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Extech Big Digit Hygro-Thermometer

Extech Big Digit Hygro-Thermometer

Description

The Extech Big Digit Hygro-Thermometer includes a remote probe for more flexibility.

Features

  • Max/min reset function
  • Rear calibration ajustment pot
  • Probe extends to 18" with cable
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$55.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

The Extech Big Digit Remote Probe Hygro-Thermometer features a seperate probe that simply clips on to the meter or extends to 18 inches via cable. The max/min function with the option to reset and the rear calibration adjustment pot make it a versatile tool.

Notable Specifications:
  • Remote sensor: Yes, 18" cable
  • Relative humidity range: 10 to 99%
  • Basic RH accuracy: +/-4%
  • Temperature (indoor) range: 14 to 140F (-10 to 60C)
  • Basic temperature (indoor) accuracy: +/-1.8F/1C
  • Dimensions: 4.3"x3.9"x0.78" (109x99x20mm)
  • Weight: 6oz (169g)
  • CE: Yes
  • Warranty: 1 year
What's Included:
  • (1) Hygro-thermometer
  • (1) Built-in stand
  • (1) Wall mount bracket
  • (1) Sensor
  • (1) AAA battery
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Extech Big Digit Hygro-Thermometer 445715 Big digit remote probe hygro-thermometer
$55.99
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Extech Big Digit Hygro-Thermometer 445715-NISTL Big digit remote probe hygro-thermometer, NISTL traceable
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Extech Big Digit Hygro-Thermometer 445715-NIST Big digit remote probe hygro-thermometer, NIST traceable
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Extech RH300-CAL Calibration Kit RH300-CAL Calibration kit for 445715 & 445815
$59.99
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