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Polyimide Tape Insulated Thermocouple Wire / cable

Polyimide Tape is a high-performance insulating tape that gets fused to the conductors and jackets. This product provides excellent moisture and abrasion resistance, high dielectric strength and it retains much of its physical integrity after gamma radiation exposure. FEP is used as the adhesive agent during the fusing process. This Thermocouple Cable operates up to 260 °C (500 °F). Polyimide Tape Insulated Thermocouple Cable has a wide range of industrial uses. From composite curing in Autoclaves to the precision requirement needs of the Aerospace industry

Product Specifications

Conductors: Solid or stranded thermocouple wire per ASTM E230 & ANSI MC96.1
Insulation: Two layers of fused polyimide tape, color-coded with a polyimide coating
Construction: Parallel conductors
Jacket: Two layers of fused polyimide tape
Operating Temperature: -400 °F (-240 °C) t0 +500 °F (+260 °C) continuous
Limits of Error: Conforms to ASTM E230, IEC 584, and ANSI MC 96.1
Color Code: Conforms to ASTM E230 and ANSI MC96.1 (International Color Codes Available) *

*Note – Polyimide jackets are not color-coded

Available Options

  • Metal Overbraid
  • Galvanized Half-Oval Armor
  • Twisted/Shielded Pair
  • Small Diameter HF/D Overall Jacket (One Insulated One Bare Conductor)
  • Special Color Codes
  • Calibration Test Reports

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Polyimide Tape Insulated Thermocouple Wire / cable