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Hot-wire thermo-anemometer PCE-423
portabledigitalcompact

hot-wire thermo-anemometer
hot-wire thermo-anemometer
hot-wire thermo-anemometer
hot-wire thermo-anemometer
hot-wire thermo-anemometer
hot-wire thermo-anemometer
hot-wire thermo-anemometer
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Characteristics

Technology
hot-wire
Other characteristics
portable, digital, compact, high-temperature
Air velocity

Min.: 0.1 m/s (0.33 ft/s)

Max.: 25 m/s (82.02 ft/s)

Description

The PCE-423 Thermo-Anemometer with thermal sensor is highlighted by its good relation between price and quality. The PCE-423 Thermo-Anemometer has a high resolution to be used for different applications. This PCE-423 Thermo-Anemometer. It belongs to the the basic equipment for professionals working with ventilation systems. The PCE-423 Thermo-Anemometer is also used in institutional research and development. The thin probe (8 mm / .3 in diameter) makes it possible to use the Thermo-Anemometer in areas with a minimum range of measurement such as inside refrigeration units. Additionally, the PCE-423 Thermo-Anemometer has a telescopic probe with a max. length of 1 m / 3.3 ft. Both the USB cable and the software (included in the delivery), allow for the PCE-423 Thermo-Anemometer to be connected to a PC or laptop to transfer data continuously. Data can be stored in either txt format or csv one for further analysis. - Measures air velocity and temperature - Suitable for low velocity air flow - multiple measurement units available - Large LCD display - Data-Hold function - Easy-to-use - Shows max. y min. values on the display - Solid enclosure - Auto shut-off to protect battery life - Comes with telescopic thermal probe (max. length: 1 m / 3.3 ft), software, USB data cable batteries, carrying case and user's manual

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