Posted on August 1, 2008 - ( views)
The ST640 series of handheld infrared thermometers are the ergonomically designed units providing users with a wide range of features, including a novel backlit LCD display that changes to red when the measured temperature reaches either of the user-adjustable high and low alarmlimits. There is also an audible alarm to make sure that the user is in no doubt when the target has reached one of the pre-set temperature limits. These features combine to make scanning large areas for hot orcold spots quick and easy. There are currently two models to choose from. The first, model ST640, has a fixed emissivity setting of 0.95, which makes it ideal for most organic-based materials and non-shiny (painted, corroded or anodised) metals. The second, model ST642, has a built-in miniature socket for a type K thermocouple, allowing both non-contact and contact measurements to be made by one instrument. It also has an adjustable emissivity setting of between 0.1 and 1.0.
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LU7 4TZ Leighton Buzzard
with built in touch screen display and data logging
Used by a major tire manufacturer
for demanding applications including low temperature metals
for DC/DC converters
with miniature sensing head
with USB interface
with narrow optics and wide temperature range
with remote adjustable emissivity setting
non-contact, infra-red with USB connection
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