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IR Therm, -58 to 1000F, 1 In@8 In Focus
- Item # 2TKR7
- Mfr. Model # 42510
- UNSPSC # 41112213
- Catalog Page # 759
- Shipping Weight 0.74 lbs.
- Item Infrared Thermometer
- Temp. Range (F) -58 Degrees to 1000 Degrees F
- Temp. Range (C) -50 Degrees to 538 Degrees C
- Focus Spot Size and Distance 1" @ 8"
- Accuracy +/-2% of Reading or +/-4 Degrees F( +/-2 Degrees C) Whichever is Greater
- Emissivity Fixed 0.95
- Includes Battery and Pouch Case
- Laser Sighting Single Dot
- Battery Type 9V
- Data Hold Yes
- Display Backlit LCD
- Resolution 0.1 Degrees Up to 199.9 Degrees
- Spectral Response 6.0 to 14 uM
- Response Time 1000 msec.
- Repeatability +/-0.5% of Reading
- Operating Temp. Range 32 Degrees to 122 Degrees F, 0 Degrees to 50 Degrees C
- Standards Class II Laser
- Trigger Yes
- Special Features Built In Laser Pointer for Easy Targeting, Audible and Visible Overrange Indicators, Automatic Data Hold When Trigger Released, Auto Power Off
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 3 yr.
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