The RayTemp 3 infrared thermometer is ideal for use in the food industry.
He moves compact, light and easy to use.
Aim and just pull the trigger to display the temperature of the measured element.
In addition, the LCD screen will display the maximum temperature.
The infrared thermometer measures the temperature on a range -60 to 500 ° C with a guaranteed accuracy of ± 1 ° C on the critical food range 0 to 65 ° C, outside this range ± 2% of reading or depending on the value is greater than an ambient temperature between 15 ° C and 25 ° C, with repeatability of ± 1 ° C of reading.
The Raytemp® 3 incorporates a clear, easy-to-read LCD display with a low battery, a laser and backlight indication and auto power off function which turns off the instrument after 15 seconds, thus maximizing battery life.
The RayTemp® 3 is ideal for measuring surface temperatures of foods, eliminating the need to touch or contaminate the foods you are measuring, thus avoiding the risk of cross-contamination.
Unit can be used by anyone because it is not necessary to focus or adjust the instrument.
Each RayTemp®3 has a single push button, allowing the user to select ° C or ° F.
The thermometer also incorporates a circular laser, which allows you to precisely target the diameter of the area to be measured.
As you get closer or further away from the target, the laser circle changes diameter.
The unit incorporates a 12: 1 optical ratio (target distance / diameter ratio) and a fixed emissivity of 0,97, which makes it more suitable for chilled and frozen foods, although this thermometer can be used for a wide range of other applications.
Beach: -60 to 500 ° C
Resolution: 0,1 ° C or ° F (-9,9 to 199,9 ° C) or 1 ° C
Accuracy - infrared: ± 1 ° C (0 to 65 ° C) otherwise ± 2 ° C or ± 2% of the highest value
Field of view : target ratio 12: 1
Emissivity: 0,97 fixed
Drums : 2 x 1,5 volts AAA
Autonomy: 140 hours of continuous use
Display: Custom LCD
Dimensions: 40 x 66 x 155 mm
Weight: 180 grams
Housing material: ABS plastic
Measuring scale : Celsius / Fahrenheit