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    Non-contact Infrared Laser Thermometer for Cooking

    Non-contact infrared laser thermometer for cooking with economic price for sale, optional °C/°F units function switch, measurement range (-50~600°C), (-58~1112°F). Non-contact thermometer come with high precision sensor, work in temperature (-50°C to 400°C), (-58°F to 752°F). Infrared laser thermometer comes with. Non-contact infrared thermometer with automatic shutdown for 30 seconds function, VA reverse display screen to show function parameters, response time <0.5 seconds. Usually measure temperature in air conditioner, light bulb, kettle and so on.
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    Non-contact infrared thermometer, can work in (-50°C to 400°C), (-58°F to 752°F) , power supply by AAA 7 battery*2. Optional °C/°F two units switch. Usually apply in oven, the heating, switch and refrigerator temperature measurement.

    IR thermometer with high precision sensor

    High-quality upgraded sensors, professional high and low temperature measurement, anti-interference/acceptance higher stability

    • Correct measurement method
    • When measuring boiling liquid, do not get close to water vapor, and keep the measurement angle at about 45-60 degrees
    IR thermometer using way

    Mode function changeover switch

    • Long press the mode button, adjust to °C/F unit, adjust and then press the measuring handle to measure


    Optional °C/°F unit switch

    Thermometer for cooking units

    Infrared thermometer performance option

    Non contact infrared thermometer size

    Infrared laser thermometer size


    Infrared thermometers measure the surface temperature of objects, and the measurement speed responds quickly and promptly. As long as the target infrared radiation is received, the temperature can be quickly determined in a short time. It is widely used in kettles, air conditioners, light bulbs, refrigerators, ovens, heating and other daily necessities temperature measurement.

    Laser thermometer applicationNon contact thermometer application

    Measuring range -50°C to 400°C -50°C to 600°C
    -58°F to 752°F -58°F to 1112°F
    Measurement accuracy ±(1.5% of reading+2°C) ±(1.5% of reading +2°C/4°F)
    Emission 0.1 to 1.0
    Field of view ratio D:S 12:1
    Response time <0.5 seconds
    Automatic shut-down 30 seconds
    Power supply AAA size 7 battery*2
    Size 153*79*44.8mm
    Net weight 104g
    Type Handheld
    Display method LCD
    Battery type AAA*2
    Material ABS



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    Q1: What is infrared thermometer?

    A1: Infrared thermometer is a temperature measuring instrument based on the principle of infrared rays. This kind of temperature measuring instrument can measure the temperature by the length of infrared rays. Infrared thermometer is a kind of measuring instrument, which can realize short-distance measurement and long-distance measurement, and is a kind of temperature-measuring instrument that can be used in various environments.

    Q2: How does infrared thermometer work?

    A2: Infrared radiation is the most widespread electromagnetic wave radiation in nature. Objects with a temperature above absolute zero will radiate infrared rays due to their own molecular motion. After the power signal radiated by the object is converted into an electrical signal by the infrared detector, the output signal of the imaging device can completely simulate the spatial distribution of the surface temperature of the scanned object one by one. After being processed by the electronic system, it is transmitted to the display screen and obtained the thermal image corresponding to the heat distribution on the surface of the object.

    Q3: What is infrared thermometer used for?

    A3: Today, infrared thermal imaging systems have been widely used in fields such as electric power, fire protection, petrochemical and medical treatment. Infrared thermal imaging cameras are playing a pivotal role in the development of the world economy.

    Tips: What should we pay attention to when use  infrared thermometer?

    1. Determine the temperature measurement range: The temperature measurement range is the most important performance index of the thermometer. Some thermometer products have a range of -50°C to +3000°C, but this cannot be done by one type of infrared thermometer. Each type of thermometer has its own specific temperature range. Therefore, the user's measured temperature range must be considered accurately and comprehensively, neither too narrow nor too wide.
    2. Determine target size. Infrared thermometers can be divided into single-color thermometers and two-color thermometers (radiation colorimetric thermometers) according to the principle. For a monochromatic thermometer, when measuring temperature, the area of the target to be measured should fill the field of view of the thermometer. It is recommended that the measured target size exceed 50% of the field of view. If the target size is smaller than the field of view, the background radiation energy will enter the visual and acoustic symbols of the thermometer and interfere with the temperature measurement readings, causing errors.
    3. Determining the distance factor (optical resolution). The distance coefficient is determined by the ratio of D:S, that is, the ratio of the distance D between the probe of the thermometer to the target and the diameter of the target to be measured. If the thermometer must be installed far away from the target due to environmental conditions, and a small target must be measured, a thermometer with high optical resolution should be selected. The higher the optical resolution, i.e. increasing the D:S ratio, the higher the cost of the pyrometer.
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