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Temperature Calibrator, to2498 Degrees F
- Item # 39M990
- Mfr. Model # PRC30
- UNSPSC # 81141504
- Catalog Page # 804
- Shipping Weight 4.59 lbs.
- Item Handheld Temperature Calibrator
- Measurement Functions Temperature, Voltage and Current
- Thermocouple Type J, K, T, C, E, N, R and S
- Thermocouple Temperature Range -58 Degrees to 2498 Degrees F (Dependent on Thermocouple Type)
- Source Voltage 0 to 20VDC
- Voltage Measurement Range 0 to 20VDC
- Source Current 0 to 24mADC
- Current Measurement Range 0 to 50mADC
- Accuracy Dependent on Thermocouple Type
- Loop Supply Voltage 24VDC
- Max. Loop Current 24mADC
- Display Backlit LCD
- Powered By (6) AA Batteries or 100 to 240V Universal AC Adapter
- Source/Simulate T, mV, mA
- Includes Calibration Cable, Batteries, 100 to 240V Universal AC Adapter, Carrying Case and Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
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