The Extech Thermal Imaging Technician's Kit is a complete solution for the restoration contractor.
The Extech Thermal Imaging Technician's Kit includes a thermal imagin camera that quickly locates areas of moisture in building materials. The pin and pinless meters are used to better diagnose the amount of moisture content. The thermal hygro-thermometer provides fast and accurate readings of ambient room conditions and GPP calculations. The kit is supplied in a rugged heavy duty hard carrying casethat provides protection and organization for themeters and accessories whenever they are needed. It contains:
Model FLIR i7 compact IR camera for high quality images, focus free viewing, and 5000 image storage on an SD card. Model MO280 pinless moisture meter measures depths to 0.75 inches below the surface with 10 user selectable wood types. Model MO220 wood moisture meter can take measurements using the integral pin electrodes or a heavy duty remote probe. The memory contains 8 wood groups with calibrations for approximately 170 species of wood. Model RH490 precision hygro-thermometer meaures temperature, humidity, dew point, wet bulb, absolute humidity, and GPP. Model RTH10 humidity/temperature USB datalogger has user-programmable sampling rates and alarm thresholds, and logs 16,000 relative humidity and 16,000 temperature readings.
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