Amprobe IR-720 Infrared Thermometer, Max Temperature +1050°C, ±1.8 %, Centigrade, Fahrenheit
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|Amprobe IR-720 Infrared Thermometer, Max Temperature +1050°C, ±1.8 %, Centigrade, Fahrenheit
|Manufacturer / Brand
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The foregoing information relates to product sold on, or after, the date shown below.
|Feb 23, 2024
RS Components Pte Ltd Robinson Road, P.O. Box 1582, Singapore 903132
Country of Origin: CN
Amprobe IR-720 Infrared Thermometer
The IR-700 series are high performance diagnostic tools designed for HVAC/R, industrial, electrical, automotive, fire prevention and quality control applications. Reliable and accurate, this thermometer has an adjustable emissivity for measurement on a wide range of materials and surfaces.
A powerful laser thermometer, it has a laser pointer which produces accurate targeting, with a distance to spot ratio of 20:1. Each thermometer in this series has a dual LCD display with backlight, making readings easy in darker environments.
SUPPLIED_WITH : Carrying bag, Battery and Instruction manual.
Features and Benefits:
• -32°C to 1050°C temperature range
• 250ms response time
• 8 seconds display hold
• Selectable °C and °F
Are infrared thermometers dangerous?
Infrared thermometers are not harmful, they do not emit radiation, only measure it like a digital camera.
How accurate are infrared thermometers?
The majority of IR thermometers have a measurement error specification, which shows their best accuracy. The surface being measured can also affect accuracy. Reflective objects result in lower measurements than the actual temperature, whilst non-reflective surfaces give higher measurement. The emissivity of a surface is how effective it is at emitting energy as thermal radiation, as such some IR thermometers have adjustable emissivity settings.
Distance to spot ratio is also essential in providing accurate temperature measurements, if an infrared thermometer is too close to its target area, heat can build up in the device. This can give false readings or damage the temperature sensors, therefore it is essential to always follow a manufacturers guidelines.
|Absolute Maximum Temperature Measurement
|Absolute Minimum Temperature Measurement
|Distance to Spot Ratio
|0.1 → 1.0
|Model Number p
|0.1 °C, 0.2 °C, 1 °C