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Datalogger Thermometer

$143.09

Item# HH303

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25-49 $127.35
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Datalogger Thermometer HH303 HH303
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  • Dual Input
  • Dual Display
  • 4 digit LCD
  • MAX, AVG, MIN, HOLD, REL Function
  • Low Battery Indication
  • Resolution 0.1°C, 0.1°F
  • External battery access door for easy battery changing
  • MAX, AVG, MIN Function

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The HH300 Series Data logger thermometers offer 4-digit LCD displays with standard features of auto power off, MAX/IN/HOLD, 1 degree resolution, low battery indication and a external access door for easy battery changing. The HH303 has dual inputs for Type K or J. Unit covers from -328 to 2498ºF (-200 to 1370ºC).

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I am looking for a temperature indicator that gives an indication once the reading settles down (steady state). Imagine a body temperature thermometer that indicates once the temperature stops rising. Can you suggest a model

Asked by: SanjayV
The Thermometers Omega sells will sample and display at a preset rate and do so continuously. On most meters there is a max., min. and avg. function that may provide a good record of how the temperature acted over a measurement period which may be helpful.
Answered by: ANB ENG
Date published: 2020-04-22
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