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FLIR TG56 IR Thermometer, Max Temperature +650°C, ±1 °C, Centigrade, Fahrenheit


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RS Stock No.:
922-8768
Mfr. Part No.:
TG56
Brand:
FLIR
COO (Country of Origin):
CN
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FLIR TG56 Digital Spot IR Thermometer


The FLIR TG56 is a handheld pistol grip infrared thermometer that is easy to use and is suitable for lots of applications that require measuring temperatures. features. The FLIR TG56 features laser pointers and work lights, the work light definitely adds extra functionality for use in dark environments. This IR Thermometer makes non-contact surface temperature readings possible for hard to reach places, the TG56 thermometer can measure from a safe distance.

Designed with a colour screen, navigation and select settings are made easy. Featuring new mode options, users are able to view a current reading alongside the last 2 readings simultaneously. Built-in laser targeting assists with identifying target areas and the display provides stunning visual high and low alarms. With a tough and rugged design this device is ideal for harsh environments, built to withstand a 3-meter drop. Slim, light and convenient for carrying in your back pocket wherever you go.


Features and Benefits:


  • Precise, non-contact measurements of temperature

  • 1.45" TFT LCD screen

  • Rugged, industrial casing will withstand a drop of up to 3m

  • High/low visual alarms

  • Built-in laser targeting system makes it easy to identify the measurement point

  • 128 x 128 pixels

  • -30°C to 650°C (-22°F to 1202°F) temperature range

  • 24:1 distance-to-spot ratio

  • IP56 rating

  • LED work light

  • Rugged design


Applications


  • Ventilation Units

  • Motors

  • Transformers

  • Bad electrical connections

  • Fuses


Frequently asked questions


Q: Are infrared thermometers dangerous?

A: infrared thermometers are not harmful, they do not emit radiation, only measure it like a digital camera


Q: How accurate are infrared cameras?

A: 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 measurements. 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 manufacturer's guidelines.


Supplied with

Wrist strap lanyard, quick start guide, user manual (CD), 3 x AAA batteries and general purpose Type K input thermocouple

AttributeValue
Absolute Maximum Temperature Measurement+650°C
Temperature ScaleCentigrade, Fahrenheit
Best Accuracy±1 °C
Absolute Minimum Temperature Measurement-30°C
Distance to Spot Ratio30:1
Emissivity0.1 → 0.99
Model Number pTG56
Resolution0.1 °C
Response Time≤150 ms