|Fast Intermittent measurement|
|Accuracy of ±0.1°C|
|Core body temperature of Mice|
|Sensor Tip Diameter||.065''|
|Accuracy||±0.1°C in the physiological range|
|Time Constant:||0.5 seconds|
|Lead Length||5 foot|
|Sterilization Protocol||Gas ETO, Gluteraldehyde, Isoprophyl Alcohol|
The RET-3 for mice, For fast intermittent measurements.
• Smooth ball tip. Stainless steel shaft - 3/4'' long, .028'' diameter. Tip diameter .065'', 5 foot lead length. Time constant 0.5 seconds. Not Isolated
Time Constant is defined as the time required to reach 63% of final temperature in liquid. An accurate reading is obtained when the reading stops changing, typically 5-10 time constants.
Maximum Temperature refers to intermittent use of probe. When probe is used for continuous measurements, maximum temperature should be reduced by 25% unless specified.