HD300

Extech HD300 InfraRed Thermo-Anemometer + IR Thermometer

Extech HD300 InfraRed Thermo-Anemometer + IR Thermometer

Description

The Extech CFM/CMM Thermo-Anemometer + IR Thermometer measures non-contact surface temperatures of objects unsafe or difficult to reach.

Features

  • 20 point average for air flow
  • Built-in IR thermometer
  • Integral USB port with PC software
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The Extech CFM/CMM Thermo-Anemometer + IR Thermometer measures remote surface temperatures to 932°F (500°C) with 30:1 distance to spot ratio using the laser pointer. The meter simultaneously displays air flow in CFM/CMM or air velocity plus ambient temperature. The easy to set area dimensions are stored in the meter's internal memory to be retrieved for the next power on. A USB port allows for connection to a PC using the included software for further analysis of data points.

Notable Specifications:
  • IR temperature (non-contact) range: -58 to 932ºF (-50 to 500ºC)
  • IR temperature (non-contact) accuracy: ±2%
  • ft/min range: 80 to 5900 ft/min
  • ft/min accuracy: ±3%
  • m/s range: 0.4 to 30.00 m/s
  • m/s accuracy: ±3%
  • km/h range: 1.4 to 108.0 km/h
  • km/h accuracy: ±3%
  • MPH range: 0.9 to 67.0 MPH
  • MPH accuracy: ±3%
  • knots range: 0.8 to 58.0 knots
  • knots accuracy: ±3%
  • Temperature range: 14 to 140ºF (-10 to 60ºC)
  • Temperature accuracy: ±4ºF (2ºC)
  • CFM/CMM range: 0 to 999900
  • Dimensions: 8x3x1.9” (203x75x50mm)
  • Weight: 9.8oz(280g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Thermo-anemometer
  • (1) Windows compatible software with cable
  • (1) Vane sensor on 3.9ft (120cm) cable
  • (1) Built-in stand
  • (1) Carrying case
  • (1) 9 V battery
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