D16 Digital Thermometer - for Evaluating Body Temperature

D16 Digital Thermometer - for Evaluating Body Temperature

The TMP812 is a multi-channel digital thermometer suitable for the measurement of animal body temperature using rectal probes. The system is designed for working with up to 12 resistive temperature probes simultaneously.

• Precalibrated and interchangeable probes
• Measures current body temperature (degrees)
• Recordings by each user-defined interval of time (TMP812RS)
• Data transfer to PC or printer
• Species-specific temperature probes available separately
• Optional SeDaCom software and adapter

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Item# Description U.S. List Price Quantity
76-0064 12-Channel Digital Thermometer, Single Temperature Display (Model TMP812) - Probes not included
76-0065 12-Channel Digital Thermometer, Multiple Temperature Display (Model TMP812RS) - Probes not included
76-0066 Temperature Probe for Rabbit, 4.2 mm (Model YS401)
76-0067 Temperature Probe for Rats and Mice, 3 mm (Model YS402)
76-0068 Temperature Probe for Mice, 1.3 mm (Model YS451)
76-0069 Surface Temperature Probe (disc dia. 9.5 mm)
76-0406 (SEDACOMV2.0) SEDACOM Software V2.0
76-0608 (CONRS232USB) RS-232/USB Adapter for the SEDACOM software
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The TMP812 is a multi-channel digital thermometer suitable for the measurement of animal body temperature using rectal probes. The system is designed for working with up to 12 resistive temperature probes simultaneously.

• Precalibrated and interchangeable probes
• Measures current body temperature (degrees)
• Recordings by each user-defined interval of time (TMP812RS)
• Data transfer to PC or printer
• Species-specific temperature probes available separately
• Optional SeDaCom software and adapter

Temperature is measured by using Yellow Springs (YSI) thermistor probes. The registered current value shown in the digital display of the front panel has a resolution of 0.1 degrees. There is no difference between channels or temperature probes, freely interchangeable. Standard YSI temperature probes (not supplied with the instrument; must be ordered separately) should be plugged into the jack connectors on the rear panel, while the temperature value is read from the front panel display.

The TMP812 model displays the current temperature of one channel (probe) at a time. Select the desired channel via the 12-position front panel rotary commuter.

The TMP812RS model offers a 20 x 4 LCD display for showing the current temperature of all the probes at the same time. A built-in RS-232/USB communication port allows sending (by pressing a front panel “SEND” button) the temperature values from all the probes to an external device (matrix printer with serial port or PC computer).

. Additionally, the Windows-based program SeDaCom, purchased separately, allows the transfer of the current data to the PC at user-selected time intervals programmed directly from the SeDaCom application.

Components included:
• Control unit (TMP12RS includes RS-232 communications port)
• SeDaCom Software (only TMP12RS)
• Instruction manual
• Cables, connectors
• Set of two spare fuses
• 2-year warranty

Specifications
Resolution: 0.1oC

Capacity: 12 temperature probes simultaneously

Communications: RS-232 (USB)

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