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A thermocouple consists of a welded 'hot' junction between two dissimilar metals - usually wires - and a reference junction at the opposite ends of the parent materials. Heating the 'hot' junction in the working environment produces a temperature gradient which generates an Electromotive Force (EMF). The EMF appears across the free ends of the thermocouple wires where it is measured and converted into units of heat calibration. Through selection of appropriate thermocouple wires and sheath components, thermocouples are suitable to be used in temperature ranges from (-200 to 2316) °C [-328 to 4200] °F.