Handheld IR thermometer

  • 14-Aug-2009 05:24 EDT


Omega Engineering’s portable and rugged OS530LE-W9 series of Omegascope wireless handheld IR thermometers provides solutions for many noncontact temperature measurement applications. Suitable for use in the automotive industry, the Omegascope features built-in laser sighting that is switchable between laser dot and circle patterns with either the laser beam flashing or continuous. With temperature ranges from -23 to +871°C (-9.4 to +1600°F), the series offers different optical fields of view from close focus to long range. The series provides features such as adjustable emissivity, backlit LCD display, high and low audible and visual alarms, analog output, PC interface, built-in distance measurement (optional), thermocouple input, and data storage. The LCD provides dual digital display of both current and maximum, minimum, differential, or average temperatures in either degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit simultaneously.

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