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Extech TM100 Type K/J Single Input Thermometer

Extech TM100 Type K/J Single Input Thermometer

Description

The Extech Type K/J Single Input Thermometer includes a Type K bead wire temperature probe for high temperature measurements.

Features

  • Wide temperature range with 0.1°/1° resolution
  • Readout in °F, °C, or K (Kelvin)
  • Data hold function freezes reading on display
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The Extech Type K/J Single Input Thermometer features a large backling LCD displays with °F, °C, or K (Kelvin) readout. The thermometer performs high temperatue measurements and freezes the readings on the display using the data hold function. The offset key is used for zero function to make relative measurements. Other functions include max/min/avg readings with relative time stamp, and automatic power off with disable.

 

Optional accessories include the type K bead wire temperature probe that measures -58 to 1000°F (-50 to 538°C) with subminiature connector, and the type K pipe clamp temperature probe for hands-free superheat/sub-cooling temperature measurement from -4°F to 200°F (-20°C to 93°C).

Notable Specifications:
  • Temperature (type K): -328 to 2501°F (-200 to 1372°C)
  • Temperature (type J): -346 to 2012°F (-210 to 1100°C)
  • Basic accuracy: +/-(0.15% rdg + 1 C)
  • Resolution: 0.1°/1°
  • Dimensions: 8.7x2.5x1.1" (220x63x28mm)
  • Weight: 7oz (200g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Thermometer
  • (1) Type K bead wire temperature probe
  • (1) 9V battery
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