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Old 05-04-2005, 03:22 PM   #1
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Default Like O2 sensors, do EGT sensors have a standard?

If I wanted to hook up an EGT gauge I bought for a meter, will its sensor work on another device? What do I have to know about the sensor, the gauge and the other device to determine this? What are standard voltage ranges for EGT sensors if any?

I think the EGT probe to the gauge has 2 wires, power+ and the return would be the reading?

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[edit] btw the gauge reads from 200C to 1200C (about 400F to 2200F) [/edit]
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Old 05-04-2005, 03:58 PM   #2
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K type thermocouples IIRC all behave the same. Don't quote me on that tho...
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Type K thermocouples. Read about at: http://www.omega.com/thermocouples.html
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