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Flip-Open Pocket Thermometer, -58 to 572F
- Item # 3KGL8
- Mfr. Model # 4372
- UNSPSC # 41112213
- Catalog Page # 837
- Shipping Weight 0.21 lbs.
- ItemFlip-Open Pocket Thermometer
- Temp. Range (F)-50 Degrees to 300 Degrees
- Temp. Range (C)-58 Degrees to 572 Degrees
- Accuracy+/-0.3 Degrees C at Tested Points
- Battery TypeAAA
- Resolution0.1 Degree from 20 to 200
- Display3/4" LCD Display
- Calibration CertificateNIST
- IncludesTraceable(R) Certification
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This device comes with an NIST certificate that is good for a year. There is no external calibration device available for it, but it is generally suggested that you send into a local lab or back to the manufacturer for re-calibration yearly.
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