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Extech 392050 Penetration Stem Dial Thermometer

Extech 392050 Penetration Stem Dial Thermometer

Description

The Extech  Penetration Stem Dial Thermometer is used in liquids, semi-solids, and solids.

Features

  • Penetration stem thermometer with 5" stainless steel probe
  • Temperature range of -58 to 302F (-50 to 150C)
  • On/off switch & auto power off feature designed to save battery life
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The Extech Penetration Stem Dial Thermometer is used for readings in liquids, semi-solids, and solids. The 5" (130mm) probe is capable of measuring temperatures from -58 to 302F (-50 to 150C). Accuracy is +/-2F/1C while the resolution is 0.1/1 degree. Includes two switches on either side of the display which turn the display on/off and switch it from Fahrenheit to Celsius. The on/off switch preserves battery life and the unit will auto power off after 1 hour.

Notable Specifications:
  • Temperature range: -58 to 302F (-50 to 150C)
  • Basic accuracy: +/-2F/1C
  • Resolution: 0.1 degrees for up to 199.9, 1 degree over 200
  • Dimensions: 5" (130mm) stainless steel probe with 2" (54mm) dial
  • Weight: 1oz (29g), 1.3oz (30g) with protective sheath
  • Warranty: 1 year
What's Included:
  • (1) Thermometer
  • (1) 1.5 V battery (LR44)
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Extech 392050 Penetration Stem Dial Thermometer 392050 Penetration stem dial thermometer
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