- Thermometers & Temperature Sensors

- Thermometers & Temperature Sensors

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      The HLC by Digital Dowsing

      $59.00

      The Heat Light Converter has a thermal element that senses temperature changes in front of it and changes the color of the LED flashlight accordingly Read More...

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      Non Contact IR Thermometer

      $45.00

      We are going with this model to replace the Raytek thermometer so we can save you money.
      This thermometer works the same way but it has advatgaes over the Raytek. It has an on/off
      switch for the targeting laser so if you don't like to use it you can just turn it off. This non contact
      thermometer is a point and shoot thermometer that will give you temperature changes in seconds. Read More...

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      Hybrid Infrared thermometer/ ambient air thermometer

      $98.00

      Look for cold spots near you and at a distance at the same time. Do everything you can do with a thermometer with a probe and an IR non contact thermometer at the same time in the same piece of equipment! Read More...

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      PT101 Thermometer

      $65.00

      This handheld thermometer is a commercial grade thermometer that gives you air temperature
      changes in a second or less. It's perfect for checking cold spots in exact locations. Read More...

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      Temperature/Humidity Pen

      $27.00

      Knowing the ambient temperature and humidity in an area of a location is important not only to look for changes. Some pieces of equipment like IR non contact thermometers, E-Pods and REM-Pods are directly influenced by the humidity so you need to know what the humidity is in each area you use these pieces of equipment.

      Dual display for humidity and temperature
      Max/Min memory Read More...

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      Temp-Pod

      $105.00

      Hot & Cold Spot Audible Detection with Red & Blue Trend LED Read More...

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      USB Temperature Data logger

      $79.99

      Just plug this into your computers USB port, pick your desired recording intervals and start time/date.
      Then unplug it and place it in areas you want to monitor temperatures. When you are done, plug it back in
      and see all the readings! Read More...