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Alarm With Logger, Temp and Humidity
- Item # 1TMR6
- Mfr. Model # THA2
- UNSPSC # 46171604
- Catalog Page # 848
- Shipping Weight 1.42 lbs.
- Item Data Logger
- Type Temperature and Humidity
- Temp. Range (F) -40 Degrees to 140 Degrees
- Relative Humidity Range 0 to 90%
- Dew Point Range +/-5
- Voltage Range 12 to 24 V
- Accuracy +/-2 Degrees F Temp, +/-2% RH From 10 To 90%
- Battery Life 10 Years
- Sample Point Storage 8150 for Temp., Humidity, and Dew Point
- Remote Probe Yes
- Digital Readout Yes
- AC Adapter Yes
- Time Intervals 1 sec. to 30 min.
- Alarm 85dB
- Width (In.) 3.75
- Depth (In.) 4.25
- Height (In.) 0.5
- Interface RS-242
- Includes Required Software, Remote Sensor
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 Year
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