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Extech AN25 Heat Index Anemometer

Extech AN25 Heat Index Anemometer

Description

The Extech Heat Index Anemometer is a compact indoor/outdoor meter with built-in multiparameter capabilities.

Features

  • Pen-size design conveniently fits in pockets
  • Measures up to 7 parameters
  • Wet Bulb Globe Temperature considers the effects of temperature, humidity, and direct radiant sunlight
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$129.99
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The heat index anemometer features built-in multiparameter sensors that measure air velocity, heat index, wet bulb globe temperature, humidity, ambient temperature, dew point, wet bulb, temperature, and windchill. Its pocket-sized convenience makes it easy to carry anywhere. Additional features include min/max/average functions and a data hold function.

Notable Specifications:
  • Air Velocity Range: 80 to 4920ft/min
  • Air Velocity Resolution: 0.1ft/min, 1ft/min (>1000ft/min)
  • Air Velocity Basic Accuracy: ±3% FS
  • Temperature/Windchill Range: 5 to 122°F (-15 to 50°C) 
  • Temperature/Windchill Resolution: 0.1°F/C
  • Temperature/Windchill Basic accuracy: ±2°F/1°C
  • Relative Humidity Range: 5.0 to 95.0%RH
  • Relative Humidity Resolution: 0.1%RH
  • Relative Humidity Basic Accuracy: ±3%
  • Wet Bulb Range: 5 to 122°F (-15 to 50°C)
  • Wet Bulb Resolution: 0.1°F/°C
  • Dew Point Range: -103 to 122°F (-75 to 50°C)
  • Dew Point Resolution: 0.1°F/°C
  • Heat Index Range: -31 to 401°F (-35 to 205°C)
  • Heat Index Resolution: 0.1°F/°C
  • WBGT Range: -20.2 to 130°F (-29 to 54.5°C)
  • WBGT Resolution: 0.1°F/°C
  • Dimensions/Weight: 6x1.6x0.7" (152x40x18mm) / 2.1oz (60g)

 

What's Included:
  • (1) Anemometer
  • (1) Battery
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech AN25 Heat Index Anemometer AN25 Compact indoor/outdoor heat index anemometer
$129.99
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