The Extech Energy Audit Kit helps monitor airflow, moisture levels, and provides inspection equipment to find energy loss in hard to see places.
The Extech Energy Audit Kit is specifically designed for energy and weatherization auditors. It helps monitor airlfow, moisture levels, and provides inspection equipment to find energy loss in hard to see places.
Model MO290 Pinless Moisture Psychrometer +IR to monitor moisture in wood and building materials with virtually no surface damage. A pin probe is included for contact moisture readings, and a patented InfraRed thermometer with laser pointer provides accurate and reliable readings. The built-in RH/temperature probe measures relative humidity, air temperature, grains per pound, dew point, and vapor pressure.
Model AN200 CFM/CMM Thermo-Anemometer + IR features a large backlit display of airflow or air velocity plus a built-in IR thermometer.
Model CO250 Indoor Air Quality CO2 Meter measures carbon dioxide, temperature, humidity, dew point, and wet bulb and calculates statistical 8 hour and 15 minute time weighted averages. The included data acquisition software and cable can be used to analyze data through the RS-232 interface.
Model BR200 Video Borescope/Wireless Inspection Camera features a 17mm camera with 39" waterproof flexible gooseneck and wireless 3.5" color TFT LCD monitor that can be viewed from up to 32 feet from the measurement point. A microSD memory card is included for capturing images or videos for viewing on a PC.
The kit is supplied in a rugged, heavy duty hard carrying case that provides protection and organization for the meters and accessories whenever they are needed.
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