Lapp Extension- and compensating cables, paired

The Lapp Extension and Compensating Cables (Paired) are PVC, silicone, FEP or glass fibre-insulated.

This has many applications, including

  • Allows temperature measurement even in places where non-contact temperature measurement is not possible or reasonable
  • The thermocouple is used to measure temperature as a part of monitoring the manufacturing process, thus the sheath material should be selected with reference to the maximum ambient temperature at its junction.

Lapp Extension and Compensating Cables (Paired) Benefits and Features

  • Conductor materials (alloys): Fe/CuNi (LX, JX) Conductor alloys are identical to thermocouple alloys
  • NiCr/Ni (K, KX, KCA) K and KX version - conductor alloys are identical to thermocouple alloys KCA version: compensating alloys (for KCA: Fe/CuNi), not identical to thermocouple alloys
  • PtRh/Pt (RCB, SCB) Compensating alloys (for RCB, SCB: Cu/ CuNi) are not identical to thermocouple alloys
  • For more detailed information, see appendix T8 and data sheets

Technical Data

Classification ETIM 5 / 6

ETIM 5.0/6.0 Class-ID: EC000838

ETIM 5.0/6.0 Class-Description: Thermocouple cable

Based on

Limiting deviation in accordance with DIN and IEC in accordance with class 2

Conductor Stranding

1.5 mm²: approx. 48 x 0.20 mm

0.75 mm²: approx. 24 x 0.20 mm

0.5 mm²: approx. 16 x 0.20 mm

0.22 mm²: approx. 7 x 0.20 mm

Minimum Bending Radius

Without metal braiding: 12 x cable diameter

With metal braiding: 15 x cable diameter

Temperature Range

(referring to insulation and sheath material)

PVC: -5°C to +80°C

Silicone: -25°C to +180°C

Glass fibre: -25°C to +200°C

FEP: -100°C to +205°C

E-Glass: -25°C to +400°C

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