Press Release Summary:
Model RH101 measures humidity, air temperature, and surface temperature without contact. IR thermometer provides measurements ranging from -58 to 932Â°F in locations that are unsafe or hard to reach. Eight to one field of view ratio allows 1 in. spot to be measured at distance of 8 in. Large backlit LCD provides visible readings even in dim light. MAX and Hold for all functions are available as well as Auto Power Off, low battery, and over range indication.
Original Press Release:
Hygro-Thermometer + InfraRed Thermometer
Measure Humidity, Air Temperature, and Surface Temperatures without contact
Extech Instruments introduces Model RH101, a new Hygro-Thermometer that uniquely includes a built-in, non-contact InfraRed (IR) thermometer. The IR thermometer provides fast and easy measurements ranging from -58 to 932°F (-50 to 500°C) in locations that are unsafe or hard to reach. A built-in laser pointer targets the area being measured. The 8:1 field of view allows a 1" spot to be measured at a distance of 8". Combining IR temperature with other advanced hygro-thermometer functions provides a highly convenient test tool monitoring factories, clean rooms, offices, and greenhouses including those hard to reach heating and air-conditioning ducts.
The RH101 ($149 list) features a super large backlit LCD so that readings are visible even in dim light. The user selects the primary display of % relative humidity or infrared temperature. The smaller secondary display always shows ambient temperature. The remote sensor measures both humidity and air temperature. MAX and Hold for all functions are available as well as Auto Power Off and low battery and over range indication. Complete with built-in stand, protective holster, probe, 9V battery, and carrying case. Model RH101. Dimensions: 5.9x2.95x1.57" (150x75x40mm). Price: $149. Delivery from stock.
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