Highly Accurate Thermometer with 0.1% Basic Accuracy. Thermocouple Offset Adjust. HH12C: Dual Input T1, T2, T1-T2. Rugged Protective Holster, Included. Auto-Power Off. MIN/MAX/AVG/REL/HOLD Functions. Wide Measuring Ranges for Versatile Applications. More
The HH11C and HH12C handheld thermometers feature Type K thermocouple inputs and are available in either single- or dual input models. The HH11C is a single-input model that has auto range resolution of 0.1 or 1°. The HH12C is a dual-input meter that allows the user to display T1, T2, or ΔT (T1 – T2) readings with 0.1 or 1° resolution.
Both models have a 4½ digit display with a maximum reading of 19999, are °C/°F switchable and feature front-panel offset adjustment and maximum reading/display hold functions. Errors contributed by a particular thermocouple can be practically eliminated, over a limited range, by using the recessed offset adjustment on the face of the meter and an accurate temperature standard. An LED warning light indicates when an open thermocouple input situation exists.
If you are interested in temperature calibration, also select the appropriate temperature probes for the required number of channels.
Display: 4½ digit liquid crystal display (LCD) with a maximum reading of 19999
Low Battery Indication: The “ ” is displayed when the battery voltage drops below the operating level
Measurement Rate: 2.5 times/second
Operating Environment: 0 to 50°C at <80% RH
Storage Temperature: -20 to 60°C, 0 to 80% RH with battery removed from meter
Accuracy: Stated accuracy at 23°C ±5°C, <80% RH
Battery: 9V (included)
Dimensions: 185 H x 65 W x 35 mm D
HH11C: 235 g, including batteries
HH12C: 240 g, including batteries
Range: -200 to 1372°C (-328 to 2502°F)
Accuracy: ±(0.1% rdg + 0.5°C) on -50 to 1372°C (-58 to 2502°F); ±(0.1% rdg + 2°C) on -50 to -200°C (-58 to -328°F) Type K (Chromel-Alumel)
Temperature can be measured via a diverse array of sensors. All of them infer temperature by sensing some change in a physical characteristic. Six types with which the engineer is likely to come into contact are: thermocouples, resistive temperature devices (RTDs and thermistors), infrared radiators, bimetallic devices, liquid expansion devices, and change-of-state devices.
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