|2 AA (No.5) Alkaline Batteries DC-3V
|Resolution Working Temperature Conditions
|10.0 DegreeC~50.0 DegreeC
|1 to 15 cm
|15.4 x 9.8 x 3.9 cm
|Measurement Temperature Range
|32.0 DegreeC~ 42.9 DegreeC
|Storage Conditions Temperature
|-20 DegreeC~55 DegreeC
|Low Voltage Indication
|<2.5V Will Be Displayed As Low Voltage
|Automatic Shutdown Time
|Within 20 Seconds
How do I use my Microtek Infrared thermometer?
Microtek portable infrared thermometer, with many features available, the basic function is very similar in almost all models. The first step is to take a measure, determining the target you want. All thermometers controlled by infrared laser no matter how they are designed will have ways to "identify" the tool on the target. Some versions are simply made in such a way that targeting is a target. Some have a guide such as a laser location, or a group of laser markers that indicate the target area. The temperature measurement is taken when the "trigger" is activated. This is usually a button located under the pyrometer (gun style), or higher (television remote control style). The accuracy of the measure depends on certain factors.
How do Microtek infrared thermometers work?
Everything that is liquid, solid, or gas - is constantly exchanging hot energy in the form of electric radiation and the environment. If there is a temperature difference between the object in question and the environment, there will be a complete heat transfer in the form of heat. This means that the cold object will be heated carelessly around the environment, and then the warm object will be cooled. If the object in question is at the same ambient temperature, the net radiation energy exchange will be zero. In any case, the magnitude of the radiation signals depends on the object and the total ambient temperature relative to zero completely (0 K, -273.16 ° C, -459.69 ° F). Microtek Infrared thermometers take advantage of this "radiation dependence" at temperatures to produce the target object and show the results for the operator to read.
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