Control Company 4000 Traceable® Digital Thermometer
Scientific thermometer is ideal for critical experimental requirements, quality control, and routine measurements. Unit reads in °C and °F. Expanded temperature range covers –58.000 to 302.000°F and –50.000 to 150.000°C. Resolution is 0.001°. Accuracy is ±0.05°C between 0.0 to 100°C. Instant MEMORY key recalls minimum and maximum readings over any time period. HOLD button freezes display for reading later. For ease in reading, a key changes the display to show one, two, or three significant numbers after the decimal point. Internal data logger capture the minimum and maximum temperatures every hour for 24 hours. This temperature monitor shows exactly when a reading occurred. High precision makes this thermometer ideal for measuring temperatures in cuvets, gas systems, reagents, chemical solutions, soil, water baths, ovens, incubators, pharmaceuticals, petroleum products, foods, and wastewater. Designed for years of reliable service even in severe environments. Large, 1.27 cm-high, bright, high-contrast LCD makes the thermometer easy to read. Membrane keys provide a splash-proof design. The fast-response probe supplied with the unit displays even the slightest temperature change instantly. Readings are updated three times a second. Universal, stainless-steel probe is triple purpose for liquid, air/gas, and semisolids. Accurate readings with tip penetration of 0.84 cm. Probe has a diameter of 0.32 cm, stem length of 16 cm, an overall length of 23 cm and a cable length of 163 cm. To assure accuracy an individually serial-numbered Traceable® Certificate is provided from the manufacturer’s ISO 17025 calibration laboratory accredited by A2LA. It indicates traceability to standards provided by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology). Size is 8.9 x 14 x 3.2 cm. Weight is 226.8 g. Supplied with probe, 9-volt alkaline battery, plastic carrying case, and Traceable® Certificate. Replacement battery Cat. No. CON1112.
Traceable® Digital Thermometer, -50.000 to 150.000°C (-58.000 to 302.000 °F)