YOUNG Temp Trackers

The YOUNG 46203 Temp Tracker is a versatile temperature and relative humidity indicator designed for use with 41342 and 41382 sensors.

Features

  • Fully-programmable alarms for both channels
  • Calibrated voltage outputs for connection to recording devices
  • RS-485 output for interfacing with serial devices
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YOUNG Temp Trackers46203 Temp Tracker temperature/RH display, 100-240VAC, 50-60Hz
$828.00
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YOUNG Rack Mounting Panel 06280 Rack mounting panel, single
$198.00
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RM Young 41382LC Temperature/RH Sensor 41382LC2 Relative humidity & temperature probe, degrees Celsius, 4-20 mA
$840.00
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RM Young 41342LC Temperature Sensor 41342LC Platinum temperature probe, degrees Celsius, 4-20 mA
$472.00
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RM Young 41342LF Temperature Sensor 41342LF Platinum temperature probe, degrees Fahrenheit, 4-20 mA
$472.00
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RM Young 41382LF Temperature/RH Sensor 41382LF2 Relative humidity & temperature probe, degrees Fahrenheit, 4-20 mA
$840.00
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YOUNG Radiation Shields 41003 Radiation shield, includes universal adapter for sensors up to 16mm diameter
$146.00
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YOUNG Radiation Shields 41003P-24 Radiation shield, includes 24mm adapter
$146.00
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RM Young Cables 18723 Sensor cable, 2 pair shielded, 22 AWG, per ft.
$0.80
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The RM Young 46203 Temp Tracker is a versatile temperature and relative humidity indicator designed for use with 41342L and 41382L sensors. Measured values are displayed on the front panel in large illuminated digits. Temperature is shown on the left and relative humidity or dewpoint is shown on the right. Maximum and minimum values are stored internally and can be viewed at any time.

The Temp Tracker includes fully-programmable alarms for both channels, calibrated voltage outputs for connection to recording devices, and RS-485 output for interfacing with serial devices. Input for the Temp Tracker is supplied by Model 41342L Temperature Sensor or 41382L Temperature & Relative Humidity Sensor, which provides a convenient 4-20mA current loop signal for each channel.

The RM Young 46203 is supplied with an adjustable bracket for wall or bench mounting. With the bracket removed, the housing is sized to fit standard DIN panel configurations. The low profile design is easily installed on bulkheads or wall surfaces. DC power allows the Temp Tracker to be powered by external batteries or AC wall adapter (included).
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