UEI - SSM1 - Super Heat / Sub Cool Meter

Item Number: UEISSM1  MFR Part Number: SSM1

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Super Heat / Sub Cool Meter
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Description

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Use The SSM1 To Directly Measure Superheat or Subcool By Direct Connections For Temperature and Pressure. The SSm1 Is Programmed with The Most Common Four Refrigerants, with Data From The Nist-Pro Refrigeration Database For Temperature-Pressure Values.

Features:
Measures:
  • Pressure 0 to 500 PSI
  • Temperature -40 to 400° F
Calculates:
  • Superheat for low side
  • Subcool for high side (TXV systems) Refrigerants included for calculations
  • R22, R134A, R404A, R410A
  • 3 Year limited warranty
Includes
  • Pipe Clamp Adapter ATTPC2
  • Battery 9V
  • “T” Fitting
  • Manual

California residents: see Proposition 65 Warning

Specifications
Weight1.2 Pounds (Lb)
Width6.25 Inches (In)
Height11 Inches (In)
Country of OriginTWN
Length3.25 Inches (In)
BrandUEI
Auto Power OffYes
DisplayYes
Display OptionsLCD Backlit
AccuracySensing: 0.5% FS ±1 least significant digit, Temperature: (at18? to 28?C, humidity <75%% RH) ±(1?F) -40? to 200?F or ±(0.5?C) -40? to 93?C, ±(2?F) 200? to 400?F or ±(1?C) 93? to 204?C
HandleYes
IncludesSSM1, ATTPC2 – Pipe Clamp Temperature Probe, Battery (9V), “T” fitting allows refrigerant to be added or removed with the SSM1 connected.
Includes CaseNo
ApplicationAC & Refrigeration
ColorYellow
FeaturesMeasures: Pressure from 0~500 psi, Temperature from -40~400°F Calculates: Superheat for low side, Subcool for high side (TXV systems) Refrigerants included for calculations: R22, R134a, R404a, R410a
TypeSuperheat and Subcooling
Warranty OfferedYes
Temperature Accuracy±1°F(-40~200°F) ±2°F(201~400°F)
Response TimeInstant
MountingMagnetic Boot
Digital ReadoutYes
Operating Temperature32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
Temperature Range-40°F to 400°F (-40°C to 204.4°C)
Operating Temperature Range32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
Measuring Range0 to 500 psia
On/Off SwitchYes
RefrigerantVarious; see specifications for proper application
Documentation