Infrared Thermometers

Infrared thermometers are also commonly called infrared temperature gun.Their Accuracies are -1,-2,-3,+1,+2,+3.Their temperature Resolution is 0.1°C or 0.5°F.Range is ‐50⁰ to 550⁰C and Measurement Range is -30°C to 550°C.

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High accuracy and precision in measuring lsi - circuit use provides high reliability and durability,Single point offset laser sighting,Dual displays exhibit current and max measurements simultaneously,Backlit display for poorly lit areas.They are used in detecting clouds for isolated telescope operation,checking mechanical or electrical equipment for temperature and hot spots,calculating the temperature of patients in a clinics and hospitals without touching them etc


An infrared thermometer is a thermometer which infers temperature from a section of the thermal radiation sometimes called blackbody radiation emitted by the item being measured. They are commonly called laser thermometers if a laser is used to help guide the thermometer, or non-contact thermometers or temperature guns, to express the device's ability to measure temperature by a distance apart. By knowing the amount of infrared energy put out by the object and its emissivity, the object's temperature can frequently be determined. Infrared thermometers are a subdivision of devices known as "thermal radiation thermometers".


Sometimes, especially near ambient temperatures, readings may be prone to error due to the reflection of radiation from a hotter body—even the person grasping the instrument—rather than radiated by the object being measured, and to an incorrect assumed emissivity.


The structure essentially consists of a lens to focus the infrared thermal radiation on to a detector, which converts the radiant power to an electrical signal that can be shown in units of temperature after being compensated for ambient temperature. This permits temperature measurement from a distance without contact with the object to be measured. A non-contact infrared thermometer is useful for measuring temperature under circumstances where thermocouples or other probe-type sensors cannot be used or do not produce accurate data for a variety of reasons.




Small and lightweight

Dust And Water-Resistant: Ip54 Rated For Dust And Water Resistance. Rugged: 3-Meter (9.8-Foot) Drop Tested. Ergonomically Designed: Completely Redesigned For A More Natural Hand Fit. Small And Lightweight; Clips To Your Tool Belt Or Belt Loop Or Easily Fits Into Your Tool Box. Distance to spot: Precise laser technology makes for more accurate and repeatable measurements. Dual lasers: The 62 MAX+ has dual rotating lasers to help you identify area to be measured. The measurement area is the spot between the dots. Large, backlit display: Large screen makes data easier to read, even in dark areas. Min/Max/Avg/Dif: Displays the minimum, maximum or average temperature, or the difference between two measurements. Alarm: Hi and Lo alarms for rapid display of measurements outside the limits.






Detecting clouds for remote telescope operation

Checking mechanical or electrical equipment for temperature and hot spots

Measuring the temperature of patients in a hospital without touching them

Checking heater or oven temperature, for calibration and control

Checking for hot spots in fire-fighting

Monitoring materials in processes involving heating or cooling

Measuring temperature of volcanoes

At times of epidemics of diseases causing fever, such as SARS coronavirus and Ebola virus disease, infrared thermometers have been used to check arriving travellers for fever.

There are many varieties of infrared temperature-sensing devices, both for portable and handheld use and as fixed installations


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