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THERMOMETER NONCONTACT GUN IR-50/+500DGC
ZZ1185

$49.95
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Description

Economy Non-Contact Thermometer

Ideal for checking pizza stone tempurature for the home cook. Normally your pizza  stone should be heated to 260C+. Backyard pizza oven owners should aim for floor tepurature of 370C to 400C. Commercial Pizza ovens would be higher at around 400C-450C+

For grilling surfaces like GrillGrates or Cast Iron grills a surface tempurature before placing food on the grill should have a surface tempurature above 205C to 300C for high heat searing.

A safe way to measure temperatures in hard to reach places, and hot or hazardous areas. It is compact and easy to use - simply aim the built-in laser at the target area and read the temperature between -50°C to 500°C from the backlit LCD screen. Features include a 12:1 distance to spot ratio, rapid 500ms detection, max/min, data hold, and auto-power off functions.

Please note this unit only measures surface temperature not internal body temperatures.

Features:

- -50°C to 500°C

- Rapid detection function

- Built-in laser pointer

- 12:1 Distance to spot ratio

- Automatic data hold

- Max/min function

Specifications:

Distance to Spot Ratio: 12:1

Repeatability: ±1°C (1.8°F)

Spectral Response: 8~14um

Over Range Indication: LCD will show “----”

Relative Humidity: 10% to 90%

RH operating; <80% RH storage

Accuracy:

±3°C (5.4°F) at -50 to 20°C (-58 to 68°F),

±2.0% ±2°C (3.6°F) at 20 to 500°C (68 to 932°F)

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