DM665TM Temperature Gauge

Brand: Status Instruments

The DM665TM accepts Pt100 or Thermocouple temperature sensors and displays the sensor temperature in °C or °F on a 6-digit LCD display.

It is an ideal alternative to bi-metal thermometers offering higher accuracy.

The device is easily programmable via a push button located inside the stainless-steel housing.
Features
  • Accepts A PT100 Or Thermocouple Temperature Probe
  • Stainless Steel Housing
  • Battery Powered
  • Push Button Configuration
  • Max Min Buttons
  • Adjustable Sample Rate

Specifications

Display Height

  • 15.8 mm non-backlit

Display Units

  • °C or °F

Display Resolution

  • 0.0 or 0.00
  • Note 0.00 resolution temperature units not displayed

Sample Rate

  • User-set 5, 10, 30, 60, seconds

Offset

  • User-set ±10.0 temperature units

Display Information Options

  • 6 digits, 14 segment input value plus sensor error, low battery Maximum, Minimum.

Maximum and Min

  • Display Maximum and Minimum value and reset values

Select Sensor

  • Pt100, TC types K, J, N, T, R, S

Select Sample Rate

  • 5, 10, 30, 60 seconds

Enter Offset

  • ±10.0 temperature units

Select Temperature Units

  • °C or °F

Battery

  • 2 x (AA 1.5 V alkaline) or (AA 1.5 V lithium)

Battery Life at 20.0° C typical

Ambient Temperature

  • Operating/storage (-15 to 40) °C (Alkaline)
  • Operating/storage (-25 to 60) °C (Lithium Energizer L91)

Ambient Humidity

  • Operating/storage (10 to 90) %RH non-condensing

Protection

  • IP65, sensor/probe entry must be sealed to IP65 to maintain

Enclosure

  • Stainless steel, side entry for sensor/probe

Case Entries

  • 1x M16 female thread

Front bezel Diameter

  • 113 mm

Weight (approximate)

  • 540 g

Input Sensor

  • Input sensor

EMC

  • BS EN 61326
  • Note - Sensor input wires to be less than 3 m to comply

Ingress Protection

  • BS EN 60529

RoHS

  • Directive 2011/65/EU incorporating RoHS 3 Amendment Directive EU 2015/836

RoHS

  • The Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulation 2021
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