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ETI launch new digital moisture meter with LED bar graph display

ETI-1-MIFM-March2014The new 7000 Moisture Meter from Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd is a compact, general purpose moisture meter designed specifically for building professionals and tradesmen to check the moisture content in a wide variety of construction materials for moisture content diagnosis.

The moisture meter incorporates a 20-LED bar graph within the keypad which displays current moisture levels; green for ‘OK’, amber for ‘WARNING’ or red for ‘DAMP’. The instrument additionally features a large, easy to read, LCD display, with low battery indication. Five different measurement scales are included – wood 1, wood 2, plaster, concrete and a reference scale, measuring moisture over the range 0.1 to 40.0%.

ETI-2-MIFM-March2014Each unit is housed in a robust ABS case and is powered by three AAA batteries that give a minimum of 350 hours battery life. The instrument will power off automatically after ten minutes, maximising battery life. This feature can be disabled by the user, if required.

Each moisture meter is supplied in a handy-sized, protective zip wallet complete with a general purpose two-pin probe with one metre PVC lead and BNC connector. Alternative probes are available, including a heavy duty hammer probe and a deep wall probe.

An optional colour-coded protective silicone boot is also available – making the instrument waterproof to IP64 and helping to prevent against accidental damage.

The 7000 moisture meter is competitively priced, at £70 each exclusive of VAT and available direct from www.etiltd.com ordering code 224-070.

Telephone: 01903 202151 Email: sales@etiltd.com


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