NOTE 2—At a given temperature that is expressed in °C, the tolerance expressed in °F is 1.8 times larger than the tolerance expressed in °C. Where tolerances are given in percent, the percentage applies to the temperature being measured when expressed in degrees Celsius. To determine the tolerance in degrees Fahrenheit, multiply the tolerance in degrees Celsius by 9/5.
Does this mean that Standard Tolerance for a K T/C in °C is +/-.75% (per chart) and for °F is +/-1.35%?
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