|K type Thermocouple Wire|
This product is perfect choice for extending CHT or EGT thermocouple circuits. It will survive the high temperature environment being near engines hot cylinders. When I received this wire, it is indeed very small and I mistook it to be a single strand, not two. My wifes better eyes carefully examined the starnd and there are infact two wires there. It helps to peel back the outer sheath to see them. This is a great product!
This is solid type K wire which is fine for applications where there is no flex. JPI yellow-jacket wire is stranded and has heavier outer insulation for firewall forward I would use that stuff for both reasons. For a long run to an OAT probe tucked away somewhere this wire will work fine.
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This a 2 conductor solid core 24 gauge wire.
It could be considered both technically. It is thermocouple grade wire. It is just the wire itself, not a probe. This wire could be used as an extension or a lead.
This wire is an outer jacket with two solid core insulated wires inside.
The insulation is neoflon.
Yes, red and yellow.
Typically the manufacturer provides splices to connect the thermocouple. If none are provided, you can use part # 320559.
We have PART # 15-05240, it is sold per foot.