Milwaukee 2266-20 Laser Temp-Gun

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Milwaukee 2266-20 Laser Temp-Gun
$119.00
The Milwaukee Laser TEMP-GUN Thermometer is a heavy duty pistol grip infrared thermometer for professional, residential, commercial and industrial applications.
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The Milwaukee Laser TEMP-GUN Thermometer is a heavy duty pistol grip infrared thermometer for professional, residential, commercial and industrial applications. With a temperature range of -20 to 932°F, a 12 to 1 distance to spot ratio and a K-Type thermocouple for contact temperature, the new unit provides a safe and accurate way to measure surface temperature for a wide variety of applications. Additional features include user configurable, Hi/Low alarm limits, an ergonomic pistol grip design, rugged over-molding for increased durability and grip, a large white on black display for clearer readings, a slide rail system to add proprietary accessories and on-board contact measurement input for increased accuracy. Covered by Milwaukee 5-Year Warranty.
Features
  • Surface Temperature Measurement from -20 to 932 degreeF (-30 to 500 degreeC)
  • 12:1 Distance to Spot Ratio. Measures a one foot spot from 12 feet away
  • User Configurable Hi/Low Alarm Settings
  • K-type thermocouple input for contact temperature
  • High Contrast, White on Black Display with Backlight for easy reading
  • Rugged over-molding increases durability and user grip
  • Hold, Max Value Functions
  • 0.95 fixed emissivity
Specifications
  • Temperature Range: -20° F to 932°F (-30°C to 500°C)
  • Distance to Spot Ratio: 12 to 1
  • Basic Accuracy: 1.50%
  • Contact Temperature: -22° F to 842° F (-30° C to 450° C)
  • Repeatability: 0.50%
  • Display Resolution: 0.1° F (0.1° C)
  • Response Time: <500ms
  • Emissivity: 0.95
  • HOLDMAX: Yes
  • Display Backlight: Yes
  • Display Type: White on Black LCD
  • Alarm HILO: Yes
  • Rugged Overmolding: Yes
  • Switch Type: Trigger
  • Length: 6.5 Inch
Includes

(1) Laser Temp-Gun (2266-20), (3) AA Batteries, (1) Manual

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