EX-1

Clipper Exhaust Temperature Monitor And Alarm

Clipper Exhaust Temperature Monitor And Alarm

Description

The Clipper Exhaust Temperature Monitor And Alarm continually displays the exhaust gas temperature in wet exhaust systems giving advanced warning of potential problems.

Features

  • Measures The Exhaust Gas Temperature Directly And Displays It In Degrees Centigrade Or Fahrenheit
  • Supply Current Less Than 1.5mA
  • Supply Voltage 8 To 15 Volts DC
List Price
$199.00
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$197.33
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Details

Once the normal working temperature has been established a maximum temperature, a few degrees higher, can be programmed into the EX-1 which will then sound an alarm if that temperature is exceeded.Even a small rise in temperature can indicate a potential problem such as a minor blockage, leak or failing pump which can be corrected before a complete failure occurs.

Technical Specifications

  • Compact size 125 x 62 x 23mm with high contrast LCD
  • Supplied with sensor and 5M cable
  • Temperature range -35 to +170° Centigrade
  • Threshold range -35 to +170° Centigrade.( -31 to +338° Fahrenheit.)
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Clipper Exhaust Temperature Monitor And Alarm EX-1 Exhaust Temperature Monitor And Alarm
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