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    Testo 104-IR Infrared Thermometer, Max Temperature +250°C, ±1.5 %, ±1 °C, ±2.0 °C, ±2.5 °C, Centigrade

    RS Stock No.:
    777-0453
    Mfr. Part No.:
    0560 1040
    Brand:
    Testo
    Testo
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    104-IR Infrared Thermometer, Max Temperature +250°C, ±1 °C, ±1.5 %, ±2.0 °C, ±2.5 °C, Centigrade With RS Calibration
    Calibration Type:
    RSCAL
    RS Stock No.
    776-4922

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    RS Stock No.:
    777-0453
    Mfr. Part No.:
    0560 1040
    Brand:
    Testo

    RoHS Status: Not Applicable

    COO (Country of Origin):
    CN

    Legislation and Compliance

    RoHS Status: Not Applicable

    COO (Country of Origin):
    CN

    Product Details

    Testo 104-IR Multi-Scanning Thermometer with Penetration Control


    Infrared and penetration measurements are made possible with this multipurpose laser thermometer. Featuring a precise 2-point laser and 10:1 optics display for error-free measurements. This device is high quality, robust and fits inside your pocket thanks to it's folding mechanism.

    Waterproof (IP65) and HACCP-compliant, the contact or non-contact option makes this the ideal thermometer for the food industry. Just pull out the probe and the display jumps in to action, whilst the IR measurements start at the touch of a button. The 104-IR can scan the surface temperature of individual foods or entire pallets, making quality control quick and simple.


    Features and Benefits:


    • Easy to use
    • -30°C to 250°C measurement range
    • LCD display illuminated
    • 197g
    • 0.10 to 1.00 adjustable emissivity


    FAQ's


    Are infrared thermometers dangerous?


    Infrared thermometers are not harmful, they do not emit radiation, only measure it like a digital camera.


    How accurate are infrared thermometers?


    The majority of IR thermometers have a measurement error specification, which shows their best accuracy. The surface being measured can also affect accuracy. Reflective objects result in lower measurements than the actual temperature, whilst non-reflective surfaces give higher measurement. The emissivity of a surface is how effective it is at emitting energy as thermal radiation, as such some IR thermometers have adjustable emissivity settings.
    Distance to spot ratio is also essential in providing accurate temperature measurements, if an infrared thermometer is too close to its target area, heat can build up in the device. This can give false readings or damage the temperature sensors, therefore it is essential to always follow a manufacturers guidelines.


    Supplied with

    2 batteries type AAA and calibration protocol

    Testo Infrared Thermometer, -30°C to +250°C, 0.1°C Resolution - 104 Series - 0560 1040


    Use this reliable infrared thermometer from Testo for temperature measurements in domestic, commercial and industrial environments. It combines a two-point laser for non-contact sensing with a penetrating probe for core measurement, making it a versatile choice for use in a variety of applications. The device has a robust acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) housing that provides impact resistance, so it won't wear or break under pressure. Its liquid-crystal display (LCD) screen gives a clear view of measured values for ease of use, and it measures temperatures as low as -30°C or as high as +250°C for a high degree of versatility.


    Features & Benefits


    • IP65 (ingress protection) rating means it can withstand dust and low-pressure water jets
    • Folding mechanism makes it portable enough to fit into your pocket
    • Fast measurement rate of 0.5s for quick detection of temperature changes


    Applications


    • Restaurants and cafeterias
    • Food processing facilities


    What does distance-to-spot (D:S) ratio refer to?


    The distance-to-spot ratio is the size of the area being measured in relation to the distance of the thermometer from the spot. This thermometer has a D:S ratio of 10:1, making it easy to take measurements at a distance.



    Specifications

    AttributeValue
    Absolute Maximum Temperature Measurement+250°C
    Temperature ScaleCentigrade
    Distance to Spot Ratio10:1
    Absolute Minimum Temperature Measurement-30°C
    Best Accuracy±1.5 %, ±1 °C, ±2.0 °C, ±2.5 °C
    Model Number p104-IR
    Resolution0.1 °C
    Length281mm
    Width48mm
    Height21mm
    Dimensions281 x 48 x 21mm
    Weight197g
    18 In stock for delivery next working day
    24 available from Europe for delivery within 2 working day(s).
    Add to Basket
    Units

    Added

    Price Each

    kr 1 358,93

    (exc. VAT)

    kr 1 698,66

    (inc. VAT)

    UnitsPer unit
    1 +kr 1 358,93

    Calibration Options:

    104-IR Infrared Thermometer, Max Temperature +250°C, ±1 °C, ±1.5 %, ±2.0 °C, ±2.5 °C, Centigrade With RS Calibration
    Calibration Type:
    RSCAL
    RS Stock No.
    776-4922

    Price Each

    kr 2 353,93

    (exc. VAT)

    kr 2 942,41

    (inc. VAT)