L722 Lumber Stack Probe Sensor
Available in 40-inch or 26-inch lengths
The Model L722 Stack Probe Sensor coupled with the L622 Digital Recording Moisture Meter makes it easy to reach deep into stickered units of lumber and take accurate moisture readings without the danger of broken pins. Wagner Meters’ electromagnetic wave technology makes it possible to take multiple readings throughout an entire stack in just minutes.
The L722 – an attachment for the L622 hand meter – is built rugged and able to take accurate moisture readings inside the heated kiln – even when in-kiln temperatures heat lumber to 200° F (93° C) or more. It can also be used to check moisture content when lumber has been removed from the kiln and put into storage prior to planing.
This combination of the L622 hand meter and the L722 stack probe sensor allows the user to store readings taken either inside or outside the kiln, and download the information into reports. The information can then be used to help a mill improve its moisture content quality control procedures.
The L722 is robustly designed:
- Probe hinge assembly is resistant to breakage when overstressed.
- Metal extrusion provides durability and ruggedness for mill environments.
- Leaf spring design ensures proper contact with the lumber for more accurate readings. The springs are user replaceable if damaged.
- Sensor Probe Head is easily detachable from the extrusion for field servicing.
- Spare Sensor Probe Heads can be purchased separately.
- Available in Long (L) and Short (S) lengths.
Every L622 Digital Recording Moisture Meter comes with Stat Pak, a PC compatible software package that greatly expands the record keeping and report generating capabilities of the L622. This software enables users to create custom species lists, and to archive L622 data on a PC hard drive for long-term storage, retrieval, and report generations.
With the L622 Stat Pak, you can quickly select the type of report you wish to generate. Three types of reports are available: Group Reports, Multiple Group Reports, and Group Readings Reports. All reports include statistical summaries, average moisture content, number of readings taken, standard deviation, and the high and low moisture readings.