Model 88001(*) Standard probe for stationary surfacemeasurements. Suited to molds, plates, walls, glassware, etc. 480°C (900°F) max. surface temperature.
Model 88002(*) Ideal for measuring the surface temperature of plates, walls, molds, dies and other stationary surfaces. The thermocouple is protected by two PFA guards. 250°C (480°F). max. surface temperature. Probe is not designed for long-term exposure to high temperatures.
Model 88003(*) For surface measurements of materials such as stone, iron and steel. The element is protected by metal side guards. 480°C (900°F). max. surface temperature.
Model 88011(*) Designed to measure the surface of pipes with a 13/16" diameter, with a max. surface temperature of 250°C (480°F). Probe is not designed for long-term exposure to high temperature.
Model 88012(*) Ideal for measurements of small surfaces. The probe has a 1/4" surface diameter, with a 480°C (900°F) max. surface temperature.
Model 88101(*) For measuring stationary surface temperatures, with a right-angle head for hard-to-reach inside surfaces. 480°C (900°F). max. surface temperature.
Model 88102(*) Right-angle, pencil-type surface probe, best suited to stationary surfaces. Sensing element is perpendicular to the handle 250°C (480°F) max. surface temperature.
Model 88103(*) A narrow head, allowing the probe to fit through narrow openings. 480°C (900°F). max. surface temperature.
Model 88105(*) Similar to the 88102, with the sensing element running parallel to the handle. 250°C (480°F) max. surface temperature.
Rated 5 out of
Jose V from
Quality and reliable.Very High quality, reliable surface probes, long lasting, and not hard to use.
Date published: 2023-11-06
Rated 5 out of
STEMCO Engineering from
Adequate alternativeThis is a viable option to other surface thermocouple probes
Date published: 2023-06-12
Rated 5 out of
DurableProbes hold up well and the elements are easily replacable.
Date published: 2019-04-03
Rated 4 out of
Works as expected!I bought this a month ago and it was just what our facility needed. Although, if your using a Fluke meter be ready to buy another banana plug. Because the one supplied will not work. Other that this issue looks to be a great piece of equipment.
The 88000 series thermocouple probes have miniature male connector that comes standard on all configurations. As long as the FLUKE has temperature reading capability via an external thermocouple sensor and the connection port accepts mini male connector then yes, it should be fine. Be sure to check which thermocouple calibrations the meter accepts and match to sensor when purchasing
Answered by: Application Engineer RD
Date published: 2023-01-17
How do I install the replaceable Element, PN 88016K-RE, now that mine is worn out? I unscrew the round metal covers, and is attached to the middle. I cannot see how to solder it or secure it or un-secure the old worn out Replaceable Element?
Asked by: Ward
The 88010 (along with 88106, 88107, 88108) elements are welded to the wire and cannot be replaced by the customer, thus they don’t have replacement element instructions and need to be returned to replace. Contact customer service at email@example.com to set up return.
Answered by: Applications Engineer AB
Date published: 2021-11-08
What is the accuracy of these probes?
Asked by: Tyler53
Thank you for your inquiry Tyler53. The accuracy on 88105K thermocouple is +/- 1.1°C or 0.4% whichever is greater.