HT200

Extech Heat Stress WBGT Meter

Extech Heat Stress WBGT Meter

Description

The Extech Heat Stress WBGT Meter accurately determines the Heat Stress Level by factoring a combination of humidity, temperature, air movement, and direct solar radiation.

Features

  • Heat Stress Index Measures How Hot It Feels When Humidity Is Combined With Temperature, Air Movement, And Radiant Heat
  • Black Globe Temperature (TG) Monitors The Effects Of Direct Solar Radiation On An Exposed Surface
  • In/Out Function Displays The WBGT Value With Or Without Direct Sun Exposure
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These factors all affect how hot our bodies get, as well as our ability to cool down. It’s perfect for monitoring the Heat Index on hot humid days to prevent heat stroke during road or building construction, outdoor activities, sporting events, or in the workplace

Features:

  • Uses a capacitance sensor to accurately measure Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT), Black Globe Temperature (TG), Relative Humidity (%RH), Air Temperature (TA), Wet Bulb (WT) and Dew Point (DEW)
  • WBGT high/low alarm settings
  • Memory stores up to 50 readings
  • Backlit LCD
  • Min/Max and Data Hold
  • Low battery indicator
  • Auto power off with disable
Notable Specifications:
  • WBGT - Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (w/o sunlight): 32 to 138°F / 0 to 59°C
  • WBGT - Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (w/sunlight): 32 to 132°F / 0 to 56°C
  • TG - Black Globe Temperature: 32 to 176°F / 0 to 80°C
  • TA - Air Temperature: 32 to 122ºF / 0 to 50ºC
  • Relative Humidity: 1 to 99%RH
  • Dew Point: -31.5 to 120.1°F / -35.3 to 48.9°C
  • Wet Bulb: -6.9 to 122°F / -21.6 to 50°C
  • Dimensions: Meter: 11.8 x 2.8 x 2" (300 x 70 x 50mm)
What's Included:

(1) Heat Stress Meter

(1) 9V Battery

(1) Hard Carrying Case

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Extech Heat Stress WBGT Meter HT200 Heat Stress WBGT Meter
$399.99
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