Handheld dual-laser infrared thermometer

  • 18-Apr-2017 07:24 EDT


OMEGA Engineering’s (Norwalk, CT) new OS758-LS handheld dual-laser infrared thermometer delivers reliable non-contact measurement for instant troubleshooting. The device measures temperatures up to 1600°C (2912°F) with adjustable emissivity for the most accurate results. The high 60:1 D:S ratio allows precise measurements from a safe distance. Featuring a rugged design, the OS758-LS is suitable for various uses including equipment and electrical maintenance, automotive diagnostics, monitoring production lines, and HVAC system testing. To operate, users can point, pull the trigger, and view the surface temperature within a second, the company claims. Users can download and save the detailed data for documentation with the included accessories.

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