Precision & Precision Plus PT100 high accuracy thermometers.
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Precision Thermometer & Precision Plus PT100 thermometers. High accuracy is one of the notable features of the Precision thermometers. There are two models available, the Precision and Precision Plus. The Precision measures temperature over the range of 199.9 to 499.9 °C with a 0.1 °C resolution and high accuracy of ±0.2 °C. The Precision Plus measures temperature over the range of -199.99 to 199.99 °C with a 0.01 °C resolution and high accuracy of ±0.05 °C. Please note:- the accuracies quoted are for instruments only.
Conveniently located on the front of the instrument are the on/off, max/ min and display hold buttons. The Binder probe socket is positioned at the top of the instrument which enables a variety of probes to be used depending on the application.
The Precision thermometers feature a large, easy to read, LCD display with open circuit 'Err' and low battery indication. Each thermometer is powered by three 1.5 volt AAA batteries that gives a minimum of 2000 hours battery life. The units will power off automatically after ten minutes, maximising battery life. This feature can be disabled by the user, if required.
The Precision thermometer is priced excluding probe, but includes a traceable certificate of calibration. ETI offers an extensive range of interchangeable probes covering most industrial and laboratory applications. The Precision Plus is supplied with a 160-222 PT100 1/10th DIN liquid probe and a UKAS Certificate of Calibration. For alternative Precision Plus PT100 probes click here
830-251 protective silicone boot - the Precision thermometers are waterproof to IP63 when used in conjunction with this protective boot
832-050 wall bracket (screws not supplied) and protective silicone boot.
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