Infrared Thermometers

Infrared thermometers can carry out non-contact temperature measurements on surfaces which makes them both safer and more practical than traditional thermocouple thermometers. They are particularly useful when measuring very hot surface temperatures or gaining measurements for inaccessible parts of plant or buildings.
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Manufacturer
  1. Di-Log
  2. Extech Instruments
  3. FLIR
  4. Fluke
  5. Test-Meter
  6. Testo
  7. Tramex
Max Temperature
  1. ≤120°C
  2. ≤250°C
  3. ≤350°C
  4. ≤500°C
Thermal Sensitivity
  1. ≥0.15°C (150mK)
Thermal Resolution
  1. 80 x 60 pixels
Features
  1. Above/Below Visual Alarm

About Infrared Thermometers

Infrared thermometers have multiple advantages compared to traditional thermocouple digital thermometers. They can usually measure temperature across a much greater range than thermocouples and are much safer than contact thermometers as their remote, non-contact measurement method keeps the user safely away from extremely hot or cold surfaces. This has applications across a wide range of sectors including electrical maintenance and installation, gas and HVAC, mechanical maintenance, refrigeration and much more. Remote measurement also allows measurement on surfaces that are inaccessible or out of reach.