Series IR6/IR7 Dual Laser Extended Range Infrared Thermometer

Up to 50:1 Distance-to-Target Ratio

THE SERIES IR6/IR7 DUAL LASER EXTENDED RANGE INFRARED THERMOMETER is ideal for accurately measuring surface temperatures from long distances. This feature packed handheld device allows the user to read the max/min, average, and differential readings. The high and low alarms give audible and visual indication of the process temperature. When taking measurements in dark areas, a built-in white light can be used to illuminate the measurement area. For long term measurements, the unit includes a dual magnetic base attachment that allows handsfree measurements.

Models & Ordering

Model Description Usually Ships Price Order
IR6
Ships: Same Day
Price: $263.00
Dual laser high accuracy infrared thermometer, 30:1 distance to target ratio. Same Day $263.00 Order
IR6-NIST
Ships: Consult Factory
Price: $378.00
Dual laser high accuracy infrared thermometer, 30:1 distance to target ratio, with NIST certificate. Consult Factory $378.00 Order
IR7
Ships: Same Day
Price: $350.00
Dual laser high accuracy infrared thermometer, 50:1 distance to target ratio. Same Day $350.00 Order
IR7-NIST
Ships: 2-3 Weeks
Price: $531.00
Dual laser high accuracy infrared thermometer, 50:1 distance to target ratio, with NIST certificate. 2-3 Weeks $531.00 Order

Specifications

Measurement Range:
IR6: -76 to 1600°F (-60 to 900°C); IR7: -76 to 1832°F (-60 to 1000°C).
Operating Range:
32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C).
Accuracy:
±2% of readings or 4°F (2°C) whichever is greater.
Resolution:
0.1°F (0.1°C).
Response Time:
1 second.
Distance to Target:
IR6: 30:1; IR7: 50:1.
Emissivity:
0.95 default, adjustable 0.10 to 1.00 in 0.01 steps.
Power Requirements:
(2) AAA alkaline batteries, included, user replaceable.
Battery Life:
180 hours continuous use.
Units:
User selectable °F or °C.
Weight:
13.62 oz (386.1 g).
Agency Approvals:
CE.

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Question
What is emissivity?
Answer
The ratio of energy emitted by an object to the energy emitted by a blackbody at the same temperature. The emissivity of an object depends upon its material and surface texture:a polished metal surface can have an emissivity around 0.2 and a piece of wood can have an emissivity around 0.95.

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