The ThermoTrace Waterproof Infrared Thermometer is durable, compact, and waterproof, ideal for many environments. Its sturdy and waterproof construction allows the infrared temperature thermometer to be able to monitor temperatures ranging from 32°F-932°F (0°C-500°C) from a distance (field of view ratio of 8:1). ThermoTrace Waterproof Infrared Thermometer has a 15:1 field of view and two measurement modes: regular and continuous. Alarm limits can be set for high and low-temperature readings, and a memory function stores up to 99 temperature data points. Due to these characteristics, it is a popular quality assurance tool.
Infrared Thermometers Applications
Distance: Infrared thermometers are typically used to measure the temperature of a subject from a distance. The device is useful when it is difficult to reach the object to record the temperature. For example, they can come in handy when measuring the temperature of air conditioning units that are often out of reach. Infrared thermometers can monitor engine cooling system performance or detect hotspots on electrical systems and panels with restricted access.
Dangerous: There are several advantages to measuring temperature from a distance. Not all temperatures can be measured by coming into direct contact with them. Building fires are one such example. In the event of a fire, firefighters frequently utilise infrared thermometers to locate hotspots. These devices allow them to obtain reliable results without endangering their lives. Another application for infrared thermometers is monitoring industrial equipment such as boilers, furnaces, and high-temperature process pipes. Workers can use these handheld devices to examine the surfaces of these systems for excessive temperatures without making direct contact. These devices can also measure temperatures in hazardous conditions.
Movement: Infrared thermometers are also effective for measuring the temperature of constantly moving objects. Since these instruments are highly responsive, there is little to no delay in sensing temperature fluctuations. As a result, they are suitable for detecting moving objects’ temperatures since the object’s speed does not skew the results. Examples include measuring the temperature of conveyor belts in a processing plant and moving machinery, rollers, and other objects where temperature control is necessary.
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- Instant non-contact surface temperature measurement
- Useful with moving products or for hard to reach places
- Completely waterproof (IP67 compliant)
- Two measuring modes: normal and continuous
- Alarm settings for high and low-temperature limits
- Memory function holds up to 99 points of temperature data
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