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|We designed the world's first thermocouple thermometer, Model BAT-4, in 1969. It soon found uses in the lab, factory, hospital O.R. and in the field. The new BAT-12 has improvements for all these applications:
In the lab: Readings to 0.1° C; near perfect stability.
In the field: A superior'cold junction reference'which maintains accuracy with ambient temperature changes from O°C to 50°C; sealed construction, carrying case.
For recording: Analog output for strip chart recording is a standard feature.
BAT-12 is the ideal instrument for use with microprobes. These 5 sensors are among our most popular and there are many more to choose from:
|Temperature Range||-100°C to +200°C|
|Compensation||Auto-compensated to 0.1°C from 0°C to 50°C|
|Readout||3 1/2 digits, 1/2" liquid crystal numerals|
|Input Socket||Miniature, quick disconnect, copper-constantan|
|Analog Output||lOmV per degree C, approx.|
|Size, Weight||5" x 2 1/2" x 6" - 2 lbs., including carrying case|