Testo 922 - Dual Channel, Digital Temperature Meter

The Testo 922 is a portable, dual-channel, Type K, digital temperature meter with a two-line, back-lit display for easy temperature comparisons. An optional facility to use wireless (radio) temperature probes makes remote temperature monitoring easy. Differential temperatures can be easily displayed and an audible alarm sounds if user-adjustable limit values are exceeded. Current measurements and Max-Min values can be printed on-site with the optional infrared printer. Timed-interval printing (eg. once per minute) is possible and is controlled from the Testo 922.
Features include:
• 2 channel temperature measurement • Optional wireless facility
• Displays differential temperature • Continuous dispay of max/min values
• Hold button to freeze readings • Backlit dispay
• Audible alarm sounds when limit values are exceeded
• On-site printout on optional infrared printer
• Optional Topsafe case available to protect instrument from dirt and impact.

Probes for use with meters must be ordered separately.
  • Testo 922 - Dual Channel, Digital Temperature Meter
  • Testo 922 - Dual Channel, Digital Temperature Meter
  • Testo 922 - Dual Channel, Digital Temperature Meter
  • Testo 922 - Dual Channel, Digital Temperature Meter

Features Compared

Suitable Sensor Type K (NiCr-Ni)
Measuring range -50 to +1000°C
Accuracy ±1 Digit ±(0.5°C +0.3 % of mv) -40 to +900°C
±(0.7°C +0.5 % of mv) remaining range
Resolution 0.1°C (-50 to +199.9°C) 1°C (remaining range)
Operating temperature -20 to +50°C
Storage/transport temp. -40 to +70°C
Battery Type 1 x 9v PP3 (included)
Battery lifetime 200 hours (connected probe, backlight off)
45 hours (wireless mode, backlight off)
68 hours (connected probe, backlight always on)
33 hours (wireless mode, backlight always on)
Dimensions 182 x 64 x 40 mm
Weight 171g
Warranty 2 years

Product Range

  Product Code Price (+VAT)
Each
  Availability
Testo 922 133-6370 £108.68 In Stock
NOTE: Accuracy and range figures are applicable to the Testo 922 meter only, consideration must also be given to limitations of individual probes when assessing overall accuracy of readings obtained. Temperature probes must be ordered separately.