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Product Code: QUESTEMP-II

Quest Temp II Personal Heat Stress Monitor

The Quest Temp II provides analysis of personal heat stress levels and warns the user when their core body temperature is dangerously high.

The instrument provides a direct reading of the hypothalamus, the body's temperature regulator, via the ear canal. An audible alarm is triggered in the ear when the value is reached.

The instrument itself is small and discrete meaning that the instrument can be worn under multiple layers of PPE. IP54 water and dust resistance rating for use in extreme environments

60 hour battery life

  • Summary and Detailed Time History Data
  • Use Quest Suite and DMS Software for data download, data management and analysis

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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.

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