Infrared Thermometer Gun With Field of View 50:1

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-58°F ~ +1832°F ( -50°C ~ +1000°C )

Emissivity Adjustable from 0.10 to 1.00 in 0.01 steps

50:1 Field of View (50" away you can measure 1" Diameter )

Supplied with NIST Traceable Certificate.

Notable Features

Unique, High-Quality Designed Infrared Thermometer Gun takes instant, less-than-a-second, temperature readings of any surface. Features minimum/maximum memory, average readings, and high/low audible alarms.  Unique design permits one-handed "point-and-shoot" readings. Laser-sighting beam permits aiming precisely at target surface. It is ideal for food preparation, pharmaceuticals, field use, electronics, and safety inspection.

Can be supplied Traceable to NIST for accuracy:
To assure accuracy an individually serial-numbered Traceable® Certificate can be provided from our calibration laboratory. It indicates traceability to standards provided by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology). Call for more information and cost.
  • Part number COCSEN039
  • Adjustable Emissivity - Adjustable from 0.10 to 1.00 in 0.01 steps;
  • 50:1 Field of View
  • Temperature range is -58 to 1832°F and -50 to 1000°C
  • Resolution is 1°
  • Accuracy is ±1.5% +2°C mid-range
  • Size is 9 x 4 x 2-1/4 inches
  • Weight is 10 ounces
  • Backlighting at the touch of a button
  • Data hold
  • Supplied with 9-volt battery
  • Features minimum/maximum memory, average readings, and high/low audible alarms
  • Infrared Gun with adjustable emissivity
  • 9-Volt Battery
  • Instructions
  • NIST Traceable Certificate
  • Expert Technical Support
50:1 View = You can measure a 1" diameter when you are 50" away.  2" when 100" away,  1/2" diameter when 25" away, etc. 

Emissivity is a measure of how effectively a surface emits infrared radiation. For an accurate temperature reading, the emissivity setting of the sensor must match the emissivity of the surface being measured.

For non-reflective non-metals and painted surfaces, the emissivity is usually about 0.95.  ie: Black Body

However some materials have a different emissivity, and to fine-tune the accuracy of the measurement, the sensor’s emissivity setting should be adjusted to match.

If you have more questions, please call and speak with a TIPTEMP Thermal Advisor.

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