Thermometer, Digital -50 to 150°C & -58 to 302°F

Vee Gee Scientific

$ 23.50 
SKU: 83210

VEE GEE Brand Digital Thermometers are ideal for temperature monitoring in essentially any setting—the laboratory (easily monitor test tubes, reagents, beakers, flasks), food processing, refrigeration, green houses, etc.

Model 83210 features a dual scale (-50 °C to 150 °C/-58 °F to 302 °F), fast 1-second update time, and a swiveling head that can be moved a full 180 ° for easy reading in any position. Both the On/Off switch and the Scale Selection switch are located on the face for simple access.

The 127 mm (5 in) stem is stainless steel and has a 3.5 mm (0.138 in) diameter. Provided with a protective case featuring a pocket clip. Also includes a 1.5 V alkaline coin cell battery (Type LR44) and features automatic power- off after 10 minutes of idle use.
 Range -50 to 150 °C / -58 to 302 °F
Resolution 0.1 °C / 0.1 °F
Accuracy ±1.0 °C / ±2.0 °F
Face Dimensions 1.4 x .07 in / 36 x 17 mm
Stem Length 5 in / 127 mm
Stem Diameter 0.138 in / 3.5 mm
Weight 14.2 g / 0.5 oz
Not to be used inside the oven

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