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Digital Thermometer (Transparent)

Digital Thermometer (Transparent)

Description

Packing: plastic case, colored paper box, 10pcs/mid-box, 300pcs/ctn.

  • Display range 32℃ 42.0℃(90°F 107.6°F).
  • Accuracy: ±0.1℃ ±0.2°F).
  • Min. scale 0.1.
  • Memory: last temperature reading.
  • Measuring time: 60+/-10 seconds in oral 100+/-20 seconds. underarm (for reference only, it differs form people to people).
  • Beeper function, Fever alarm feature.
  • Auto shut-off.
  • Battery 1.5V button battery (LR/SR-41).
  • Battery Management:
Ref. No.: Size: Weight: Ctn Size:
NMDE102004 127x18x10mm;LCD:17.5 x7.5mm 10.5g 47x30x23.5cm.
Transparent Digital Thermometer , Infrared thermometers have obvious appeal—measuring the temperature of something without having to touch it or even be near it. But before you purchase an IR thermometer, there are some important questions you need to consider and some limitations you should keep in mind.

Digital Thermometer (Transparent)

Digital Thermometer (Transparent) That said, you can rest assured that Thermometers IR guns are the best in the business. No matter which unit you select, you can be sure you’ll receive a fast, highly accurate, and ruggedly durable product. Plus, all Thermometers IR guns come with warranties against defects in either components or workmanship for added peace of mind. Infrared thermometers are ideal for taking temperatures that need to be tested from a distance. They provide accurate temperatures without ever having to touch the object you’re measuring (and even if your subject is in motion). This is ideal when you can’t insert a probe into the item being measured, if the surface is out of reach, or if you have to keep your distance because of high heat. You might use an infrared thermometer to measure objects that are:
Fragile (computer circuitry) Dangerous (gears, molten metal) Impenetrable (frozen foods) Susceptible to contamination (foods, saline solution) Moving (conveyor belt, living organisms) Out of reach (air conditioning ducts, ear drums)

➤ INFRARED THERMOMETERS MEASURE SURFACE TEMPERATURE

Infrared thermometers are great for checking surface temperature, however, they do not measure the internal temperature of an object. Infrared thermometers are very fast, typically giving a reading in a fraction of a second, or the time it takes for the thermometer’s processor to perform its calculations. Their speed and relative ease of use have made infrared thermometers invaluable public safety tools in the food service industry, manufacturing, HVAC, asphalt & concrete, labs and countless other industrial applications.

LIMITATIONS OF INFRARED THERMOMETERS

Infrared thermometers can be very useful when used in the right way and put to task in the right applications. However, Transparent Digital Thermometer  before you can develop confidence in their ability to give fast temperatures, you need to understand their limitations. Infrared thermometers:
  • Only measure surface temperatures and NOT the internal temperature of food or other materials. An IR thermometer is not a substitute when an instant-read thermometer is needed to measure internal temperatures in foods.
  • Require adjustments depending on the surface being measured (See “What is emissivity” below)
  • Are not typically thought to be as highly accurate as surface probe measurements of the same surface*
  • Can be temporarily affected by frost, moisture, dust, fog, smoke or other particles in the air
  • Can be temporarily affected by rapid changes in ambient temperature
  • Can be temporarily affected by proximity to a radio frequency with an electromagnetic field strength of three volts per meter or greater
  • Do not “see through” glass, liquids or other transparent surfaces—even though visible light (like a laser) passes through them (i.e. if you point an IR gun at a window, you’ll be measuring the temperature of the window pane, not the outside temp).
* Note that in some unique instances, Infrared Thermometers can actually be MORE accurate than a surface probe because surface probes have their own temperature and can affect the surface being measured by coming into contact with it.