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Fieldpiece Instruments Introduces New Wireless Refrigerant Scale

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Send Measurements Directly to Remote or Job LinkTM with New Wireless Protocol

Fieldpiece Instruments, the industry leader in tools and test instruments for HVACR professionals, introduces the SRS3 Wireless Refrigerant Scale. The scale delivers accurate measurements for residential or light commercial facilities and sends those measurements either to the SRS3 remote handle, or starting August 2017, directly to the Fieldpiece Job LinkTM mobile app to record and document refrigerant use.

Russ Harju, Product Manager Fieldpiece Instruments says, "With a wireless range of over 100’ between the scale and the remote or smartphone, and compatibility with Job Link, technicians quickly obtain the necessary measurements on the refrigerant. In addition, the Job Link Pro documentation for refrigerants complies with EPA regulations.”

The sealed platform of the SRS3 is made of heavy-duty aluminum and is water-resistant so can be used even in the rain. The scale measures refrigerant tanks up to 252 lbs., and displays in ounces only, grams only, pounds only, kilograms only, or both ounces/grams and pounds/kilograms. The SRS3 delivers accurate measurements over the life of the product in a lightweight but heavy-duty design due to its thick aluminum walls. Slotted rubber pads protect against impact and allow for any size refrigerant bottles to be held firmly in place.

The SRS3 features a remote with a bright blue backlight for use in poor lighting conditions. The remote will automatically pair with the platform with no manual sync required. The strong magnetic hinged top allows technicians to hang the remote at eye level while charging or recovering. After use, the remote stores safely in the platform.

Suggested trade price for the SRS3 Wireless Refrigerant Scale is $319.00 U.S. Complete SRS3 specifications, product literature and the operator's manual are available on the company's website:

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