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Wide Range Non-Contact InfraRed Thermometer with Laser Pointer

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I am still working to determine just what this little unit can and cannot do. It seems to work marvelously inside and at short range. Outside and at longer range, the results can be confusing and/or misleading. The trouble is, there is not absolutely clear way to tell when you are using the unit within its specified range. I can probably sort it out with time. Very interesting information can result that is impossible to get in any other way.
Measure surface temperature objects which are difficult to reach or unsafe to contact with the Extech IR201 Pocket IR Thermometer. This device includes a laser pointer, 6:1 field of view, data hold, and can accurately read temperatures from -58°F to 518°F. Perfect for HVAC technicians, refrigeration repair, electrical testing, and more. Complete with two AAA batteries.
  • Model: IR201
  • UPC: 793950421017
  • Product Type: Thermometer
  • Product Dimensions: L: 1.00" x W: 2.00" x H: 3.70"
  • Product Weight: 0.17 lbs.
  • Product Color: Green
  • Application: Ideal for measuring surface temperatures of object which are difficult or unsafe to contact
  • Certifications: CE
  • Type: Thermometer
  • Temperature Range: -50-270 ° C, -58-518 ° F
  • Accuracy: 2.5
  • Display Type: Digital
  • Additional Features: Built-in laser, overrange indicator, data hold, max hold, auto off, batteries included
  • In-process temperature measurements
  • Measure hot spots in electrical panels and equipment
  • Measure surface temperature of objects which are difficult to reach or unsafe to contact

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