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Extech Compact Hygro-Thermo-Anemometers

Extech Compact Hygro-Thermo-Anemometers

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The Extech Compact Hygro-Anemometer is an environmental instrument that measures multiple indoor and outdoor conditions.

Features

  • Field replaceable low friction vane wheel improves air velocity accuracy
  • Built-in sensors measure 11 environmental conditions
  • Data Hold ‘freezes’ displayed reading
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This 11-in-1 professional measuring instrument provides multiple functions to measure environmental parameters in indoor and outdoor settings. Measurement capabilities include air velocity, air flow, wind chill, humidity, dew point, wet bulb, heat index, light, temperature, barometric pressure, and altitude. The anemometer uses a low-friction ball bearing mounted wheel designed for high accuracy. A built-in microprocessor circuit assures excellent performance. The humidity meter uses a high precision humidity sensor for a fast response time.

 

Concise and compact button arrangement simplifies operation, where five air velocity measurement units can be selected by a front panel button. The backlit LCD dual display simultaneously shows relative humidity and temperature or air velocity and temperature measurements. The field replaceable low friction vane wheel improves air velocity accuracy.

What's Included:
  • (1) Meter
  • (1) Wrist strap
  • (1) CR2032 battery
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