Reading temperatures up to 2400 degrees

I'm looking for a way to interface the Arduino to a 2400 degree thermocouple. I know there are interface boards that go up to 1000 degrees. Would anyone have information on a board that would interface the above mentioned probe?

Thank you

John

What type of thermocouple (J, K)? 2400 degrees F or C?

groundfungus:
What type of thermocouple (J, K)? 2400 degrees F or C?

or Kelvin?

Regarding the temperature I am pretty sure it is 2400°F. Kelvin or Celsius would be very extreme and even 2400°F is very high. It might be a thermocouple type K, but I think a type R or S is more likely. But it doesn't matter. All thermocouples read out the same way. The only thing that differs is the table or formula for the thermoelectric voltage.

2400F == 1315C ==1588K
2400C == 4352F == 2673K

quite some fast bbq :wink:

Yup, will get a good sear going to hold the juices in!

But it doesn't matter. All thermocouples read out the same way.

Unfortunately, it does matter, a lot in some situations. https://www.digikey.com/en/articles/techzone/2013/apr/choosing-an-amplifierconditioning-circuit-to-interface-with-thermocouples