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- ItemInfrared Thermometer
- Temp. Range (F)Body Temperature 50 Degrees to 122 Degrees F, Object/Liquid 32 Degrees to 221 Degrees F
- AccuracyHuman Body +/-0.5 Degrees F
- EmissivityFixed 0.99
- IncludesDrawstring Storage Pouch, Detailed Guidebook In English and Spanish, Full Color Retail Packaging
- Battery Type(2) AAA
- Data HoldYes
- Resolution0.1 Degrees F
- Response Time1 sec.
- Operating Temp. Range32 Degrees to 221 Degrees F
- StandardsComplies with US ASTM E-1965-98
- TriggerPush Button
- Special FeaturesAutomatic Power Off, Infrared Technology That Allows for Temperature Readings to Be Taken Approximately 2 to 3" From A Person or Object Which Offers Fast, Hygienic Results, Easy to Read Nite Glow(R) Display, Dual Scan Modes Forehead and Object/Liquid, Fast 1 sec. Readout
- Manufacturers Warranty Length5 yr.
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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