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Old 11-23-2012, 02:23 AM
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Default Kingpincooling(R) Extreme Thermocouple Type K probes now available!

We have finally started to produce our own in house Extreme line of temp probes for you guys! No doubt these are the most accurate and durable probes available today check it out..

Kingpincooling(R) Extreme Thermocouple Type K probes

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No doubt, almost every extreme overclocker has had difficulty with accurate temperature readings when going down to cryogen-range temperatures, especially for full-pot benching. While some might think that 10c would not make a difference in results, die-hard overclockers know that 10c can cost you a record and /or 100-200MHz. Most modern CPUs like 3770K or AMD FX line are capable to go to the maximum Ln2 temperatures. Incorrect/generic thermocouple probes designed for common -50C - 1260C range are not very good for temperatures outside that range, because the vendor is not bothering with matching the materials used in the manufacturing process and binning. As a result your thermometer can read anything from -160C to -210C even when you have -196C LN2 temp.So as a solution we have prepared our own KPC in house made probes, with matched performance to KPC containers. Only the best grade wire with professional connectors are used for this new line of thermocouples. Probes are using twisted 20AWG gauge wire from Watlow. It's standard ANSI Type K, with kapton insulation and shielding wire. Wires have guaranteed tolerance from +-0.5C or 0.4% for a wide -200C to 1200 C range. Even when outside of that range, this probe is still functional and can be as accurate as within 2C.
Have you had probes easily damaged, which then required the insulation to be removed for probe replacement? Forget about this with KPC extreme Thermoucouple, 20AWG is not easy to break. Wire is welded by high-energy explosion on very tip, ensuring a robust metal joint. Having only thermocouple metals in the welded joint is essential for accuracy and reliability. lso connection to temperature meter is important. Contacts must use same Chromel/Alumel matched metals, to avoid effects of a parasitic thermocouples on signal path. By using OMEGA Industrial SMPW-K-M Miniature connectors, we can ensure this with confidence. Connector is modular and can be disconnected from probe if needed with just a screwdriver. Silicone grommets prevent moisture and dust from reaching contacts.
All probes are pre-binned, and guaranteed to measure accurate temperature at LN2 range within 1C. This is done by using reference high-precision Keithley 2001 system meter with 7.5 digit resolution. We also check and verify performance with the most regularly and widely used thermometers, like Fluke 51 II or 52 II.
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Old 11-23-2012, 08:41 AM
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That;s the staff Great job! Next time I will buy them for sure
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Old 11-23-2012, 01:23 PM
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Black Friday on sale?
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nice
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nice addition to your product line!
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Nice. I think I'm gonna need a few.
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it looks very thick
would be much more interesting if it was AVG 30 or more
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it looks very thick
would be much more interesting if it was AVG 30 or more
I believe the point of using a heavier gauge wire was the increase the strength as well as the conductance of the true temperature. 30 AVG wires are easier to break and don't carry the signal as well.
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Old 11-27-2012, 05:21 AM
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the signal is not at problem

I have never tried to break one of my temp probes

they always break inside the connector

and it is easy to repair

and it is only the cheap that breaks

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