Sometimes it’s called a laser thermometer, because you use the built-in laser to target the surface, but it’s really an infrared thermometer that measures the electromagnetic radiation coming from that surface. It’s the safest way to measure temperatures in hazardous areas (like automobile engines or other machinery), hard-to-reach places and other areas where a non-contact digital thermometer is the way to go.
- Professional-quality, infrared technology at an excellent value
- Temperature range: -4° F/-20° C to 968° F/520° C
- Accuracy: +3° F/+2° C or 2% of reading
- Distance-to-spot ratio: 8 to 1
9 volt DC battery included.
Warranty : 90days
|Overall dimensions: 7" L x 1-3/4" W x 4-1/2" L at grip