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RS PRO Infrared Thermometer, Max Temperature +380 °C, +716 °F, ±1 %, Centigrade, Fahrenheit With RS Calibration

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RS Pro RS820 Infrared Thermometer (non-contact)

RS PRO RS820 is an easy-to-use IR thermometer (sometimes called laser thermometers or non-contact thermometers) for reading thermal radiation emitted from any given object where a probe is not appropriate. This allows precise temperature measurements, provides rapid detection with a dual laser and features a 12:1 spot ratio. An illuminated negative digital display provides clear readings. When reading surface temperature the non-contact thermometer has a large temperature range of -50 to 380°C with an accuracy ± 1% of the reading.

Infrared thermometers are an essential device for individuals who need to measure the temperatures of something without physically touching the item. This handheld temperature gun does not rely on physical contact with the object which is having its temperature taken but measures the radiated infrared energy emanating from that object. This enables temperature measurements to be made of items such as rotating machinery, busbars carrying electric current, or inaccessible objects which would be difficult or hazardous to touch.

RS PRO have a range of IR thermometers that are robust and versatile and will suit all your requirements. The whole range has been RS approved meaning they are cost-effective and high quality you can rely on.

Features and Benefits:

• 12:1 distance-to-spot ratio
• Easy-to-use
• User selectable °C or °F
• Rapid detection 150ms
• Automatic Data Hold
• Auto Power Off (saves battery)
• Size (H x W x D): 131 x 96 x 35 mm
• Weight: 130 g
• Fixed emissivity of 0.95

Typical Applications

These types of thermometers read thermal radiation emitted from any given object where a probe is not appropriate. They can be found in:
• Food preparation
• Safety and Fire inspections
• Plastic moulding
• Asphalt, Marine and Screen Printing
• Measure ink and dryer temperature
• Diesel and Fleet maintenance


Are calibrated versions available?
Yes, calibration is available for some markets, please click on the link for more information.

Are infrared thermometers dangerous?
IR thermometers are not harmful, they do not emit radiation, only measure it like a digital camera.

Absolute Maximum Temperature Measurement+380 °C, +716 °F
Temperature ScaleCentigrade, Fahrenheit
Best Accuracy±1 %
Absolute Minimum Temperature Measurement-50°C
Distance to Spot Ratio12:1
Resolution0.1 °C
Response Time150 ms