Model IR2 Infrared Non-Contact Thermometer

12:1 Distance-to-Target Ratio, Laser Sighting

THE MODEL IR2 INFRARED TEMPERATURE THERMOMETER allows users to economically take accurate measurements in hard to reach areas. Measurements can be taken at a safe distance with a 9:1 Distance to Target Ratio. The IR2 easily takes measurements within 2% accuracy using a built-in laser sighting. The fixed emissivity of 0.95 is perfect for measuring surface temperatures of concrete, asphalt, rubber or oxidized metals. Besides reading the process temperature, the back lit display also reads the maximum temperature seen. Excellent for monitoring surface temperatures of air ducts, boilers, engines or light fixtures.

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Model Description Usually Ships* Price Order
IR2
Ships: 2-3 Weeks
Price: $93.50
Infrared temperature thermometer. 2-3 Weeks* $93.50 Order

Specifications

Measurement Range:
-76 to 932°F (-60 to 500°C).
Operating Range:
32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C).
Accuracy:
2% of reading or 4°F (2°C), whichever is greater.
Resolution:
0.1°F/0.1°C.
Response Time:
1 second.
Distance to Target:
12:1.
Emissivity:
0.95 fixed.
Power Requirements:
(2) AAA alkaline batteries, included, user replaceable.
Battery Life:
180 hours continuous use (auto power off after 15 sec).
Weight:
3.61 oz (102 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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