Model IR3 & IR4 Infrared Temperature Thermometers

Up To 20:1 Distance-to-Target Size Ratio, Thermocouple Input

The Model IR3 and IR4 Infrared Thermometer utilizes infrared technology for precise, non-contact temperature measurement. For standard applications, the 12:1 distance to target ratio on the IR3 provides accurate measurements within 2% of reading. When measuring smaller objects or at greater distances, the 20:1 distance to target ratio of the IR4 can provide measurements within 1% of reading. Both models have single point laser sighting for aligning the beam to the target. In addition, both models can display maximum, minimum, differential and average temperature measurements. Adjustable emissivity allows the thermometers to measure the temperature of most surfaces without any external calculations. A K-type thermocouple can plug into the handle of the thermometers in order to take surface and internal temperatures simultaneously. Audible alarms can be used for safety checks.

Models & Ordering

Model Description Usually Ships Price Order
IR3
Ships: Same Day
Price: $113.00
Infrared temperature thermometer. Same Day $113.00 Order
IR4
Ships: Same Day
Price: $179.00
Infrared temperature thermometer. Same Day $179.00 Order

Specifications

Measurement Range:
-76 to 932°F (-60 to 500°C).
Operating Range:
Ambient: 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C).
Accuracy:
IR3 ±2% of reading or 4°F (2°C), IR4 ±1% of reading or 1.8°F (1°C), whichever is greater.
Resolution:
0.1°F/0.1°C.
Response Time:
1 second.
Distance to Target:
12:1 (IR3), 20:1 (IR4).
Emissivity Range:
0.95 adjustable; 0.05-1.0.
Additional Input:
Type K.
Power Requirements:
(2) AAA alkaline batteries, included, user replaceable.
Battery Life:
180 hours (without laser or LCD backlight).
Weight:
6.3 oz (179 g) with batteries.
Agency Approvals:
CE.

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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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