The AstroAI Infrared Thermometer Gun quickly reads and displays temperature results thanks to advanced technologies that also will let you take these temperatures from a secure distance. Professionals use Infrared Thermometer guns for everything from cooking, baking, and barbecuing, to checking engine and tire temperatures in Auto Racing.
Whether you wish to have to check the temperature of a freezer, or how hot the asphalt is on a racetrack, the AstroAI IR Thermometer will do the job! Features like Data Hold, Backlit Screen, and Integrated Laser Pointer make this device such a lot easier to use, even at long distances or tight work spaces.
Temperature Range: -58℉~1022℉ / -50℃~550℃
Distance to Spot Ratio: 12:1
Accuracy: ±2% or 2℃
Resolution: 0.1oC or 0.1oF
Repeatability: 1% of reading or 1℃
Response Time: <500ms
Spectral Response: 8-14um
Storage Temperature: -20~60℃ (-4~140℉)
1 x AstroAI Infrared Thermometer
1 x 9V Battery
1 x User Manual
Take a look at our VIDEO on the left side and take a quick tour of AstroAI infrared thermometer!
ULTIMATE CONVENIENCE: It’s never been easier or safer to take temperature readings in the kitchen, garage, throughout home repairs, commercial heating, ventilation, air conditioning(HVAC) installation and more thanks to Innovative IR Thermometer Technology
ENHANCED ACCURACY: The Distance to Spot Ratio is 12:1, making it easier to appropriately measure temperatures from greater distances; An Integrated Laser assists with accurate aiming to better locate surface temperatures
INCREASED FUNCTIONALITY: The usage of the Thermometer Gun is simple thanks to features like Data Hold, an LCD backlit screen, Easy Fahrenheit/Celsius switch, 7 second Auto-Off, and Low Battery Indication so you never by accident run out of juice
SAFETY FIRST: Measure temperatures as frigid as -58°F or has scorching as 1022°F, all at a secure distance from the temperature source
3 Years Warranty from AstroAI
Note: Temperature readings from this devices are inanimate objects. The measured temperature for humans or animals might not be correct