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Accurately detect water and protect against damaging mold with the General Tools MMD7NP Moisture meter. This non-invasive, non-marring water leak detector has separate settings for drywall, masonry, softwoods, and hardwoods, making it ideal for detecting moisture under finished surfaces. The jumbo backlit 2 in. diagonal LCD screen and tricolor LED bar graph deliver clear and easy-to-read results. This detector is self-calibrating and offers a 3/4 in. (20mm) maximum sensing depth with +/- 4 percent accuracy on wood. It has moisture measurement ranges of 0 to 53 percent for softwood and 0 to 35% for hardwood and produces relative readings for wallboard and masonry. The moisture meter features a hold button, auto-power-off function, out-of-range alarm, and low-battery indication. It is powered by an included 9-Volt battery.
Scans large areas of drywall and wood without marking or marring the wall
Has separate settings for drywall, masonry, softwood, and hardwood
Self-calibrating detector offers a 3/4 in. (20 mm) maximum sensing depth
Can sense water leaks on wood within +/- 4% accuracy
Hold button, auto-power-off function, out-of-range alarm, and low-battery indicator
Operates at temperatures between 32Â° F and 122Â° F (0 to 50Â° C) at less than 80% relative humidity
Powered by 1 9-Volt battery (included)
Proposition 65 Information
WARNING: âš WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including di2-ethylhexylphthalate (DEHP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.