Can be connected to PC to get printout of Temperature with Date, Time, Dip Station (Furnace)
1000 readings can be stored in memory
4 digits, 7 segment LED's Height - 0.6"
Operating Temperature: 0º C to 50º C
Cabinet: Dust proof
Radio Range: 50 meters (option remote display unit)
Dimensions: 63 "x 24" x 10 "(1544mm, 588, 245mm) (L x W x H)
Range: 540 oC - 1750 oC with sensor type S (option sensor tip is consumable not include)
Overall system accuracy of ± 3°C
Power Suppy: 4Ni/Cd Battery
Response time: 3-5 seconds
Housing: Dust poor Aluminium
Option Tip not include
Option Sensor Tip
Type B (Platinum / Rhodium)
Suited for high temperature measurements up to 1800°C. Unusually type B thermocouples (due to the shape of their temperature / voltage curve) give the same output at 0°C and 42°C. This makes them useless below 50°C.
Type K (Chromel / Alumel)
Type K is the 'general purpose' thermocouple. It is low cost and, owing to its popularity, it is available in a wide variety of probes. Thermocouples are available in the -200°C to +1300°C range. Sensitivity is approx 41uV/°C. Use type K unless you have a good reason not to.
Type R (Platinum / Rhodium)
Suited for high temperature measurements up to 1720°C. Low sensitivity (10uV/°C) and high cost makes them unsuitable for general purpose use.
Type S (Platinum / Rhodium)
Suited for high temperature measurements up to 1720°C. Low sensitivity (10uV/vC) and high cost makes them unsuitable for general purpose use. Due to its high stability type S is used as the standard of calibration for the melting point of gold (1064.43°C).