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HI, i know that the FLUKE 52 II is king of the hilll

but it's always over 200 smolians

i just saw the

Type K E J T B N R S Digital Thermometer Thermocouple mV 1800°C High Temperature
fpr $43.00 so that is big savings.....



anyone got something to say...


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Description



This is a Professional Digital Thermometer which supports 8 Type of Thermocouples (Type K E J T B N R S) for extra high temperature measurements. You can replace the thermocouples with any standard Type thermocouple for your purposes.



The Thermometer has advanced features with 4 digits Dual Level LCD Display and able to display Higher Temperature Range (up to 1800 °C / 3272 °F), Higher Resolution (up to 0.1 °C / 0.1 °F) and Higher Accuracy. It can be switchable between °C and °F. It also has 2500 records of manual memory and 6000 records of auto memory.



Moreover, the thermometer can display Temperature of 2 different probes (T1 and T2), Temperature difference (T1-T2), Maximum (MAX) and Minimum (MIN) temperature. It also has 2500 records of manual memory and 6000 records of auto memory. Over Range, Low Battery Indication and Data Hold function are also included.



It has a wide range of applications in Ovens, Furnaces, Ceramics, Pottery, Molten Metal and many other industrial uses.



Features



Support 8 Types of Thermocouples (Type K E J T B N R S)
Thermocouple Type display
Wide measuring from -200 ~ 1800 °C or -328 ~ 3272 °F (depends on the thermocouple type used)
Large (3 inch) 4 Digits LCD Display
Dual Level LCD display T1, T2 and T1-T2
Maximum (MAX), Minimum (MIN) and mV Value
Memory Function: 2500 records of manual memory, 6000 records of auto memory (interval of logging time can be adjusted, longest time is 99 hours)
Viewing of Memory data
Fast Sampling Rate (up to 2.5 time/seconds)
Over Range and Low Battery Indication
Data Hold Function
Switchable between °C and °F
Alarm setting of High and Low Temperate Limit
Cold Junction Compensation
Factory Setting Reset
Set of 2 Metal K-Type Thermocouples Included


Specifications



General Specifications



Display: Large 4 Digits Dual Level LCD Display (3 inch)
Sampling Rate: 2.5 time/seconds
Over Range Display: display "-OL-"
Low battery indication
Manual Memory: 2500 temperature points
Auto Memory: 6000 temperature points
Working Temperature: -10 ~ 50 °C (14 ~ 122 °F)
Working Humidity: < 80%
Storage Temperature: -20 ~ 60 °C (-4 ~ 140 °F)
Storage Humidity: < 80%
Power: 1 x 9V 6F22 Battery (not included)
Battery life: Alkaline Battery (about 150 hours), Carbon Battery (about 60 hours)
Size: approx. 130 (L) x 85 (W) x 28 (D) mm (5.12 x 3.35 x 1.10 inch)
Weight: approx. 190 g (6.7 oz) (battery excluded)


ther spec seems good;;;;;;\\\
Wide measuring from -200 ~ 1800 °C or -328 ~ 3272 °F (depends on the thermocouple type used)



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One Set Included



1 x Multi-Channel Thermometer
2 x K-Type Metal Thermocouples
2 x K-Type Wire Thermocouples
1 x Instruction Manual
Standard Factory Package


thoughts????



Edited by nighthawk-73 - 11/14/12 at 2:57pm
post #2 of 3
Doesn't look bad, probably similar to these ones like I have http://www.ebay.com/itm/Digital-K-J-Type-Thermocouple-Thermometer-4-Probes-/271101781088?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f1eece460

They aren't exact in temperature, I have 2 & with liquid nitrogen (~ -196°) both don't read any lower than -168°. It is possible the k-type probes they come with are just cheap, but they do get the job done for extreme cooling.

If you are looking for more exact temp measurements, the more expensive meters like fluke would likely be worth the extra money.
    
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hi, thanks for hte input, that probe looks pretty good,
i am only looking ot get a close reading so i know ia am in the right ranges..
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