EA10

Extech EasyView Dual Input Thermometer

Extech EasyView Dual Input Thermometer

Description

The Extech EasyView Dual Input Thermometer measures a wide range of temperature points.

Features

  • Records max/min readings for later recall
  • Data Hold function freezes reading on display
  • Selectable units of °F, °C, K (Kelvin)
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The Extech EasyView Dual Input Thermometer Displays [T1 plus T2] or [T1-T2 plus T1] or [T1-T2 plus T2] temperature readings. The selectable units of °F, °C,  and K offer a wide temperature range with 0.1°/1° resolution. The timer function displays elapsed time plus time when min and max readings are taken. The data hold function freezes readings on the display for further analysis, and the unit records max/min readings for later recall.

 

Model EA10 features basic type K dual input and includes an OFFSET key used for zero function to make relative measurements. Model EA15 features dual inputs that accept types J, K, E, T, R, S, and N thermocouples, and has a built-in datalogger that stores up to 8800 data sets. The RS-232 port allows data to be easily transported to a PC for analysis. The datalogger comes with Windows compatible software and cable.

Notable Specifications:

EA10

 

  • Type K range: -200 to 1999°F (-200 to 1360°C)
  • Resolution:  0.1°
  • Basic accuracy: ±0.3% (+2°F/+1°C)
  • Dimensions: 6 x 2.8 x 1.5" (152 x 72 x 37mm)
  • Weight: 8.3oz (235g)

 

EA15

 

  • Type J range: -200 to 1994°F (-150 to 1090°C)
  • Type K range: -200 to 1999.9°F (-150 to 1370°C)
  • Type T range: -200 to 752°F (-150 to 400°C)
  • Type E range: -200 to 1598°F (-150 to 870°C)
  • Type R range: 35 to 1999.9°F (2 to 1767°C)
  • Type S range: 35 to 1999.9°F (2 to 1767°C)
  • Type N range: -200 to 1999.9°F (-150 to 1300°C)
  • Resolution: 0.1°
  • Types J, K, E, T, N basic accuracy: ±0.05% rdg (+1.5°F/+0.75°C)
  • Types R, S basic accuracy: ±0.05% rdg (+4°F/+2°C) Types R,S
  • Dimensions: 6 x 2.8 x 1.5" (152 x 72 x 37mm)
  • Weight: 8.3oz (235g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Thermometer
  • (1) Built-in stand
  • (1) Protective holster
  • (2) Type K bead wire temperature probes
  • (6) AAA batteries
  • (1) Software (EA15)
  • (1) Cable (EA15)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech EasyView Dual Input Thermometer EA10 EasyView dual input thermometer
$129.99
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Extech EasyView Dual Input Thermometer EA10-NIST EasyView dual input thermometer, NIST traceable
$204.99
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Extech EasyView Dual Input Thermometer EA15 EasyView dual input thermometer + datalogger
$269.99
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Extech EasyView Dual Input Thermometer EA15-NIST EasyView dual input thermometer + datalogger, NIST traceable
$369.99
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