Quick non-contact temperature measurement

Published:  15 March, 2007

Extech Instruments' range of Infra-red thermometers for instantaneous non-contact temperature readings, provides temperature measurement solutions for HVAC/R, plant maintenance, automotive, electrical, and food handling/preparation applications.

Its IR thermometers are available based on temperature range, distance to target ratio and fixed or adjustable emissivity. Also offered are specialty IR thermometers for data logging and wireless data transmission as well as a broad range of measurement devices with integrated IR thermometers.

The company"s high temperature IR thermometers are ideal for applications where temperature range is a critical factor. Measuring temperatures as low as -58F (-50C) to a high of 1922F (1050C), the models 42515, 42540, 42545 and 42560 feature adjustable and auto adjustable emissivity with varying distance-to-target ratios including 13:1, 16:1, 30:1 and 50:1. The 42545s highly focused 50:1 ratio allows for safe measurement of targets that are too small or too dangerous to get close to.

Extechs mid-range IR thermometers feature an 8:1 distance-to-target ratio with temperature ranges from -58F (-50C) to 1100F (600C), while its compact IR thermometers measure from 58F (-50C) to 752F (400C) with a 6:1 distance to target ratio. Both the mid and compact range are available with fixed or adjustable emissivity.

Extechs high temperature IR thermometers are ideal for applications where temperature range is a critical factor

Extechs high temperature IR thermometers are ideal for applications where temperature range is a critical factor

 For further information please visit: www.extechinstruments.co.uk

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