Extech 4-Channel Datalogging Thermometer

Extech 4-Channel Datalogging Thermometer


The Extech 4-Channel Datalogging Thermometer consists of 6 Thermocouple types (J, K, E, T, R,S and 2-channel datalogging with RTD (Pt100Ω) probes.


  • User programmable sampling rate: 1 to 3600 seconds
  • Built-in PC interface
  • Displays [T1, T2, T3, T4] or differential [T1-T2] reading
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The Extech 4-Channel Datalogging Thermometer displays and stores temperature readings from up to four (4) Type K, J, T, E, R, or S thermocouple temperature probes and two (2) Pt100 RTD probes. The meter stores up to 99 readings manually and 20m readings via the 2G SD card. In addition, an RS232 port allows data streaming to a PC.

Notable Specifications:
  • Type J: -148 to 2192 F (-100 to 1200 C)
  • Type K: -148 to 2372 F (-100 to 1300 C)
  • Type T: -58 to 752 F (-50 to 400 C)
  • Type E: -58 to 1652 F (-50 to 900 C)
  • Type R: 32 to 3092 F (0 to 1700 C)
  • Type S: 32 to 2732 F (0 to 1500 C)
  • RTD (Pt100): -327 to 1562 F (-200 to 850 C)
  • Resolution: 0.1/1 degree
  • Types J,K,E,T,Pt100 Accuracy: +/-0.4% rdg (+1.8 F/+1 C)
  • Types R,S Accuracy: +/-0.5% rdg (+2 F/+1 C)
  • Datalogging: 20M data records using a 2G SD card
  • Dimensions: 7.2x2.9x1.9" (182x73x47.5mm)
  • Weight: 17.6oz (500g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Datalogging thermometer
  • (4) General purpose Type K bead wire temperature probes
  • (1) 2GB SD memory card
  • (6) AA batteries
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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