IRT500

Extech IRT500 Dual Laser Thermal Scanner

Extech IRT500 Dual Laser Thermal Scanner

Description

The Extech IRT500 Dual Laser IR Thermal Scanner quickly locates hot or cold spots by scanning the area being tested.

Features

  • Fast-response, 150 millisecond sampling rate
  • Tilt adjustable LCD display with bright white backlit feature and dual bargraphs
  • Trigger lock for continuous use
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$129.99
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The IRT500 Dual Laser IR Thermal Scanner is designed with a dual laser, an audible/visual alarm, 5 preset settings, and a three-color LED indicator that helps locate hot and cold spots more easily. The three-color LED indicates high (red), normal (green), or low (blue) when scanning for temperature irregularities. A dual laser system indicates ideal measuring distance by converging at 20 inches to confirm a 1-inch target spot.

 

The thermal scanning feature allows for quick and easy location of hot and cold spots with respect to a reference temperature. Hot and cold spots are readily indicated by visible and audible alarms on a degree deviation from the reference point or by recorded max/min points. The audible alarm increases as temperature increases or decreases. Deviations in ambient temperature are automatically compensated.

Notable Specifications:
  • Laser Convergence Distance: 20" (50.8cm)
  • Range: -58 to 500°F (-50 to 260°C)
  • Maximum Resolution: 0.1°F/°C
  • Basic Accuracy: ±(1% of rdg + 3.3°F/1.5°C)
  • Emissivity: fixed at 0.95
  • Threshold for Color Transition: 1°, 5°, 10°, set Min, set Max
  • Field of View (Distance to Target): 20:1'
  • Dimensions: 6.6x3.2x2.3" (168x82x58mm)
  • Weight: 5.7oz (163g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Thermal scanner
  • (1) 9V battery
  • (1) Carrying case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech IRT500 Dual Laser Thermal Scanner IRT500 Dual laser IR thermal scanner with adjustable display
$129.99
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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