Dwyer DBT Series Digital Solar Powered Bimetal Thermometer

Dwyer DBT Series Digital Solar Powered Bimetal Thermometer takes the guesswork out of temperature measurement. The 3-1/2 digit LED display is easy to read and provides a resolution to 0.1°F. The adjustable angle can be mounted in virtually any position. The engineering units can be selected in the field by removing the back cover.
Applications: Boiler or chiller temperature monitoring, HVAC duct monitoring

 

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Product Description

Dwyer DBT Series Digital Solar-Powered Bimetal Thermometer is solar-powered and is operated continuously. In environments when there is adequate light available to power the unit we use Dwyer DBT series Thermometers. To obtain temperature readings on the Series DBT, insert the stem of the thermometer into the process being measured. Thermowells protect the Series DBT thermometer from damage and premature failure. Additionally, Thermowells allow for easy removal of the DBT draining the process media.

Features of Dwyer DBT Series Digital Solar-Powered Bimetal Thermometer:

  • Field selectable °F or °C temperature units
  • 0.1° resolution
  • Adjustable dial position

 

Additional Information

Weight 1.000 kg
Manufacturer
Model DBT Series
Wetted Parts
Housing Material
Lens Acrylic
Accuracy 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C): ±1°C
Dial Size 3"
Process Connection
Display
Response Time
Power Supply
Weight

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