Tegam Announces Intrinsically Safe Digital Thermometers

Tegam Announces Intrinsically Safe Digital Thermometers

The 92x Series of Thermocouple Thermometers are designated intrinsically safe to UL, CSA, ATEX and IECEx Standards.

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August 9, 2019

Geneva, Ohio-based Tegam, Inc., specialists in temperature measurement, announce the latest advance in thermometry. The 92x Series of Thermocouple Thermometers are designated intrinsically safe to UL, CSA, ATEX and IECEx Standards.

Tegam is a provider of temperature measurement technology and handheld accuracy. The new 92X Thermometers are the latest advance and are an essential tool for customers working in potentially explosive environments, the company said.

“Tegam has a long history of building advanced digital thermometers. After the release of the advanced 91X Thermometers, our engineers set out to develop an intrinsically safe version,” said President Adam Fleder. “Tegam thermometers are certified intrinsically safe to use in potentially hazardous environments.”

 “Up until now, many of the available solutions were limited in flexibility and exorbitantly expensive,” said Thermometry Product Manager Dan Jackson. “We have developed an intrinsically safe system of probes and instruments that can be configured for your application at a fair price. We didn’t want our customers to have to choose between cost and safety.”

The 92X Series of Intrinsically Safe Thermometers are available in single and dual channel versions and were designed according to the same specifications that customers have come to expect of Tegam.

They are MIL SPEC shock, drop and vibration rated, offer up to 2,000 hours of battery life, have an accuracy of ±(0.04% rdg + 0.3 °C) with Certificate of Traceability, and offer the option of an ISO 17025 Calibration Certificate. The 92X is UL listed Class I, Division 1, Group C and D, T4 and ATEX certified Class I, Zone 0 AEx ia IIB T4. These instruments can be used continuously in the presence of liquid fuels and fuel vapors. For more information or to download a datasheet, visit www.tegam.com.