Digital thermometer with adjustable alarm limits / Measuring range -50 ... 500 °C / Measuring spot ratio 12:1 / Measuring rate 2 Hz / Multi-point laser / Robust housing /
Contrast ring with five LEDs / Optionally with ISO calibration certificate
The digital thermometer has a measuring range of -50 ... +500 °C (-58 … 932 °F) and an adjustable emission value between 0.10 ... 1.00. In addition to the current reading, the largest, smallest, average and differential reading can be displayed. This means that the infrared thermometer can be used for many measuring tasks to determine the surface temperature. The multi-point laser on the infrared thermometer is used to align the measuring spot. The measuring spot ratio of the infrared thermometer is 12:1.
Any alarm limit values can be stored on the digital thermometer for checking temperatures. When exceeding or falling below an alarm limit value, the infrared thermometer automatically triggers an acoustic and visual alarm.
In addition to the normal temperature measurement, the digital thermometer has two LED rings, each with 5 LEDs. The blue LED ring on the infrared thermometer is used to find leaks in, for example, air conditioning systems that are provided with a contrast agent. The surroundings can be illuminated with the white LED ring on the infrared thermometer.
- Measuring range -50 ... 500 °C / -58 … 932 °F
- Fast measuring rate of 2 Hz
- White and blue lighting ring
- Spot ratio: 12:1
- Multipoint laser
- Optionally with ISO calibration certificate