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FS:Infrared Thermometer £30.00

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banned7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:114 Positive/1 Neutral/4 Negative
FS:Precision Gold Infrared Thermometer

Dual laser sighting system that merges into a single laser point when the unit is at the optimal distance from the object being measured
Easy to use, pull the trigger and shoot
Wide temperature range from -50°C to +550°C (-58°F - +1022°F)
Distance to spot size ratio is 12:1
Impact-resistant double moulded ABS case
Response time less than 150 milliseconds
Large back lit LCD screen with function indicators
Automatic data hold when trigger released
Auto power off / over range indication

£30 inc delivery paypal gift ono

pic can be added :)
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banned7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:114 Positive/1 Neutral/4 Negative

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So you can point this at something and it tells you its temperature? What's its range?
So you can point this at something and it tells you its temperature? What's its range?


tech specs are
IR temperature range: -50°C - +550°C (-58°F - +1022°F)
IR temperature resolution: 0.1° up to 1000°, 1° over 1000°
Emissivity: 0.95 fixed
Basic accuracy: ±1.0% of reading
Response time: <150ms
Spectral response: 8 - 14µm
Size: 146(h) x 104(w) x 43(d)mm
Weight: 163g
Power: 9V PP3 battery

not to sure on the range but i just took it too my fron door ant pointed it at the snow in my car park(15 metres) away and it picked up the temperature on that straight away.

I used to use it for repairing xbox 360`s with a heatgun so i could measure the heat of the board but stopped fixing them now so i got no use for it:)

wasnt to sure on the range thing but i just found this info

What is the distance to spot ratio?

D/S Ratio- Distance to Spot ratio refers to a very important feature of your infrared thermometer. This ratio is the size of the area being evaluated by the infrared thermometer as it relates to distance. In other words, the area being measured becomes larger as the distance increases. This has a profound impact on the accuracy or precision of the reading. If the target you are measuring is 6 inches in size, and your infrared thermometer has a D/S ratio of 8:1, than the maximum distance you can reliably measure the temperature of the target is 48 inches. Beyond this distance, not only is the target being measured, but whatever else falls within the "spot" is being measured as well. This means that if a very hot object is the target, and it is in cooler surroundings, than measurements taken beyond the maximum distance will include cooler elements, and lowering the "average" of what is in the "spot".

D/S Ratio X Target Size, or 8:1 X 6 = maximum measure distance of 48 inches.

As the target size decreases, or the distance to the target increases, a larger D/S Ratio becomes necessary. Using the same example above, and changing first the target size, and then the D/S ratio, you can see that this formula helps you decide the correct D/S ratio and therefore the Infrared Thermometer for your needs.

D/S Ratio X Target Size, or 8:1 X 2 = maximum measure distance of 16 inches.

D/S Ratio X Target Size, or 12:1 X 2 = maximum measure distance of 24 inches.

D/S Ratios vary greatly, so carefully compare this feature of IR Thermometers when comparison shopping. This ratio, and temperature range are the two biggest factors to consider when shopping for an Infrared Thermometer!

This thermometer has a 21:1 ratio

Could you please tell me the make and model please
its a precision gold n85fr
any pics?
pic added
1st bump :)
anyone? also interested in anything u have to trade??

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