ebro TDC 200 available from Klipspringer.
ebro Electronic introduces the TDC 200, a new penetration thermometer for the food industry, that has extensive functionality, top quality, and a low price.
The combination of quality and high performance with a reasonable price is currently required in the market more than ever - particularly in the highly competitive food market. This fact could make the latest product innovation by ebro - the penetration thermometer TDC 200 - a top seller as the robust thermometer is particularly suitable for the extreme conditions and applications in the food industry.
The TDC 200 convinces with its very favourable price, an extensive range of functions, the excellent processing quality, a wide measuring range and a high resolution. Between -50[degrees]C and +300[degrees]C, the thermometer measures with a resolution of +/0,5[degrees]C; between -20[degrees]C and +60[degrees]C, the resolution is +/-0,3[degrees]C. The sensor in the probe is Pt 1000.
You can also enter limit values and a flash signal alarm will be activated when limit values are exceeded. The pointed penetration probe is particularly robust with a length of 100mm and a diameter of 6mm at the tip and 3mm at the handle. The probe as well as the standard AAA-batteries with an approximate operating time of 60 hours can be replaced by the user.
The TDC 200 is extremely light and manageable; it weighs only 110g with dimensions of 150 x 35 x 60mm. Therefore, it can easily be used in the daily routine together with the convenient belt buckle which also serves as a wall mount. The T-shape of the new thermometer allows it to be used securely and with only one hand. In order to comply with the strict hygienic requirements in the food industry, the TDC is fitted with an easy-to-clean housing which of course is water proof to IP 65.
Contact Klipspringer on tel 01473 741500 or visit www.ebro.com
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|Title Annotation:||Plant and Equipment|
|Comment:||ebro TDC 200 available from Klipspringer.(Plant and Equipment)|
|Publication:||Food Trade Review|
|Date:||Jan 1, 2010|
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