This bundled package can be used for stove pipe and chimney temperature monitoring. There are two buzzers: one is built in the meter, and the other one is an optional external buzzer. The two buzzers are synchronized. The meter contains two alarm settings for the buzzer. One alarm can be used for high limit alarm and other can be used for low fuel alarm. The external buzzer can be placed at different floor from where the stove is located. The gauge is powered by 12V DC through an AC adapter (included) for continuous operation. It can also be powered by car battery.
Thermometer with Power supply, Buzzer
Three types of sensor are provided.
One is a washer sensor for single wall pipe. It is to be mounted on the surface of the pipe or stove with a #6 screw. The other is a 4" (100 mm) probe
that can be used for double wall pipe. User need to drill a 1/8" hole to insert the probe. Three different cable lengths for the sensor cable are offered, 6 ft (2m), 13ft (5 m) and 33 ft (10 m). The longer sensor cable allows the user to place the meter in one room and probe in the other room (or floor). The magnet probe can be attacehd to magnetic surfaces and walls. It can measure up to 750 ºF (400 ºC). Magnet may lose some of the holding force above that. Please select the sensor cable length option when ordering.
Magnet Probe for Surface Temperature
Two buzzer options are provided. One is a panel mount flashing buzzer FLBuz-12
. It will flash red light with buzzing sound. The other is a wall mount buzzer shown right side blow. It can be screw mounted or sticked to the wall. There is no light, but a very lound buzzing sound (about the same level as the smoke alarm).
The cable length of the external flashing buzzer is 3 ft. It can be extended to more than 100 ft with two conductor cable.
Display unit can be set to either Celsius or Fahrenheit.
Temperature range ( with K type thermocouple) : -320 ºF-1650 ºF.
Accuracy, +/-5 ºF over the entire range.
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 19 October, 2012.