AMI 310 Multifunction

Kimo’s AMI 310 measures simultaneous parameters including pressure, temperature (Pt100 and thermocouple), humidity, air quality (CO/CO2), air velocity, airflow (vane probes and hotwire), and tachometry. FTang_portable_AMI310-13-07-17_0 NTang_portable-AMI310_17-06-16

VT 210 Thermo-hygrometer-anemometer

Specially designed for the control of ventilation systems, the VT 210 allows users to measure the air velocity, the airflow and the temperature in ducts. FTang_portable_VT210-27-10-16 NTang_portable-VT210_17-06-16

TM 210 Multi channels thermometer

A multichannel thermometer is used in a variety of different fields. It can measure surface, air, and core temperatures. Kimo’s TM 210 differential thermometer is a versatile 6-channel thermometer which has 2 channels dedicated to Pt100 probes and 4 channels for thermocouple inputs. FTang_portable_TM210-27-10-16 NTang_portable-TM210_17-06-16  

TR 61 / TR 62 Pt100 Temperature

Kimo’s TR 61/62 uses Pt100 probes with a measuring range of -100 to 400°C and an accuracy of ±0.4% of reading ±0.3°C. FTang_portable-TR61-TR62_13-04-17_0 NTang_portable-TR61-TR62_01-06-17_0

KIRAY 50 Infrared thermometer

The Kimo KIRAY 50 infrared thermometer with a dual laser sighting is a key instrument to diagnose, inspect and check any temperature, with the advantage of using “no-contact” technology. It has a measuring range of -50 to +380°C. FTang_Kiray50_29-10-18 NTang_Kiray50_29-10-18

KIRAY 300 Infrared thermometer

The Kimo KIRAY 300 infrared thermometer with a dual laser sighting is a key instrument to diagnose, inspect and check any temperature, with the advantage of using “no-contact” technology. It has a measuring range of -50°C to +1850°C. An infrared thermometer measures surface temperatures of hot objects that are dangerous or difficult to access. FTang_Kiray300_29-10-18 …

KIRAY 200 Infrared thermometer

The Kimo KIRAY 200 infrared thermometer with a dual laser sighting is a key instrument to diagnose, inspect and check any temperature, with the advantage of using “no-contact” technology. It has a range from -50 to +850°C. An infrared thermometer measures surface temperatures of hot objects that are dangerous or difficult to access. FT_Kiray200_29-10-18_0 NTang_Kiray200_29-10-18