Dual-Input Thermometer stores up to 8,800 measurements.

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Model EA15 measures, stores, and displays temperature measurements from 2 different thermocouples, simultaneously, in user's choice of °F, °C, or Kelvin. Using supplied Windows®-compatible software, data can be transferred to PC for plotting and analysis. Type J, K, T, E, R, S and N Thermocouples with mini-connectors allow 0.1°/1° resolution. Unit comes with backlit display, 2 Type K bead-wire temperature probes, and RS232 cable.

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Dual Input Thermometer Stores Up to 8,800 Temperature Measurements

Telatemp Corporation's new EA15 Dual Input Thermocouple Thermometer is able to measure, store and display temperature measurements from two different thermocouples simultaneously. It has the capability of storing up to 8,800 data sets in your choice of °F, °C or Kelvin. Using the supplied Windows® compatible software, the data can be transferred to a PC where it can be plotted and analyzed.

The Dual Input EA15 is ideal for monitoring HVAC systems, insulation installations and curing processes. Type J, K, T, E, R, S and N Thermocouples with mini-connectors can be used to measure over a wide range with 0.1°/1° resolution and accuracies dependent on the thermocouple sensor. Min/Max/Average and Relative readings are displayed with a simple press of a button.

The unit is available with or without a NIST traceable calibration certificate. The compact unit features a large backlit display. The unit comes with two Type K bead wire temperature probes, 6 AAA batteries, protective holster, software and RS232 cable.

Telatemp Corporation is a supplier of transit, storage and process temperature sensing devices for applications including: pharmaceuticals, clinical specimens, biologicals, perishables, film, electronics, computers, medical devices, textiles, foods and industrial products. For more information, call Telatemp at 80O/321-5160, fax them at 714/870-8136, write 351 S. Raymond Ave., Fullerton, CA 92831, access them on the World Wide Web at www.telatemp.com or email: techsales@telatemp.com

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