KM28/P5 Food Thermometer KitPart No: KM28/P5 (3059816)
From: £132.81 (ex. VAT)
The KM28/P5 Food Thermometer Kit comprises a KM28B Thermocouple Food Thermometer (Type K) fitted with a CRS/5 Protective Boot, as well as a PK19M Thin TipÂ Penetration ProbeÂ and an AC315 Soft Carry Case.
- Temperature Range:Â -40Â°C to +250Â°C / -40Â°F to +482Â°F*
- Sub-Miniature Connector
- Supplied with Protective Boot, Carry Case and PK19M Penetration Probe
- Warranty:Â Please refer to individual components
KM28/P5 Food Thermometer Kit
The KM28/P5 Food Thermometer Kit comprises a KM28B Thermocouple Food Thermometer (Type K) fitted with a CRS/5 Protective Boot, as well as a PK19M Thin Tip Penetration Probe and an AC315 Soft Carry Case.
|The KM28B Thermocouple Food Thermometer (Type K) is an accurate, hard-wearing instrument with a large temperature range, ideal for an industrial food manufacture or commercial kitchen setting. It is supplied with a CRS/5 Protective Rubber Boot.|
The PK19M Thin Tip Penetration Probe is a Type K Thermocouple probe, fitted with a 1m curly cable. There is also BioCote Antimicrobial Protection in the probe handle to avoid the risk of cross contamination.
The AC315 Soft Carry Case is designed for the KM28B Thermocouple Food Thermometer and is of durable construction with an integrated carry strap.
*Refers to the temperature range of the Thermometer with Probe. For full range specification of the Thermometer please refer to the Technical Specifications Tab of the Thermometer.
|Sensor Type||Type K Thermocouple|
|Connector Type||2-Pin Sub-Miniature|
|Temperature Measurement Range||-40°C to +250°C / -40°F to +482°F*|
|Scales||°C and °F|
|Operating Temperature Range||0°C to 50°C / +32°F to +122°F|
|Instrument Accuracy at 23°C (73°F)||-30°C to +110°C, ±1°C / -22°F to +230°F, ±2°F|
|Full range ±3% of reading|
|Displayed Resolution||+190°C, 1° above / 0.1° to +374°F|
|Battery Type||9V IEC 6LF22 alkaline|
|Battery Life||300 hours|
|Certifications||CE, RoHS, WEEE|
|Warranty||Please refer to individual components|
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Articles / FAQs
| Why is my KM28B displaying ‘OL’?
||10th November 2015|
| My Device is showing unrealistic temperature readings
||4th June 2015|