Extech introduces three new products to help you find problems faster. No matter how demanding your project requirements, Extech has the solution to help get the job done with the new Extech IRC130 Thermal Imager IR Thermometer, RH550 Humidity/Temperature Chart Recorder, and BR90 Borescope Inspection Camera.
(Nashua, NH, USA) Extech Instruments, ( www.extech.com), a world leader in test and measurement tools, announced today the launch of the MA44x series of 400A clamp meters. The three meters offer comprehensive multimeter functions and a built-in non-contact AC voltage (NCV) detector to meet the exacting needs of electrical contractors and HVAC/R technicians.
Extech, a world leader in test and measurement tools, recently announced the launch of the MM750W, a CAT-IV True RMS digital multimeter that HVAC and Refrigeration professionals can use to view electrical and temperature readings and datalog remotely using the ExView® W-Series app on smartphones and tablets.
Extech, a world leader in test and measurement tools, announced today the launch of the MO55W an advanced pin and pinless moisture meter with wireless data streaming for remote monitoring and datalogging. The new meter is designed for use in all building moisture measurement applications -- from moisture and restoration to lumber testing, to building inspections. Professionals can remotely view real-time moisture readings and datalog using the ExView® W-Series app on smartphones and tablets.
Extech, a world leader in test and measurement tools, recently announced the launch of the new CO260 Datalogging Indoor Air Quality meter with both carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO₂) measurements in addition to dew point, wet bulb, air temperature and relative humidity.
Extech today announced the launch of the IR320, a ruggedized, dual-laser infrared (IR) thermometer designed to tackle tough jobs indoors and out. The new thermometer is designed for electrical contractors and plant maintenance technicians who face an array of temperature diagnostic challenges from overheating motors and pumps, to corroded electrical connections, failed steam traps, premature wear on processing equipment, as well as faulty HVAC and refrigeration systems.