KM28B Thermocouple Food Thermometer (Type K)

Part No: KM28B (3059840)

£97.01

The KM28B Thermocouple Food Thermometer is an accurate, hard-wearing instrument with a large temperature range, ideal for an industrial food manufacture or commercial kitchen setting.

  • Temperature Range: -40°C to +500°C / -40°F to +1000°F
  • Sub-miniature connector
  • Supplied with CRS/5 protective boot
  • Warranty: 1 Year

 

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KM28B Thermocouple Food Thermometer (Type K)

The KM28B Thermocouple Food Thermometer is an accurate, hard-wearing instrument with a large temperature range, ideal for an industrial food manufacture or commercial kitchen setting. With a free CRS/5 Protective Rubber Boot, a water resistant case and a long battery life, it can also measure in both Fahrenheit or Centigrade.

  • Water Resistant and easily cleanable with membrane keypad
  • Supplied with CRS/5 protective boot
  • Sub-miniature connector
  • Accepts wide range to K type probes
  • Auto switch-off to save battery life

The KM28B Thermocouple Food Thermometer is fitted with a 2-Pin Sub-Miniature connector, to provide a quick and easy connection to your device.

 

Technical Specifications

NameValue
Sensor TypeType K Thermocouple
Connector Type2-Pin Sub-Miniature
Temperature Measurement Range-40°C to +500°C / -40°F to +1000°F
Scales°C and °F
Operating Temperature Range0°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
Product DimensionsLength 111mm, Width 70mm, Height 30mm
Battery Type9V IEC 6LF22 alkaline
Battery Life300 hours
CertificationsCE, RoHS, WEEE
Warranty1 Year

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Articles / FAQs

NameDate
Why is my KM28B displaying ‘OL’?10th November 2015
My Device is showing unrealistic temperature readings4th June 2015