Digital thermometer with probes for applications requiring a broad range of temperature measurements, including superheat measurements, food service applications, and heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning system maintenance.
Measures temperature from -200 to 1300 degrees C (-328 to 2372 degrees F), with a best accuracy of + or - 0.1% of reading + 0.7 degree C (1.4 degrees F).
Accepts K-type thermocouple probes, for a broader temperature measurement range than a thermistor sensor, or J-type thermocouple probes, for higher accuracy than K-type sensor.
Dual-channel thermometer with two inputs for measuring the temperature of two samples at the same time.
Displays current temperature for either input channel, the highest or lowest temperature reading for a session, or the difference between the two channels.
Imported from USA.
The Supco EM60 dual-input digital differential thermometer with
probes is for use in applications requiring a broad range of
temperature measurements including superheat measurements, food
service applications, and heating, ventilation, and
air-conditioning system maintenance. When using a K-type
thermocouple, it measures temperature from -200 to 1300 degrees C
(-328 to 2372 degrees F). When using a J-type thermocouple, it
measures temperature from -200 to 1200 degrees C (-328 to 2192
degrees F). It has a best accuracy of + or - 0.1% of reading +
0.7 degree C (1.4 degrees F). The thermometer accepts K-type
thermocouple probes, which have a broader temperature measurement
range than a thermistor sensor but provide lower accuracy, or
J-type probes, which provide higher accuracy but have a narrower
temperature measurement range than a K-type probe. This
dual-channel thermometer has two inputs for connecting
temperature probes (two probes are included), allowing the
operator to measure the temperature of two samples at one time.
The LCD screen can display the current temperature measurement
for either input channel as well as the difference between the
two channels. It can also display the highest or lowest
temperature reading for a session. The operator can choose to
display readings in degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius. The
thermometer's internal memory can record up to five sets of
minimum, maximum, and differential temperature data for future
recall. The hold function keeps a measurement on the display so
it can be recorded. The operator can set high and low temperature
alarms to sound when measurements exceed or drop below the preset
limits. The thermometer operates on three AAA batteries
(included), and the thermometer will automatically turn off after
20 minutes of non-use to conserve battery life. A low-battery
indicator alerts the operator when the batteries need to be
replaced. Two K-type wire probes are included with the
thermometer. A lanyard is included to help protect against
accidental drops, and a sensor cover helps protect the inputs
Temperature measurement range, K-type sensor
-200 to 1300 degrees C (-328 to 2372 degrees F)
Temperature measurement range, J-type sensor
-200 to 1200 degrees C (-328 to 2192 degrees F)
0.1 degree C or F below 1832 degrees F; 1 degrees C or F above
1832 degrees F
+ or - 0.2% reading plus 1 degree C at -200 to -100 degrees C; +
or - 0.1% reading plus 0.7 degrees C at -100 to 1300 degrees C (+
or - 0.2% reading plus 2 degrees F at -328 to -148 degrees F; +
or - 0.1% reading plus 1.4 degrees F at -148 to 2372 degrees F)
Operating environment temperature and humidity
0 to 50 degrees C (32 to 122 degrees F); 80% maximum relative
1 time per second
AAA batteries (three, included)
180 g (6.35 oz.)
121 x 60 x 30 mm/4.76 x 2.36 x 1.18 (H x W x D)
*H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest
point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D
is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.
Digital thermocouple thermometers measure the temperature of air,
liquids, or surfaces. They may measure temperature in Celsius,
Fahrenheit, or both. Thermocouple thermometers are composed of
two conductors of different metals, usually alloys of the same
metal, which touch at the sensor end of the thermometer. The
difference in conductivity between the two metal pieces produces
a voltage flow between the sensor end and the open end of each
conductor, which can be used to determine the temperature.
Different alloys are used for different temperature ranges.
Thermocouple thermometers are used in applications that require a
large temperature range and do not require a high degree of
accuracy. These thermometers are used in kilns, turbine exhaust
systems, and furnaces.
Supco manufactures test instruments and replacement parts for
heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration
systems. The company, founded in 1945, is headquartered in
What's in the Box?
* Supco EM60 dual-input digital differential thermometer
* (2) K-type thermocouple wire probes
* (3) AAA batteries
Supco EM60 Dual-Channel Differential Digital Thermocouple Thermometer with Probes, -200 to 1300 Degrees C, -328 to 2372…