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Dual Temp Digital Thermometers

Product Description

Dual temp thermometers allow putting one probe in the freezer and another in the refrigerator (or measure two areas of a refrigerator). Audible and visual alarm feature provides alert when temperature rises above or falls below two set points. Alarm is programmable in 1° increments. Three foot micro-cable permits refrigerator or freezer doors to close without seal on it. Buffered bottle media models contain glycol/water a thermal dampening media housed in a 5mL bottle, used to minimize temperature spikes caused when a instrument door is opened for a period of time and thereby preventing false alarms. Suction cup probes attach to refrigerator or freezer wall. Two AAA alkaline 1.5V batteries included. Each thermometer is certified, serialized and traceable to NIST.

  • NIST Compliant® with certificate
  • Bio-Safe glycol/water probe medium
  • Min/max temperature memory recall
  • Visual and buzzer alarm
  • °C/°F switchable
  • Programmable alarm in 1° increments
  • 3 ft. micro-cable probe
  • Alarm duration indication
  • Low battery indication
  • Flip out desk stand
  • Magnets and velcro for attachment

Specifications:
Resolution..................................... 0.1°C/°F
Accuracy......................................... ±1°C
Dimensions................................... 31/2 x 13/4 x 1 in.

Ordering Information
Cat. No. Description Qty.
CH2941-5 -40°C to 70°C range - glycol/water 5 mL 1/ea
CH2941-6 -40°F to 158°F range - glycol/water 5 mL 1/ea
CH8002CL -40°C to 70°C (-40°F to 158°F) range - suction cup holders 1/ea
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