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Newmar’s Temperature Monitor

 

 
 
 

Newmar | From the January 2008 Issue | Thursday, June 10, 2010


NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. – Newmar announces the release of the TG-3 Temperature Monitor that provides a simple solution to the latest NFPA requirements requiring all mobile air fill stations/compartments to be monitored for high temperature. This instrument is also ideal for monitoring temperature in medical cabinets where extreme ambient temperatures can ruin first aid supplies.

The TG-3 monitors -20 to 160 degrees Fahrenheit from up to 3 different sensor zones. It features an easy-to-read backlit, digital LCD display with accuracy of +/- 1% at full scale, with programmable high/low audible per zone alarm functions controlled by touch buttons on the instrument front. Temperature sensors are designed for wall or any flat surface mounting, and supplied with 25 foot of shielded wire. The waterproof instrument mounts in a standard 2” engine instrument cut-out and operates on 12 or 24 VDC.

For more information on the new TG-3 Temperature Monitor, please visit us online at www.newmarEVpower.com.
 




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