Indoor Climate Monitors track temp, RH, and barometric pressure.

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Designed for critical environments, Models 622 and 623 display ambient temperature from 14-104°F, wet bulb temperature, relative humidity from 0-100%, and barometric pressure from 4.3-17.4 psi and 119-481 in. wc. Histogram of data up to 12 weeks, including date and time, can be recalled at any time, on site, without PC or accessories. Suitable for wall or desk mounting, hygrometers display user-selected alarms/limit values for all parameters.



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New Indoor Climate Monitors Track Temp, RH, and Barometric Pressure



Dependable, Accurate Hygrometers Designed for Critical Environments

Sparta, NJ- Testo introduces new hygrometer models 622 and 623 for monitoring ambient conditions in all types of facilities. Each tracks temperature, humidity and barometric pressure 24/7 over extended periods of time. The large easy to read display shows ambient temperature values from (14 to 104°F) and Wet Bulb temperature, Relative Humidity (0 to 100% RH), and barometric pressure (4.3 to 17.4 psi, 119" to 481" wc). A histogram of data, up to twelve weeks, including date and time can be recalled at any time, on site without a PC or accessories.

According to product manager, Robert Bove, "The new testo 622 and 623 are your dependable "indoor climate" references, whether used in a boardroom or research laboratory. They are compact, easy to use and extremely accurate."

Both models are lightweight and easy to install either mounted on the wall or conveniently on a desk. Optional testo calibration software allows calibration-adjustment of the testo 622 on-site using your own reference standards as required. Min-Max values are available at the push of a button. User selected alarms/limit values for all parameters are clearly shown on the large display.

Testo is a world class manufacturer of test and measurement instruments for general industry, HVAC, pharma-biotech, food service, combustion testing, scientific-laboratory, and many other markets. Currently, Testo has more than 1,500,000 instruments in use throughout its 24 international subsidiaries.

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