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Infrared laser thermometer

For contact-free measurement of surface temperatures, with integrated laser pointer

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Ergonomic, practical and suitable for use anywhere

Easy measurement of temperatures in just seconds

Thanks to the two-point laser beam, the measuring point can be focused even more precisely

Reliable, precise measurement

Extremely slim measuring cone of 12:1

The slimmer the measuring cone, the more accurate the measuring result (e. g. for a distance of 12 cm, the measuring diameter is 1 cm)

Digital setting of degree of emission

Variable between 0.1 and 1.0 (factory setting 0.95)

Can be switched from Celsius to Fahrenheit

Eliminates complicated conversions

With integrated display lighting

Results displayed to one decimal place

Adjustable alarm with extremely high or low temperatures

Between -50°C and +650°C

Infrared laser thermometer is supplied in a practical pouch that can be fastened to the belt.


  • -50°C to +20°C/-58°F to +68°F: +/-1.3°C (2.3°F)

  • +20 to +650°C/+68 to +1202°F: +/- 0.5%, 0.5°C (0.9°F)

Measuring tolerances

  • -50°C to +20°C/-58°F to +68°F: +/-2.5°C (4.5°F)

  • +20 to +300°C/+68 to +572°F: +/-1%, 1°C (1.8°F)

  • +300°C to +650°C/+572°F to +1202°F: ±1.5%

If the trigger is pressed continuously, the device always indicates the actual temperature of all measuring points. When released, the last measuring result is indicated.