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- ItemAnemometer/Psychrometer Datalogger
- TypeMini Vane
- Velocity (FPM)100 to 3940
- Velocity (MPS)0.5 to 20
- Air Velocity Accuracy+/-3%
- Air Volume0 to 99999
- Temp. Range-4 to 140F (-20 to 60C)
- Temp. Accuracy+/-1.1F (0.6C)
- Relative Humidity Range0.1 to 99.9%
- Humidity Accuracy+/-3%
- Dew Point Range-4 to 140F (-20 to 60C)
- Probe Size0.7 inch diameter
- Cord Length3.3ft (1m)
- DisplayDual LCD
- Data HoldYes
- Auto Power OffYes
- Output TypeUSB
- Storage Capacity2,000data sets with 6 types of readings in each
- Power SourceBattery
- Battery TypeAAA
- Battery Life475 hours normal operation, 100 hours datalogging
- Sensor TypeThermistor for temperature
- Special Features0.7 inch mini vane fits into tight areas
- IncludesInstructions, software and USB cable, six AAA batteries and hard case
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 year
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