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Thermocouple Thermometer, 2 Input, Type K
- Item # 1ZKY2
- Mfr. Model # EA10
- UNSPSC # 41112206
- Catalog Page # 847
- Shipping Weight 0.9 lbs.
- ItemThermocouple Thermometer
- Thermocouple TypeType K
- Number of Inputs2
- Probe ConnectorMini-Type
- Temp. Range (F)-200 Degrees to 1999 Degrees F
- Temp. Range (C)-200 Degrees to 1360 Degrees C
- Accuracy+/-0.3% (+2 Degrees F/+1 Degrees C)
- DisplayBacklit 3 Line LCD
- Resolution0.1 Degrees , 1 Degrees
- Battery Type(6) AAA
- Auto Power OffYes
- Data HoldYes
- FeaturesCompact and Rugged Design, Offset Key Used for Zero Function to Make Relative Measurements
- IncludesBuilt In Stand, (2) Probes, Protective Holster, Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr.
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