FDA Approved Non-contact Infrared (IR) Thermometer (-58F to 932F) w/ Laser Sight MAX Display and Emissivity Adjustable FDA/FCC/CE/ROHS Approved
An infrared thermometer is a thermometer which infers temperature from a portion of the thermal radiation sometimes called blackbody radiation emitted by the object being measured. They are sometimes called laser thermometers if a laser is used to help aim the thermometer, or non-contact thermometers or temperature guns, to describe the device's ability to measure temperature from a distance.
The Nubee Temperature Gun comes with everything you need to get started: Nubee NUB8500H Temperature Gun Non-contact Infrared Thermometer; 9V DC battery; and a Nubee NUB8500H Temperature Gun User's manual.
It is very sturdy and works as advertised. I use mine to check the temperature of my swimming pool.
NUB8500H is our 2014 newest product, compare with NUB8550, there are two more new function:
- Max temperature function: it can take the highest temperature of the area tested by scanning and save the data at the bottom of the screen.
- EMS adjustable function: each article has its suitable emissivity, the adjustable emissivity function can make the test more accurate by adjust suitable emissivity for different articles.
- Max temperature function: it can take the highest temperature of the area tested by scanning and save the data at the bottom of the screen
- Ems adjustable function each object has its suitable emissivity, it can make test more accurate by adjust suitable emissivity for different objects
- Measures in Celsius or Fahrenheit (range: -50 to +500 /-58 Degree F to +932 Degree F), auto shut-off & low battery indicator
- Red laser pointer for precise aiming, powered by one 9-volt battery(include); take accurate temperature readings with this handheld gun
- U.S. FDA, FCC, CE, ROHS approved
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