The Extech Dual Laser InfraRed Thermometer indicates ideal measuring distance when two laser points converge to a 1" target spot.
The Extech Dual Laser InfraRed Thermometer features a fast 100mS response with highest accuracy at a point where the dual lasers converge. The fast response is ideal for quick checks of multiple spots in a process or for catching spikes in temperature. The high 50:1 distance to target ratio measures smaller surface areas at greater distances.
A type K thermocouple probe input ranges from -58 to 2498°F (.50 to 1370°C). The white backlit multifunction LCD displays a bargraph for analysis of data points. The adjustable high/low set points with audible alarm alerts users when the temperature exceeds the programmed set points. Also included is a tripod mount for continous readings, and software to connect to a PC via USB port.
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|42570||Dual laser InfraRed thermometer with Type K input and USB interface||
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|42570-NISTL||Dual laser InfraRed thermometer with Type K input and USB interface, NISTL traceable||
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