The HH11B/HH12B series has been upgraded. Please see the new upgraded models, HH11C/HH12C, or contact our Temperature Engineering department.
The HH11B and HH12B handheld Omega's digital
thermometers feature Type K
thermocouple inputs and are
available in either single- or dual-input
models. The HH11B is a
single-input model that has auto
range resolution of 0.1 or 1°. The
HH12B is a dual-input meter that
allows the user to display T1, T2, or
øT (T1 - T2) readings with 0.1 or 1°
resolution. Both models are °C/°F
switchable and feature front-panel
offset adjustment and maximum
reading/display hold functions.
Capable of measuring temperatures
from -200 to 1372°C (-328 to 1999°F),
these low-cost meters use any
subminiature Type K thermocouple.
Errors contributed by a particular
thermocouple can be practically
eliminated, over a limited range, by
using the recessed offset adjustment
on the face of the meter and an
accurate temperature standard. An
LED warning light indicates when an
open thermocouple input situation
SPECIFICATIONS Measurement Range: -200 to 1372°C (-328 to 1999°F) Accuracy (Type K Chromium-Alum): ± (0.1% rdg +1°C) on -60 to 1372°C ± (0.1% rdg +2°C) on -60 to -200°C ± (0.1% rdg +2°F) on -76 to 1999°F ± (0.1% rdg +4°F) on -76 to -328°F European Safety Standards: IEC-1010 and CE - EMC Temperature Coefficient: 0.1 times the applicable accuracy specification per °C from 0 to 18°C and 28 to 50°C Display: 31.2 digit LCD, maximum reading 1999 Sampling Rate: 2.5/s Battery: 9 V (included) Battery Life: 200 hours typical Dimensions: 210 H x 65 W x 33 mm D (8.3 x 2.4 x 1.4")
† All prices on this site are shown in Singapore Dollars. Note: Comes with meter, rubber boot, 9 V battery, NIST certificate (no points), appropriate number of beaded wire thermocouples and operator’s manual. HH11B and HH12B accept the standard SMPW-type connectors only. These units are not compatible with NMP connectors.
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