MO260

Extech Pin/Pinless Combination Moisture Meter

Extech Pin/Pinless Combination Moisture Meter

Description

The Extech Combination Pin/Pinless Moisture Meter monitors moisture in wood and other building materials with virtually no surface damage.

Features

  • Relative pinless moisture reading for non-invasive measurement
  • Electro-magnetic sensing technology
  • Built-in calibration check
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The Extech Pin/Pinless Combination Moisture Meter performs non-invasive measurements using the relative pinless moisture reading. The meter measures %WME (wood moisture equivalent) pin moisture reading, which is displayed on a digital LCD readout with backlighting feature and tri-color LED bargraph. The pinless measurement depth is to 0.75 inches below the surface. The cap protects pins during storage and can be snapped on to the side of the housing during use. 

Notable Specifications:
  • Pinless range: 0 to 99.9 (relative)
  • Pinless maximum resolution: 0.1
  • Pin range: 6.0 to 94.8% WME
  • Pin maximum resolution: 0.1%
  • Dimensions: 8x2.3x1.7" (203x58.4x43.2mm)
  • Weight: 7.2oz (204g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Meter
  • (1) 9V battery
  • (1) Set of replacement pins
  • (1) Protective cap
  • (1) Case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech Pin/Pinless Combination Moisture Meter MO260 Combination pin/pinless moisture meter
$319.99
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