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- ItemDual Laser Infrared Thermometer
- Temp. Range (F)-58 Degrees to 3992 Degrees F
- Temp. Range (C)-50 Degrees to 2200 Degrees C
- Focus Spot Size and Distance1" @ 50"
- EmissivityAdjustable 0.01 to 1.00
- IncludesType K Temperature Probe, USB Cable and Software, Carrying Case, Battery
- Laser SightingDual Laser
- Battery Type9V
- Alarm IndicationAudible
- Data HoldYes
- DisplayBacklit LCD
- Resolution0.1 Degrees F/0.1 Degrees C
- Spectral Response8 to 14 uM
- Response Time100 msec.
- Operating Temp. Range32 Degrees to 122 Degrees F
- Special FeaturesDual Laser Targeting Indicates Ideal Measuring Distance When (2) Laser Points Converge to 1" Target Spot, Dual Laser Targeting Indicates Ideal Measuring Distance When (2) Laser Points Converge to 1" Target Spot, USB interface, Double Molded Housing
- Calibration CertificateNIST
- Manufacturers Warranty Length3 yr.
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