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Product Code: QT-34
QT-34 Indicating, Datalogging WBGT Monitor
The Quest Temp series are used by Industry and Military worldwide, including NATO, to protect from high core body temperature and internal heat damage to vital organs: chosen for their portability, accuracy and reliability.
Heat Stress prevention demands accurate measurement and analysis of heat stress in the workplace. Designed for ease of use the QT-34 is extremely rugged with IP54 rated protection for water and dust ingress.
The QT-34 measures and displays Dry Bulb, Wet Bulb and Globe temperatures. A separate, Relative Humidity sensor is also built in and to provide RH measurements. Wet Bulb Globe Temperature, WBGT Index is calculated and displayed. Both, WBGT in and WBGT out, in-door and out-door, is displayed on the QT-34.
The instrument is available with a 2 inch or 6 inch diameter black globe in accordance with BS EN 27243. Data Logging is built into the QT-34. Logging frequency is programmable from 1/min up to 1/hour. This allows 10 days or months of logging at 1/hour. Power is supplied from a 9 volt disposable battery giving 140 hours operation. Alternatively NiMH rechargeable battery operation is available giving 300hours operation before re-charge is needed. Mains power can also be provided for continuous, 24/7 operation.The QT-34 is ATEX approved, for use in areas where explosive gas may be present.
The option to measure 'Head-Torso-Ankle weighted average WBGT' is achieved with optional plug-in tri-sensor assemblies. These plug-in assemblies can also be used to provide measurement at three locations with extension cables. Data is viewed on the centrally located instrument.
As well as WBGT measurement the QT-34 indicates Heat Index and Humidex measurements.
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ATEX is the name commonly given to the two European Directives for controlling explosive atmospheres.
ATEX certification ensures that equipment is fit for use within explosive atmospheres and is supplied with adequate information to ensure it can be used safely.
For more information visit: hse.gov.uk/fireandexplosion/atex.htm