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Modification of ADC circuit for Type K temperature sensor

I have made before an ADC card used for monitoring temperature and based my circuit design on several designs on the internet such as iguanalabs.com and boondog.com. The sensor that i usually used is a type j sensor like the lm35 and lm50. If i use a type k sensor do i have to modify my circuit. or do i just have to attach the sensor cable directly to the adc as i have done before.
I am making an adc card that would monitor the temperature of an oven for wafer baking. The oven should lock itself independently if the temperature reaches its predefined settings example 150 celsius then it will lock itself. If you guys can give me some advice on this it will be a very great help for me.
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