Digital 1 k-type Thermocouple Thermometer DM6801
- Ships within 24 hours and will arrive anywhere in the US in 2-4 days.
- 0.60 LBS
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This is a brand new, high quality thermometer for contact temperature measurements. It has one input for K-type thermocouples and can display the temperature in 0.1° steps.
It can be used in HVAC trade to check air conditioners, heaters or furnaces with high precision.
It is also great for science projects and whenever you need a precise measurement of temperatures.
It comes with one 3 ft (1 m) temperature probe, this has a glass fiber insulation and works up to about 500°F (260°C) , but any other K-type probe with miniature thermocouple connector can be used. To use the thermometer for temperatures above 500 degree F you would need a special thermocouple with a ceramic insulation (not included).
LCD display: 3 1/2 digits
Easy switch between °F and °C
- Temperature Range: -50.0 to 1999.0 °F (-50.0 to 1300.0 °C)
- Resolution: 0.1°F or °C
- Accuracy: 2.2° or 0.75%
- Battery: 9V (included!)
Dimensions: 5" x 3.8" x 1.3" (130 x 95 x 28 mm)
Weight: 8 oz (240 g)
English manual, 1 probe and battery are included!
A very impressive device! Read very quickly, display is HUGE and a bargain price. Would highly recommend to anybody.
Great product. Great price!
After trying a K-type thermometer carried by my fireplace dealer, I was pleased to find a unit with instructions in English (the first one had a warning label on the box that said, "Read manual before using!" and a manaul in Chinese. I like the protective case, unlike many, it is easy to remove and replace. The default C reading is no problem. My only frustration was the battery died within a few days of use. Either it was weak to begin with or I left it on too many hours. If the device pulls a lot of energy, it would have been nice if the manual advised intermittent use only ( I don't think it did), which is what I am now doing.