Der TCAV-L bestimmt die Durchschnittstemperatur der oberen 6-8 cm des Bodens für Energiebilanz- oder Bowen-Ratio-Systeme. Darin sind 4 Thermoelemente parallel geschaltet, zusammen in einem 24 AWG-Kabel. Jedes der Thermoelemente eines Paares kann in einer anderen Tiefe eingebracht werden. Die beiden Paare können eine Distanz von bis zu 1m voneinander haben.Lesen Sie mehr
The TCAV uses type E thermocouples, which are comprised of a chromel wire and a constantan wire joined at a measurement junction. A voltage potential is generated when the measurement end of the thermocouple is at a different temperature than the reference end of the thermocouple. The magnitude of the voltage potential is related to the temperature difference. Therefore, temperature can be determined by measuring the differences in potential created at the junction of the two wires.
A reference temperature measurement is required for thermocouple measurements. The temperature sensor built into many of our dataloggers' wiring panel typically provides this measurement.
|Typical Output||60 μV/°C|
|Accuracy||Refer to the Thermocouple Measurement section in the datalogger manual.|
|Weight||0.45 kg (1 lb) with 15.24-m (50-ft) cable|
Please note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible products.
|CR6||The CR6 is compatible when used with the CDM-A108 or CDM-A116.|
One differential analog input channel per probe is required.
A reference temperature measurement is required. Options for measuring the reference temperature include:
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Yes, as long as the TCAV-L is measured using a differential measurement instruction. Be sure to connect the shield wire to analog ground.
The TCAV-L measurement range, accuracy, and resolution are a function of the data logger used to measure the TCAV-L. Refer to the appropriate data logger manual measurement section for more information.
The TCAV-L is constructed using a Type E thermocouple wire. The high-order NIST polynomials were fit over the temperature range of -270° to 1000°C. The temperature range of a TCAV-L on a data logger depends on the measurement range selected in the thermocouple measurement instruction. For example, using a CR3000 and the ±20 mV input range and a reference temperature at 20°C, the TCAV-L temperature range is -270° to 300°C. Refer to the measurement section in the appropriate data logger manual for a detailed discussion on thermocouple measurements.
The TCAV-L is a Type E thermocouple. Use a Type E (chromel –constantan) Thermocouple found in the Sensor | Temperature group.