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Product Code FAIDETIRTHER

Digital & Infrared Thermometers

The Faithfull Infrared Thermometer is ideal for use in electrical, automotive and catering industries. This trigger operated non-contact thermometer features a Class II Laser emitter and a digital LCD display with blue backlight. When the trigger is pressed, the thermometer emits a laser beam to target the area where you want to take a measurement. It will display present and maximum reading simultaneously and the last measurement reading is held on the display automatically after releasing the trigger. The display can be set to either Centigrade or Fahrenheit.

Uses include checking temperature of live electrical objects, air conditioners, car engines, tyres, brakes, food, ovens etc.

Supplied with batteries, wrist strap and user manual.

Specification:

Measurement Range: -38 to +520°C (-36.4 ~ +968°F)
Spectral Response: 7.5-13.5um
Resolution: 0.1°C/0.1°F
Response Time (90%): 1 sec.
Distance: Spot: 8:1
Power: 2 x 1.5V AAA batteries (supplied)
Dimensions: 180 x 82 x 39mm

WARNING: LASER LIGHT AVOID DIRECT EYE EXPOSURE
LASER RADIATION – DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
Max. Output: <1 mW
Wavelength: 630-660nm
CLASS II LASER PRODUCT
IEC 60825-1: 2014
EN 60825-1:2014

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£33.54

Product Code FAIDETIRTHER
Weight 0.232 kg
Dimensions 175 × 290 × 45 mm
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