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There are several considerations when selecting a temperature sensor. First, consider the type of application. What is the device to be measured? Is it ambient air temperature in a room or enclosure? An electronic component with plastic or metal packaging that may or may not have high voltages present? Or an ingot of glowing steel? Perhaps some part of an automobile engine such as an intake or exhaust port? Some of these considerations can drive the choice of sensor due to environmental and safety factors, cost budget per sensor, and distance from sensor to instrument. can handle this temperature range, and the type K is the most general purpose thermocouple for such applications.
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