Digital Process Thermometer, RTD Sensor Type, -328° to 1472° Temp. Range (F)
- Item # 6NFX0
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- Mfr. Model # D1396-18
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- UNSPSC # 41112107
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- Item Digital Process Thermometer
- Sensor Type RTD
- Temp. Range (F) -328 Degrees to 1472 Degrees
- Temp. Range (C) -200 Degrees to 800 Degrees
- Temp. Accuracy +/- 0.1 Degrees F/C for 1 Year Period At Ambient Temp 23 Degrees C +/- 5 Degrees C
- Display 4" LCD 4 Digits
- Display Digit Size 1.0"
- Mounting Via Threaded Process Connection
- Enclosure Rating NEMA 4X
- Case Material Stainless Steel
- Depth 2.7"
- Height 4.3"
- Width 5.3"
- Power Source One Lithium Thionyl Chloride C Battery
- Process Connection On Probe
- Response Time 1 Second Standard, Adjustable .25 Second Intervals From .25 to 10 Seconds
- Electrical Connections None
- Features F & C switchable
- Standards 3-A Sanitary Standard, 74-03 Authorization When Used With Wahl Sanitary Process Connection Probes
- Safety Rating Intrinsically Safe
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 2 yr.
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