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Handheld Digital Thermometers

Handheld thermometers are versatile instruments designed to measure temperature in a wide range of applications, including agriculture, HVAC, cold storage, food service, laboratories, manufacturing, and more. They come in different models, with varying input types, temperature ranges, accuracy levels, and additional features to suit the user’s needs. By understanding the different types of handheld thermometers and their application features, users can choose the most appropriate device for their specific temperature measurement needs.

Application features:

  • Input Type: Models support PT100, PT500, PT1000, K/J thermocouples, and thermistors as temperature sensors, catering to various measurement requirements.
  • Temperature Range: Probe-dependent temperature ranges, such as -100°C to 300°C, -200°C to 1372°C, -40°C to 300°C, and -50°C to 300°C.
  • Basic Accuracy: Varies depending on the model, typically within ±0.1% to ±2% of the reading, excluding the probe accuracy.
  • Resolution: Ranges from 0.1°C to 1°C, depending on the model and temperature range.
  • User Offset: Some models include user-adjustable error offsets, such as 0°C ice point and ±9°C error adjust.
  • Additional Functions: Features like max/min/average, relative function, high/low alarms, data storage, and hold function enhance usability.
  • Durability: Models with IP65, IP67, or IP68 waterproof ratings, and magnetic backing for secure attachment to surfaces.
  • Accessories: Probes, soft cases, batteries, and user manuals are included with the thermometers.
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