SRH3, In-Duct Digital Psychrometer Zoom

SRH3, In-Duct Digital Psychrometer


Brand: Fieldpiece

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Type: Psychrometer
Application: HVAC
Operating Temp Range: -40 F to 140 F
Auto-Off: 15 minutes
Battery Life: Approx. 150 hours (9V alkaline)
Height (Inches): 7.9
Width (Inches): 2-3/5"
Depth (Inches): 1-2/5"

Description for Fieldpiece SRH3

The SRH3 InDuct Psychrometer is a great tool to properly charge fixed restirctor systems by quickly determining the target superheat, and to help determine optimum airflow across the evaporator with a target evaporator exit temperature test. To assist HVACR professionals get the proper measurements, Fieldpiece engineered this in-duct psychrometer to take measurements in the duct where they are supposed to be taken - near the evaporator!

  • Measures temperature (DB) and %relative humidity (%RH)
  • Calculates wet bulb (WB) and dew point (DP)
  • Slim 38" telescoping probe
  • Fast response time
  • Depth and direction indicators
  • Hands-free testing with stabilizing cone and magnetic hanger
  • Calculates target superheat and target evaporator exit temperature
Includes: InDuct digital psychrometer - SRH3
Stabilizing cone
Blow-molded case with padding

Please Note: Image depcits SRH2 Model

SRH3, In-Duct Digital Psychrometer


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Great multipurpose humidity meter/psychrometer

By glennhvacman

from Chicago Illinois

Verified Buyer

Comments about SRH3, In-Duct Digital Psychrometer:

We use this meter every day during air conditioning season, to determine proper refrigerant charge, and check AC performance. We also use it year around to test for humidity levels in homes and buildings.

The best part of this meter is the Target Super Heat calculation. Priceless versus having to take separate reading and plug those readings into a chart to calculate proper superheat for AC systems.

Plus had them in stock and had the best price at the time of purchase.

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