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Extech 365515 Stopwatch/Clock with Backlit Display

Extech 365515 Stopwatch/Clock with Backlit Display

Description

The Extech Stopwatch/Clock with Backlit Display is the perfect instrument for viewing in low light areas or at night.

Features

  • Large backlit display is perfect for viewing in low light areas or at night
  • Up to 1/100th second resolution for 30 minutes
  • Alarm can be programmed with an hourly chime setting
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The Extech Backlit Stopwatch/Clock works well in dimly lit areas. The backlight is great and turns off after four seconds to preserve battery life. It features a 12 or 24 hour clock operation, calendar that displays day, month, & date, and a programmable alarm with an hourly chime. The stopwatch/chronograph mode has a 1/100 second resolution for 30 minutes and an accuracy of 3 seconds per day. The water resistant housing comes complete with an LR44 battery and 39" (1m) neckstrap.

Notable Specifications:
  • Timing capacity: 23hrs, 59mins, & 59.99secs
  • Accuracy: +/-3 seconds/day
  • Resolution: 1/100th second for 30 minutes, 1 second up to 24 hours
  • Dimensions: 2.3"x2.8"x0.5" (57x70x15mm)
  • Weight: 2oz (50g)
  • Warranty: 1 year
What's Included:
  • (1) Stopwatch/clock
  • (1) 39" (1m) neckstrap
  • (1) LR44 battery
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech 365515 Stopwatch/Clock with Backlit Display 365515 Stopwatch & clock with backlit display
$25.99
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Extech 365515 Stopwatch/Clock with Backlit Display 365515-NIST Stopwatch & clock with backlit display, NIST traceable
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