Extech Instruments 445815 Datasheet

Extech Instruments 445815 Datasheet
Hygro-Thermometer Humidity Alert w/Dew Point
NIST Calibrateable and Programmable Alarms
Warning of High or Low Humidity Conditions
• Large, easy-to-read triple LCD displays % Relative Humidity,
Temperature and Dew Point
• %RH audible and visual alarms, with adjustable set points,
alert when humidity exceeds set limit
• Probe clips onto meter or extends on 18" (457mm) cable
• Max/Min with Reset function
• Rear calibration adjustment pot for Humidity and Temperature
(available with NIST certification and optional Calibration
• Complete with built-in stand, wall mount bracket, remote
sensor and 2 AAA batteries; Optional calibration salt bottles
Model RH300-CAL
• In summertime, identifies and
warns when conditions for mold
growth exist
• In wintertime, identifies and warns
when low humidity conditions for
static electricity exist
• Remote probe allows for
measurements behind walls
or in difficult to access locations
• Air temperature and dew point
temperature indicate where
condensation may occur
• Monitor conditions in laboratories,
storage areas and other controlled
environment settings
• Ideal solution when traceable ISO
calibrations are required by
operating standards
RH300-CAL Optional calibration salt bottles
Basic Accuracy
10 to 99%
14 to 140°F (-10 to 60°C)
±4%RH; ±1.8°F/1°C
4.3 x 3.9 x 0.78" (109 x 99 x 20mm)
6oz (169g)
Ordering Information:
445815 ........................Humidity Alert II Hygro-Thermometer with Dew Point
445815-NIST................445815 with Calibration Traceable to NIST.
RH300-CAL ..................Optional 33% and 75% RH calibration standards
Specifications subject to change without notice.
9/19/11 - R1
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