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Dew Point Meter, 10 to 95% Rel Hum Rnge
- Item # 3LYH7
- Mfr. Model # 4185
- UNSPSC # 41112301
- Catalog Page # 850
- Shipping Weight 2.62 lbs.
- ItemDew Point Meter
- Meter StyleData Logging
- Relative Humidity Range10 to 95%
- Humidity Accuracy+/-2%RH Mid-Range, Otherwise +/-4%
- Temp. Range (F)0 Degrees to 199.9 Degrees F
- Dew Point Range0 to 50 Degrees F
- Humidity Resolution0.1%
- Temp. Range (C)-18 to 93 Degrees C
- Temp. Accuracy (C)+/-10 Degrees to 40 Degrees C, Otherwise +/-2
- Temp. Resolution (F)0.1 Degrees F
- Temp. Resolution (C)0.1 Degrees C
- Sensor TypePolymer Film
- DisplayDual 1-1/8" High LCD
- Battery Type9V
- Auto Power OffYes
- Data HoldYes
- Probe Dia.7/10"
- Probe Length8-1/2"
- Cord Length36"
- Calibration CertificateNIST
- IncludesTraceable(R) Certification
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr.
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