MO270

Extech MO270 Wireless Pin/Pinless Moisture Meter

Extech MO270 Wireless Pin/Pinless Moisture Meter

Description

The Extech Wireless Combination Pin/Pinless Moisture Meter has detachable pin/pinless sensors that transmit data to the display.

Features

  • 2 point calibration check built into protective cap
  • Pinless measurement depth to 0.75" (22mm) below the surface
  • Visual and audible high/low alarm modes
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The Extech Wireless Combination Pin/Pinless Moisture Meter features detacheable sensors that transmit data to the display that can be viewed from a remote location up to 65 feet from the measurement point. The wireless sensor affixes to the telescoping handle for measurements in ceilings or in hard to reach areas. The pinless measurements go to depths of 0.75 inches below the surface. 

 

The meter can connect to multiples sensors on individual channels. The trending mode with graphical representation of live readings is for fast scanning of large areas. It performs a 2 point calibration check built into the protective cap, which protects the pins during storage and snaps on to the side when the meter is in use. Visual and audible high/low alarms will alert users is moisture readings are extreme.

Notable Specifications:
  • Pinless range/depth: 0 to 99.9 (relative)/ 0.75" (22mm)
  • Pin range: 6.0 to 99.9%
  • Transmission frequency: 2.4GHz (pin/pinless sensor to display)
  • Transmission range: 65ft (20m) unobstructed view
  • Dimensions: 8x2.3x1.7" (203x58.4x43.2mm)
  • Weight: 7.2oz (204g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Moisture meter
  • (1) 3.7V Rechargeable battery
  • (1) Wireless moisture sensor
  • (1) External pin probe
  • (1) Telescoping handle (4ft/1.1m)
  • (1) AC adaptor
  • (1) SD card
  • (1) Carrying case
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