MO300

Extech Pinless Moisture Meter

Extech Pinless Moisture Meter

Description

The Extech Pinless Moisture Meter logs moisture, relative humidity, temperature, dew point, vapor pressure, GPP, g/kg, and condensation point.

Features

  • Integrated Bluetooth Connects With Android Devices To Transmit Readings For Remote Viewing
  • Manually Stores/Recalls Up To 20 Labeled Readings Or Datalog Up To 50K Readings Using The Android App
  • Programmable High/Low Moisture/Humidity Alarms
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  • Works with free Android App to display large, easy-to-read values for: Moisture, Humidity, Temperature, Grains Per Pound (GPP)/(g/kg), Dew Point, Vapor Pressure, and condensation point, up to 30’ (10m) away
  • Quickly indicates the moisture content of multiple wood types and other building materials with Pinless technology without damaging the surface; Remote Pin-type probe allows for contact moisture readings
  • Easy to read, large dual display with automatic backlight feature and Fast Analog Bargraph
  • Pinless moisture measurement depth to 0.75" (19mm) below the surface
  • Designed with an IR circuit to measure non-contact surface temperature
  • Automatic calculation of differential Temperature (IR - DP) to determine condensation point
  • Min/Max, Data Hold, and Auto power off
Notable Specifications:
  • Pinless Moisture: 0 to 99.9 (Relative); Depth up to 0.75" (19mm)
  • Pin-Type Moisture: 0 to 99.9%
  • Max Resolution: 0.1, 0.1°F/°C
  • Humidity: 0 to 100%RH
  • Temperature (Air): -20 to 170°F (-29 to 77°C)
  • Vapor Pressure: 0 to 20.0kPA
  • Dew Point: -22 to 199°F (-30 to 100°C)
  • Mixing Ratio: 0 to 999GPP (0 to 160g/kg)
  • Field Of View: 81 Distance To Target Ratio
  • Emissivity: 0.95 fixed
What's Included:

(1) Thermometer

(1) Pin Moisture Probe

(1) 3ft Cable

(1) 9V Battery 

(1) Pouch Case

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Extech Pinless Moisture Meter MO300 Pinless Moisture Meter
$679.00
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