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April 8, 2010
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Control Company’s new Infrared Thermometer Gun with Type K Probe is simple to operate –turn on, point at sample, and take a reading in less than a second. Unit reads both Fahrenheit and Celsius of any surface-solids, semisolids, and liquids. Non-invasive, no-touch, measurements are ideal for food, life sciences, pharmaceuticals, petroleum products, clean rooms, electronics, and field use. Temperature range is –76 to 932°F and –60 to 500°C. Resolution is 0.1°. Accuracy is ±1°C + 2%.

To ensure accuracy an individually serial-numbered Traceable® Certificate is provided from our ISO 17025 calibration laboratory accredited by A2LA. It indicates traceability to standards provided by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology).

The dual display shows current temperature plus one of the following eight modes: emissivity value, maximum memory, minimum memory, differential, average (time weighted), high temperature alarm, low temperature alarm, and probe temperature. Minimum and maximum feature permits viewing highest and lowest readings at any time. Thermometer displays the average of all readings made and the difference between two readings. Audible, user settable, high and low alarms signal out of range conditions. Memory permits recalling individually captured temperatures. HOLD, freezes the display at the current reading. Backlighting permits viewing in low light conditions. Range using type K thermocouple jack is –83 to 2,552°F and –64 to 1400°C. Type K beaded sensor supplied. Display indicates low battery.
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