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 How much voltage does a thermocouple generate?

Answer A thermocouple is a pair of dissimilar metal wires joined at one end. When the junctions of each wire are at different temperatures, it generates an electric potential (voltage) between the open pa... Read More »
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At what voltage is the sign high voltage required?

According to the published standard 1926.405(b)(3)(ii) set by the Occupational Safety & Health Agency, if voltage for wiring or equipment is 600 volts or greater, you should put a prominent, perman... Read More »
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Can you run an AC voltage light bulb on DC voltage?

Light bulbs, rated in volts and watts, work on either AC or DC. But the DC voltage source needs to put out enough voltage to operate the light bulb. Most light bulbs for AC work on 110 volts.Source... Read More »
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What is a thermocouple?

A thermocouple is a temperature sensor, or more precisely measures temperature differences between two locations. Because it uses only wire in the sensing, it can be useful for measuring extreme ho... Read More »
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What does a thermocouple do?

A thermocouple, which is made from two wires each made of a different metal, measures temperature by reading the voltage between the two wires. A formula allows for the conversion from volts to deg... Read More »
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