I don't see how my response is rude, as I have given a valid answer to his problem, as it goes for your little specification it is irrellvant due to the fact you have not looked at the IEEE standard but rather at a poor chart supplied from a suppiler. Secondly there is no reason such a probe can not be mapped out(stored in EEprom) over the entire range and calbrated to correct such errors out! As for experience over 20 years in the industry designing PCB/firmware and can run rings around a person like you because you believe in limitations and not what is acheivable to thinking beyond your limited imagination (now that is being rude ) people like you always say it is not possible or you are wrong because you are slow to understand or just too stupid. (regards Mr NOT KNOW IT ALL aka Lefty)
Leftyretro said:Well your response to my posting borders on being a little rude as well as pretty uninformed. You most likely don't have much real world experience with TCs. I've worked with them for 30 years. Attached is excerpt from Omega Engineering, a leading supplier of TC sensors, cable and supporting equipment. Their site has tons of free publication information that can maybe help better educate you on the subject.