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June 22, 2009
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The TA22 temperature alarm makes monitoring temperature-sensitive areas more visual, says the company. To operate, the user presses the front panel buttons to set the alarm point, and the unit does the rest. While displaying the real-time temperature, the audible and visual alarms will activate when the temperature rises above or falls below the set point. To minimize false alarms, the user can utilize the delay-no delay switch. The TA22 has integral relay contacts for a remote alarm or optional automatic dialer.

Supco, 2230 Landmark Place, Allenwood, NJ 08720; 732-223-6644; info@supco.com; www.supco.com

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