Infrared Thermometer reads to 600°F.

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Pistol-grip IR Thermometer features built-in laser pointer that allows accurate aiming for non-contact temperature measurements. Large, backlit LCD display allows measurements to be taken in night-time or low light conditions. Basic accuracy is ±2%F over range of 0-600°F or ±2°C. Field of view is 6:1. Unit is °F/°C switchable and includes audible and visible overrange indicators. It is powered by 9 V battery and has automatic power off.



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High-Value Infrared Thermometer Reads to 600° F



Telatemp Corporation now offers a pistol-grip IR Thermometer with a built-in laser pointer that allows accurate aiming for non-contact temperature measurements. The unit is ideal for measuring surface temperatures that are difficult or dangerous to access. Applications include plant maintenance of rotary equipment, testing for hot spots on electrical panels, checking tires, brakes, cooling systems, HVAC ducts and process operations.

A large backlit LCD display makes measurement in night time or low light conditions easy and practical. Basic accuracy is +/- 2%F over a range of 0° to 600°F (-20° to 320°C) or +/- 2°C (whichever is greater) The unit is °F/°C switchable.

The fixed emissivity (0.95) covers 90% of surface temperature measurement applications, and audible and visible overrange indicators are standard. The unit is powered by a 9V battery and has automatic power off for long, battery life. Field of view is 6:1 (a 6" distance measures a 1" target).

Telatemp Corporation is a supplier of transit, storage and process temperature sensing devices for applications including pharmaceuticals, clinical specimens, biologicals, perishables, film, electronic, computers, medical devices, textiles, foods and industrial products. For more information, call Telatemp at 800/3221-5160, fax at 714-870-8136 or write 351 S. Raymond Avenue, Fullerton. CA 92831. Web access is www.telatemp.com
or email techsales@telatemp.com.

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