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Code: C1-LB-4351
MPN: 4351

Control Company Key Chain Thermometer 4351 Vwr Thermometer Digtl Keychain Product Info

Control Company Key Chain Thermometer Vwr Thermometer Digtl Keychain is a reliable and dependable addition to the Control Company Labware & Accessories family of products. Combining top-notch and uncompromising quality with an affordable price, the Control Company Key Chain Thermometer Vwr Thermometer Digtl Keychain 4351/ 23609-178 can fulfill your laboratory needs while still offering a great value for the money.

Product Category Description:

  • Traceable™
  • One-Second Response Time
  • Portable Temperature Monitoring

Perfect for carrying with you — clip it on a lab coat buttonhole, jacket zipper, or belt loop. Carry the keys you can’t do without, and be assured your experiment is conducted at the right temperature. The 2.5cm (1") stainless steel probe is designed for fast liquid measurements and penetration of semi-solids. Accurate readings when immersed only 0.87cm (1/3"). Accuracy to ±1°C. Light weight and miniature size make it the convenient pocket thermometer.

A serial numbered certificate is provided from an ISO 17025 calibration laboratory accredited by A2LA to indicate instrument traceability to standards provided by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

Supplied with replaceable battery power unit for one year of continuous operation.

Specifications for Control Company Key Chain Thermometer 4351 Vwr Thermometer Digtl Keychain:

Description:  VWR THERMOMETER DIGTL KEYCHAIN
Unit:  Each
Temperature Range:  –50 to 150°C (–58 to 302°F)
Resolution:  0.1°
Accuracy:  ±1° between –20 to 100°C
Dimensions:  1.9 x 9.5dia. cm (3/4 x 33/4")
Weight:  14 g (1/2 oz.)

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Helpful Positive Review Worked out fine by Legacy Reviewer, March 9, 2010
Hung it on my ski jacket. I can tell temps to the nearest tenth of a degree with a glance.
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