FIRT 1600 Data

FIRT 1600 Data

Infrared Thermometer

  • 800020
For very high temperature measurements. With integrated memory for monitoring and analysis.... more
Product information "FIRT 1600 Data"

For very high temperature measurements.

With integrated memory for monitoring and analysis.

Trades and tasks: Foundry, monitoring of: brake drums, discs, electric motors, exhaust systems.

Features

  • For non-contact temperature measurement with laser dot
  • 150 ms fast sampling with 1 % accuracy
  • High temperature range
  • Built-in dual laser pointers for accurate targeting
  • Permanent measuring
  • Compatible with all standard connector Type-K thermocouples
  • USB interface
  • Memory for 99 measurements
  • Easy transmission of data to PC via USB interface
Laser class: 2
Ø measuring spot at 100 cm: 20 mm
Extended size: 204 x 155 x 52 mm
Accuracy: ± 0.5 % ± 1.5 °C ((TK) -50 °C to +1370 °C), ± 1.0 % ± 1 °C ((IR) +20 °C to +400 °C)
Auflösung: 0,1°C until 1000°C, 1°C at 1000°C
Response time: < 150 ms
Max, Min, DIF, AVG record: yes
D(istance):S(pot): 50:1
Power supply: 9 V battery
High and low alarm: yes
Illuminated display: yes
Auto data HOLD: yes
Laser pointer: yes, dual
Emissivity: adjustable 0.10 – 1.0
Weight: 0,3 kg
Temperature range: -50°C - +1600°C
Eigenschaften: "FIRT 1600 Data"
Laser class: 2
Ø measuring spot at 100 cm: 20 mm
Extended size: 204 x 155 x 52 mm
Accuracy: ± 0.5 % ± 1.5 °C ((TK) -50 °C to +1370 °C), ± 1.0 % ± 1 °C ((IR) +20 °C to +400 °C)
Auflösung: 0,1°C until 1000°C, 1°C at 1000°C
Response time: < 150 ms
Max, Min, DIF, AVG record: yes
D(istance):S(pot): 50:1
Power supply: 9 V battery
High and low alarm: yes
Illuminated display: yes
Auto data HOLD: yes
Laser pointer: yes, dual
Emissivity: adjustable 0.10 – 1.0
Weight: 0,3 kg
Temperature range: -50°C - +1600°C
Included in the scope of delivery: Battery USB cable... mehr
Included in the scope of delivery:
  • Battery
  • USB cable
  • Mini tripod
  • Type-K temperature probe
  • Case

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