Free App for Cloud Capability. MIL SPEC Shock, Drop and Vibration Rated. Data Logging and Wireless Transmission Capability. Superior Accuracy ± (0.04% rdg + 0.3°C). Washable
Probe Offset. 1000 Hour Battery Life. Displays Real-Time Statistical Data. Creative Ergonomic Design. Tilt Stand/Magnet Included. Comes with NIST Traceable Certificate (No Points). More
Omega’s first cloud capable digital thermometers HH931T and HH932T offer the easiest data logging functionality available, allowing users to record and store up to 1000 time-stamped measurements accurately. You can store unlimited points when connected via the Bluetooth application. This seamless connectivity allows the user to collect, transmit, and store accurate temperature data for analysis or compliance reporting without any additional or third-party software.
Real-time statistical data increases user productivity, process efficiency, and product quality. Displayed on-demand, MIN, MAX, AVG, RNG and STDEV (standard deviation) provide critical process information and diagnostics that allows the user to analyze manufacturing processes on the fly and make immediate adjustments for maximum efficiency and quality
The HH931T single channel and HH932T dual channel meters are compatible with Type K, J, T, E, B, N, R & S thermocouple probes to provide a wide range of temperature measurements from 600 to 1820ºC (1112 to 3308ºF), and they boast a 1000-hour battery life (batteries included). Both meters provide dependable and uninterrupted portable measurement capability without expensive batteries, AC adapters, or chargers.
The HH931T and HH932T are well suited for a wide variety of industries such as pharmaceutical, food, automotive, aluminum, environmental, chemical, and HVAC. The creative ergonomic design makes these instruments easy-to-hold, read, and clean. Designed for one-handed operation, these tools are comfortable to carry and use for extended periods of time.
Omega backs these durable instruments with a standard 3-year warranty and a 2-year calibration guarantee to ensure that your instrument is ready to use when you need it.
If you are interested in temperature calibration, also select the appropriate temperature probes for the required number of channels.
Basic Accuracy: ±(0.04% |rdg| +0.3°C)
Connector Type: Mini-TC Probe Zero Function: Resolution 0.1°C/°F/K
Display: 4 digit auto-resolution (0.1/1) with backlight and function annunciators
Reading Rate: 3/sec. for readings and TREND indicators
Battery Type: 3 “AA” (IEC LR6, ANSI 15) Alkaline
Battery Life: 1000 hours
Statistics: Min, Max, Avg, Rng, T1-T2 (HH932T Only) and Std Dev
Clock: Real or elapsed time based on mode
Temperature: -20 to 55°C (-4 to 131°F)
Humidity: 5 to 95%, 10 to 30°C (5 to 95%, 50 to 86°F)
Altitude:0 to 15,092 ft. (0 to 4600 m)
Vibration: Random 10 to 500 Hz, 0.03 g2/Hz
Shock: 30g Half Sine Drop: 4 drops from 1 m (3.3'') to concrete
Dimensions: 193 H x 84 W x 28 D mm (7.6 x 3.3 x 1.1")
Weight 362.9 g (12.8 oz)
Communication: Bluetooth low energy technology/version 4.0, 10 m (32.8'') range
Internal Data Storage: Last 1000 measurements with time stamp
Storage Modes: Automatic and manual
Remote Operation: Android™, Apple® mobile device applications
Internet Data Collection: Via mobile device app and https://hhthermocloud.omega.com/
Data Storage Rate: User programmable, 1s minimum interval
Warranty: 3 year parts and workmanship
Calibration: 2 year guarantee
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