Amprobe TMD-53 Thermocouple Thermometer K/J-Type
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- Portable, dual-input thermometer for reading temperatures from two sources simultaneously, and is used in quality control and HVAC, electrical, industrial, and automotive maintenance
- Accepts K- and J-type thermocouples
- Dual-scale temperature readings range from -328 to 2,498 degrees F (-200 to 1,370 degrees C)
- Dual-input thermocouples for superheat and subcool applications, and cut-out and cut-in temperature measurements, and offset mode compensates for thermocouple error
- Backlit LCD screen with a data hold feature to save temperature readings for later viewing, maximum and minimum temperature with elapsed time, average and relative temperature calculations, and low battery indicator
|Style Name||TMD-53: K/J Type Thermometer|
|Additional Features||Automatic, positive implied, negative polarity indication|
|Display||Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)|
|EAN||4016138718249 , 0095969556774|
|Item Weight||10.24 ounces|
|Measurement Accuracy||+/- 5 degrees_centigrade|
|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Height||76.2 mm|
|Overall Length||241.3 mm|
|Overall Width||157.98 mm|
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The professional choice for HVAC technicians, electricians, research, industrial process, and quality control, these thermometers offer dual inputs for easy super-heat and sub-cool temperature measurement as well as cut-out and cut-in temperature measurements.
It offers multi-logging capabilities to monitor and track temperatures and features a backlit triple-display, real-time clock with calendar and user-selectable recording intervals.
- Backlit triple-display
- Built in memory: 16 sets, Maximum 16000 data points
- Data-logging: 256 samples with real-time data per channel.
- Easy Data Recall with up and down key: T1, T2, T1-T2, Time and Memory Location.
- Thermocouple Offset Adjustment
- Record, max, min, max-min, average, relative zero and hold functions.
- Basic accuracy 0.05%
- Warning beeper with Hi/Lo setting.
- User selectable recording interval
- Real-time clock with calendar.
- Robust Holster protects the instrument.
- Auto power-off saves batteries
- Multiple thermocouple types: K, J, T, E, R, S, N
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Thermocouple types and temperature ranges
- K-TYPE: -328 °F → 2501 °F (-200 °C → 1372 °C)
- J-TYPE: -346 °F → 2192 °F (-210 °C → 1200 °C)
- T-TYPE: -328 °F → 752 °F (-200 °C → 400 °C)
- E-TYPE: -346 °F → 1832 °F (-210 °C → 1000 °C)
- R-TYPE: 32 °F → 3212 °F (0 °C → 1767 °C)
- S-TYPE: 32 °F → 3212 °F (0 °C → 1767 °C)
- N-TYPE: -58 °F → 2372 °F (-50 °C → 1300 °C)
|Thermocouple Type||K||K, J, T, E||K, J||K, J||K, J, T, E, R, S, N|
|Number of Parameters on Display||1||3||3||3||3|
|Real time clock||-||-||✓||✓||✓|
|Data Capture||-||-||-||-||256 Samples|
|Data Logger||-||-||-||-||16,000 Points|
Style: TMD-53: K/J Type Thermometer
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Only downside is that the buttons are a little confusing and so it took me about an hour of reading the manual and playing with it to figure out how everything works. Now that I know it works great and has every feature I could need. Accurate too, plugged in 2 thermocouples and let them equalize and they were only 0.2 degF different. Great price for the quality and features.
As a workaround until I called them, I used these drivers:
and installed Artisan on the Mac.
Delivery was FAST.
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