Nubee Temperature Gun Non-contact Digital Laser Infrared IR Thermometer

November 12, 2015 - Comment

Take accurate temperature readings with this laser-sighted infrared gun-style thermometer. Reads in Celsius or Fahrenheit, there is a switch on the pannel to choose between them. There’S also a switch to turn on or off the laser sight. Features – accuracy: 2 degrees/ 2%, distance spot ratio: 12:1, c/f selection, backlight switch , response time:

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Take accurate temperature readings with this laser-sighted infrared gun-style thermometer. Reads in Celsius or Fahrenheit, there is a switch on the pannel to choose between them. There’S also a switch to turn on or off the laser sight. Features – accuracy: 2 degrees/ 2%, distance spot ratio: 12:1, c/f selection, backlight switch , response time: 500ms, auto power shut-off, automatic data hold, low battery Indicator.FeaturesTemperature Range: -50 degreec~380 DegreeC(-58 DegreeF ~ 716 DegreeF) accuracy: 2% or 2 DegreeC distance spot ratio: 12:1 emissivity: 0.95 Response time wavelength: 500ms (8-14)um repeatability: 1% or 1 DegreeC resolution: 0.1 DegreeC or 0.1 DegreeF DegreeC/ DegreeF selection ————————— OKData hold function ———————- ok laser target pointer selection ———- ok backlight display selection ————- ok auto power shut off ——————— ok low battery indication —————— ok package includes:1 x Nubee nub8380 temperature gun non-contact infrared thermometer1 x 9v dc battery1 x Nubee nub8380 temperature gun user’s manualNubee nub8380 infrared temperature gun had U.S. FDA, FCC, CE, ROHS approved.FDA Accession number: 1310659-000.

Product Features

  • Take accurate temperature readings with this handheld gun
  • Red laser pointer for precise aiming
  • Measures in Celsius or Fahrenheit (range: -50 DegreeC to +380 DegreeC /-58 DegreeF to +716 DegreeF)
  • Auto shut-off & low battery indicator
  • Powered by one 9-volt battery(include)

Comments

BB says:

Does not show the correct temperature 0

RetiredCrewDog says:

Doing some basic research and understanding what a product is designed to do will save you money and frustration. No IR detecting product handles glass or reflective surfaces well. Read up on IR security cameras or gasp…. IR non-contact thermometers. Think…. Oven door glass is designed to reduce IR emissions i.e. heat, so it wouldn’t be accurate. Now, would it. A non-contact thermometer detects IR waves, which could be the air between it and the surface you want a temp reading. So, of course the closer you are the more accurate the reading. And really folks, it’s a inexpensive “cheap” non-contact thermometer, so not feet away, but centimeters away. Fact is non-contact IR thermometers will not read an internal temperature of an object. Thanks to all the bakers. I got a chuckle out of the negative reviews you posted. Basic research….. Here I’ll start you out […] Google “IR Non-contact Thermometer Transcat theory” for a very good explanation of how one works. Tip: If you are using a IR thermometer with a shiny object, you can compensate by covering the surface to be measured with masking…

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