Stanley Cordless Infra Red Thermometer
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This cordless Infra red thermometer is specially designed for measuring temperature of objects.
- Suitable for - Testing room, wall and object temperature to detect thermal leaks, moulding etc.
- Comes with - Strap and 2x AA batteries
Features and Benefits
- Colour coded LCD display for identifying extreme temperature change
- 630 - 660 nm wavelength
- IP20 water ressitant and dust rating
- Auto switch off after 1 minute of inactivity to save battery life
- Distance to spot ratio 8:1
|Batteries included||Batteries included|
|Laser||Laser class II|
|Minimum temperature range||-38°C|
|Maximum temperature range||520°C|
|Number of batteries||2|
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