Extech EA11A EasyView Type K Single Input Thermometer

The Extech EasyView Type K Single Input Thermometer simultaneoulsy displays current temperature and manually stores and recalls up to 150 readings.

Features

  • Data hold function freezes reading on display
  • Wide temperature range with 0.1/1 resolution
  • Records max/min/avg readings for later recall
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Extech EA11A EasyView Type K Single Input Thermometer
EA11A
EasyView Type K single input thermometer
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$109.99
Extech EA11A EasyView Type K Single Input Thermometer
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EasyView Type K single input thermometer, NIST traceable
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$219.99
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The Extech EasyView Type K Single Input Thermometer features a large dual LCD display that simultaneously displays current temperature and max/min/avg readings. The thermometer manually stores and recalls up to 150 readings for further analysis. The data hold function freezes readings on display, and the offset key is used for zero function to make relative measurements. 

  • Range: -58 to 1999°F (-50 to 1300°C)
  • Accuracy: ±(0.3%rdg +2°F); ±(0.3%rdg +1°C)
  • Resolution: 0.1°/1°
  • Memory: manual store/recall up to 150 readings
  • Dimensions: 5.9x2.8x1.3" (150x72x35mm)
  • Weight: 8.3oz (235g)
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • (1) Thermometer
  • (1) Built-in stand
  • (1) Protective holster
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  • (6) AAA batteries
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