Here you will find an for measuring temperatures between -60°C and 1800°C, and without contacting the material being measured. Every object with a temperature higher than 0 K emitsinfrared radiation, also referred to as blackbody radiation. Our infrared thermometer makes a temperature measurement possible without contact by way of determining the object's emitted infrared radiation.
Thanks to a targeting light, it is guaranteed, that the non-contact infrared thermometer measures the temperature of the desired surface area. The infrared thermometer can only measure the temperature of exposed surfaces and not through glass or other reflecting materials.
The may possess a preset emissivity value, or alternatively allow the user to choose the emissivity value depending on the surface material being measured, whether it's paper, wood, metallic surfaces, etc. If the infrared thermometer is used to measure shiny metallic surfaces, such as stainless steel, the device can only be used to determine tendencies in temperature as it is not possible to measure the absolute temperature of polished or shiny surfaces with a non-contact infrared thermometer.
The infrared thermometer is the perfect device to measure the temperature of active, rotating, sensitive or current-carrying devices. Another advantage of the infrared thermometer is the possibility to accomplish measurements in a fast and nonexpendable way.
Within just a few hours, we started seeing smoke. The infrared thermometer showed the temperature inside the box above 300 degree Fahrenheit and just a short time later, fire erupted.
Infrared thermometers offers many advantages, such as obtaining measurement results very quickly; from 10 µ to 1 second depending on the device, and whilst also measuring there are also no errors due to a poor thermal contact. In addition to its advantages, there is very little wear or tear, or problems that come with other mobile measurement devices. It is also possible to take measurements in situations where there is high voltage, electromagnetic fields or aggressive materials. Measurements taken with an infrared thermometer do not cause mechanical damage in cases where there are sensitive objects to be measured such as plastic film or paper. Another important advantage is that measurements can be taken continuously over a period of time. (e.g. 350...) 3500 ° C).
These are infrared thermometers that are mounted onto a specific place. They are normally large and oversee a wide area. Infrared cameras are the best example of such like thermometers.
|Stem Length||4 Inches|
|Maximum Temperature||626 Degrees F|
|Minimum Temperature||-67 Degrees F|