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Diagnostic Monitors - Extech Instruments - Facility Management Product Release


Diagnostic Monitors: Extech Instruments

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The EzFlex Series includes the EZ20 infraRed thermometer, the EZ30 thermo-anemometer and the EZ40 combustible gas detector. Built with flexible gooseneck probes, EzFlex products provide access in hard-to-reach locations.

The EZ20 delivers non-contact surface temperature measurements from -58 to 1,100 degrees Fahrenheit. It features a 16-inch flexible probe, a backlit LCD display, and a laser pointer. It is Fahrenheit/Celsius switchable, has a fixed emissivity covering 90 percent of surface applications, and an 8-to-1 distance to spot ratio. It comes with a carrying case and 9V battery.

The EZ30 is an air-velocity meter that is designed for reaching into air ducts or other HVAC applications. It features selectable air-velocity units and a dual 9,999-count backlit display. It has a 3-percent basic accuracy. Users can display temperature measurements in Fahrenheit or Celsius. They can freeze the displayed value using a data-hold function and can record maximum and minimum readings. The meter comes with a 9V battery and carrying case.

The EZ40 helps users identify gas leaks. It can identify natural gas, methane, ethane, propane, butane and LPG. It features one-hand operation with thumb-controlled sensitivity adjustment to eliminate background gas levels. It has a visible and audible alarm at 10 percent lower explosive limit for methane. It comes with three C batteries and a carrying case.


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posted: 1/8/2007