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The words sensor and thermocouple are somewhat generic. A sensor is a device that measures a physical property and responds to it. A thermocouple is a sensor and can be used to measure pressure (vacuum) or temperature. We typically call the vacuum measuring device a vacuum thermocouple gauge and the temperature measuring device a thermocouple.