Extech MO290 Psychrometer with IR Thermometer

The Extech Pinless Moisture Psychrometer with Built-In InfraRed Thermometer quickly indicates the moisture content of materials using the pinless moisture sensor.

Features

  • Works on multiple wood types and other building materials
  • Simultaneously displays % moisture and airtemperature, IR temperature, or humidity
  • Designed with an IR circuit to measure non-contact surface temperature
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Extech MO290 Psychrometer with IR ThermometerMO290 Pinless moisture psychrometer with built-in IR thermometer
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The Extech Pinless Moisture Psychrometer + IR Thermometer monitors moisture in wood and other building materials with virtually no surface damage using the pinless moisture sensor. The 8-in-1 meter simultaneously displays moisture value of wood or materials being tested, air temperature, IR temperature, and humidity, and works on multiple wood types. It is designed with an IR circuit to measure non-contact surface temperature; 8:1distance to spot ratio with 0.95 fixed emissivity. The built-in humidity/temperature probe measures relative humidity, air temperature plus grains per pound, dew point, vapor pressure, and condensation point. 

  • Sensor type: non-penetrating
  • Pinless moisture: 0 to 99.9 (Relative)
  • Pinless depth: Up to 0.75" (19mm)
  • Pin-type moisture (probe included): 0 to 99.9%
  • Maximum resolution: 0.1, 0.1°F/°C
  • Humidity: 0 to 100%
  • Air temperature: -20 to 170°F (-29 to 77°C)
  • IR temperature: -4 to 392 F (-20 to 200 C)
  • Vapor pressure: 0 to 20.0kPA
  • Dew point: -22 to 199°F (-30 to 100°C)
  • Mixing ratio: 0 to 999GPP (0 to 160g/kg)
  • Field of view: 8:1 distance to target ratio
  • Emissivity: 0.95 fixed
  • Dimensions: 6.5x2.8x1.5 (165x70x38)
  • Weight: 7.4oz (210g)
  • (1) Meter
  • (1) Pin moisture probe with cable
  • (1) 9V battery
  • (1) Case
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