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SparkChaser
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Re: Replacement temp probe for muti-meter

Is that an Extech? I thing they have type K therm0couples

I don't have one



Subaru
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It's from harbor freight but I see it's a clone of a few that look the same.. I was just going to say looking at the meter here I could get the fluke adapter that can use a K-type thermocouple assuming the spacing is the same and all.

This one has seen better days... I guess the last time it got up to 1,600F was it's last time it still kinda works but in free air it will sometimes go like -125 F or 100F, I needed it to check how hot the water is (showing 136F)

The one I have

»www.harborfreight.com/5-in-1-dig···674.html
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From the manual:

quote:
Plug the red end of the �€˜K type thermocouple into the
TEMP jack and black end into the COM jack. Touch
the surface of the object or area with the temperature
sensor for measurement.
Normally TC connectors have special construction specific to the type of thermocouple. But a lot of the Chinese meters use banana plugs, I assume the cold compensation is physically connected to the input jacks.

Lots of them on ebay:
»www.ebay.com/itm/K-Type-Thermoco···04eecf9c

/tom