Extech Combination Pin/Pinless Moisture Meter with Remote Pin Probe

The Extech Combinations Pin/Pinless Moisture Meter performs non-invasive or contact moisture measurements.

Features

  • Quickly indicates the moisture content of materials
  • Electro-magnetic sensing technology
  • Built-in calibration check
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Extech Combination Pin/Pinless Moisture Meter with Remote Pin ProbeMO265 Combination pin/pinless moisture meter with remote pin probe
$406.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Extech Combination Pin/Pinless Moisture Meter with Remote Pin Probe
MO265
Combination pin/pinless moisture meter with remote pin probe
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$406.99

The Extech Combination Pin/Pinless Moisture Meter provides the choice of measuring moisture in wood and other building materials with pinless technology creating virtually no surface damage, or by using traditional pin type measurement directly from the meter or through a remote pin probe. The meter quickly indicates and displays moisture readings through a digital LCD readout with backlighting feature and tri-color LED bargraph. The pinless measurement depth is to 0.75 inches below the surface using electro-magnetic sensing technology. The electrode pins are replaceable, and a cap protects the pins during storage and can be snapped on to the side of the housing during use. 

  • Display: backlit LCD digital display and tri-color LED bargraph scale
  • Resolution: 0.1%
  • Accuracy: pin mode +/-(5% rdg + 5 digits); pinless is a relative reading only
  • Measurement principle: electrical resistance (pins); electromagnetic sensor (pinless)
  • Range: 6.0 to 94.8 %WME (pins); 0.0 to 99.9 %relative (pinless)
  • Electrode pin length: 11mm (0.44")
  • Electrode pin type: integrated, replaceable
  • Power supply: 9V alkaline battery
  • Low  battery Indication: battery symbol displayed on LCD
  • Meter housing: impact-proof plastic
  • Operating temperature: 0 to 50 C (32 to 122 F)
  • Operating humidity: 80% relative humidity maximum
  • Dimensions: 203x58x43mm (8x2.3x1.7"); not including remote probe
  • Weight: 204g (7.2 oz); not including remote probe
  • (1) Meter
  • (1) Remote pin probe
  • (20) Replacement pins
  • (1) Protective cap
  • (1) 9V battery
  • (1) Soft pouch case
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