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IR Therm, 1100to5400F, 1 In@180 In Focus
- Item # 1MZX3
- Mfr. Model # RAYR3I1ML3U
- UNSPSC # 41111615
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 4.2 lbs.
- Item Infrared Thermometer
- Temp. Range (F) 1100 Degrees to 5400 Degrees F
- Focus Spot Size and Distance 1" @ 180"
- Accuracy +/-1.5 Degrees F or +/-1%
- Emissivity Adjustable 0.10 to 1.00
- Includes Battery and Carrying Case
- Laser Sighting Single Dot
- Battery Type AA
- Data Logging 100 Points
- Alarm High/Low
- Data Hold Yes
- Display Backlit LCD
- Resolution 1 Degrees F/1 Degrees C
- Spectral Response 1 uM
- Response Time 550 msec.
- Repeatability +/-1 Degrees F or +/-0.5%
- Memory Min/Max/Avg/Dif
- Operating Temp. Range 32 Degrees to 120 Degrees F
- Standards FDA Class IIIa Laser
- Trigger Yes
- Special Features Long Range, High Temperature, for Molten Glass and Metals
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
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