ScanTemp 450 Infrared Thermometer with integral type K thermocouple socket
The ScanTemp 450 Infrared Thermometer is compact, gun-shaped, lightweight and easy to use. Simply aim, then pull the trigger to display the temperature of the item being measured. The LCD display with backlit gives a digital read-out of temperature over the range of -60 to 500°C.
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Incoming food, food on display, food in storage. The ScanTemp 450 infrared thermometer allows you to carry out quick and reliable temperature and food safety checks in the course of your busy working day. Ideal for use in the food sector, restaurants, hotels, catering and the retail industry.
This infra-red thermometer has a clear, easy to read, LCD display with low battery indication and incorporates an auto power off facility that turns the instrument off after 60 seconds, maximising battery life. The ScanTemp 450 now features an eight dot circle laser indicator, which allows you to precisely target the diameter of the area to be measured. As you move closer or further from the target the laser circle changes diameter.
The ScanTemp 450 three-button keypad allows the user to select °C/°F and max/min. Additionally, the difference between the maximum and minimum temperature and the average temperature can be displayed.
Two instruments in one
The ScanTemp 450 infrared thermometer incorporates a miniature thermocouple type K probe socket (probe not supplied) that enables a wide range of type K thermocouple probes to be used for a variety of temperature measurement applications, including air, liquid and surface temperatures. For details of compatible type K thermocouple probes, please click here.
Note: If you select Accredited Calibration Certificate (IPAC) when purchasing this product, click the Product Customization TAB and fill in the second field (TEXT - Required temperature calibration points.) with the respective required points or simply attach a copy of a calibration certificate.
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