3.0 Operator Maintenance
To avoid possible electrical shock, disconnect the thermocouple
connectors from the thermometer before removing the cover.
Battery Replacement
Power is supplied by a 9 volt “transistor” battery. The appears on the
LCD display when replacement is needed. To replace the battery, remove the
two screws from the back of the meter and lift off the battery cover. Remove
the battery from battery contacts.
4.0 Specifications
Temperature Scale: Celsius or Fahrenheit user-selectable
Measurement Range:
Thermocouple Range
K-TYPE(0.1°C) -200°C to 1372°C, -328°F to 1999°F
J-TYPE(0.1°C) -210°C to 1200°C, -346°F to 1999°F
T-TYPE(0.1°C) -200°C to 400°C , -328°F to 752°F
E-TYPE(0.1°C) -220°C to 1000°C, -364°F to 1832°F
Calibration Range: -210°C to 1372°C, (-364°F to 1999°F)
Auto range: 0.1°C/1°C, 0.1°F/1°F
Accuracy: Accuracy is specified for operating temperatures over the range
of18°C to 28°C (64°F to 82°F), for 1 year, not incl uding thermocouple
error.(Read mode)
±(0.1%rdg + 1°C) range -60°C to 1372°C
±(0.1%rdg + 2°C) range -60°C to -220°C
±(0.1%rdg + 2°F) range -76°F to 1999°F
±(0.1%rdg + 4°F) range -76°F to -364°F
Simulation Accuracy: Measurement accuracy plus 1°C
Ambient Operating Ranges: 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F) <80% R.H.
Storage Temperature: -20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F) <70% R.H.
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