Two-in-one laser thermometer available from DMMJanuary 22, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Digital Measurement Metrology’s mission is to offer high precision, high technology measurement solutions for the manufacturing sector. That’s why the Brampton, Ont.-based company only carries measurement instruments that promise quality, accuracy and reliability — products like Shimana SHSEIR122 Infrared Laser Thermometers.
The SHSEIR122 is a two-in-one laser thermometer that can provide non-contact temperature measurements thanks to Infrared (IR) sensors, as well as contact measurements with the help of the K-type thermocouple included.
The thermometer has a built-in laser pointer, which identifies the target area. It features a high 30:1 distance-to-spot-size ratio, making it easy to measure smaller surface areas at greater distances. In addition, it can measure temperatures from -50 to 1050 degrees C, or up to 1370 degrees C with the included K-type thermocouple.
The versatile IR laser thermometer has digitally adjustable emissivity from 0.10 to 1.0, which means it can match a wide variety of materials. Additional features include the ability to program min/max, high and low alarms, 20 points data memory, the option to switch between Celsius and Fahrenheit, automatic emissivity capture, a backlit display, auto data hold and shut off, and a trigger lock.
Thanks to these features, the Shimana IR thermometer gun is the ideal solution for a wide range of applications, including food preparation, safety and fire inspections, fleet maintenance and much more.
Shimana SHSEIR122 Infrared Laser Thermometers are available in Canada from Digital Measurement Metrology, a provider of quality metrology products with more than 25 years of experience in the field. The company also offers calibration services from its state-of-the-art calibration facility for this and many of the other instruments it carries.
To learn more, contact Digital Measurement Metrology.