Compliance Thermocouples

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Thermocouples are sensors that are used to measure temperature. They are made from two different metals that were joined together to form two junctions. One junction is the reference junction because it is connected to a known temperature. The other measures an unknown temperature using the reference junction. When two different metals are put together and one end is heated, there is a continuous current that flows.
Compliance testing is used to determine whether a product or process meets a set of specific standards. Compliance testing is commonly performed in the electronics industry as products need to comply with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) standards or ANSI or IEC. To ensure that these standards are met, compliance thermocouples are used.
Compliance Thermocouples to Meet All Industry Standards
When it comes to the compliance testing industry and thermocouples, Pacific Test and Measurement is your sole source for compliance testing thermocouples. Pacific Test and Measurement is the leading provider of compliance testing thermocouples for all governing bodies that regulate electrical products for the consumer marketplace. 
  • Color-coded to tell the difference between types
  • A variety of in-stock standard lengths
  • ISO 17025 LOT certification available
  • Build your own customized thermocouples available in our Part Builder Site
Let the experts at Pacific Test and Measurement help you with your thermocouple needs. Looking for a cost-effective way to manage your thermocouple usage? Pacific Test and Measurement can help!
  • Design a program to streamline usage
  • Large quantities needed? No problem!
  • Build new thermocouples, including Type J, K, T, and E thermocouples, to your specification
  • Ensure thermocouple stock is available for critical testing times
  • Spread costs over a 12 month period
  • Flexibility to push and pull quantities as needed
  • ISO 17025 Lot calibration provided upon request
  • Proudly made in the USA



Contact us today to learn more about our compliance thermocouples, or request a quote.