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Extech Heavy Duty Hot Wire Thermo-Anemometer

Extech Heavy Duty Hot Wire Thermo-Anemometer

Description

The Extech Heavy Duty Hot Wire Thermo-Anemometer with telescoping probe is designed to fit into small openings.

Features

  • Telescoping probe extends to 7 feet
  • Measures air flow down to 40ft/min (0.2m/s0
  • Large dual LCD display
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The Extech Heavy Duty Hot Wire Thermo-Anemometer with telescoping probe is designed to fit into small openings such as HVAC ducts and other small vents. The probe extends up to 7ft (2.1 m) with cable. Air flow can be measured down to 40ft/min (0.2m/s). It can record and recall MIN, MAX, and data hold readings. These readings can be read clearly on the large 1.4" (36mm) dual LCD display.

Notable Specifications:
  • Ranges (Max Resolution)
  • ft/min: 40 to 3940 (10)
  • m/s: 0.2 to 20 (0.1)
  • km/h: 0.7 to 72 (0.1)
  • MPH: 0.5 to 45 (0.1)
  • knots: 1.0 to 31 (0.1)
  • Temperature & Windchill F/C
  • 32 to 122 F (0.1) / 0 to 50 C (0.1)
  • Basic Accuracy
  • +/- 3% rdg or +/- (1%+1d)FS
  • +/- 1.5 F (+/- 0.8 C)
  • Dimensions
  • 7x2.9x1.3" (178x74x33mm)
  • 0.5" (13mm)D
  • Weight: 17oz (482g)
  • Warranty: 3 years/CE
What's Included:
  • (1) Anemometer
  • (1) Telescoping probe with cable
  • (6) AAA batteries
  • (1) protective holster
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