377BT Bluetooth Enabled Infrared Thermometer

£220.00

SKU: TPI377BT Category:
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Description

The 377BT is a non-contact temperature tester with laser sighting to confirm your target. It features a built in K-type thermocouple input for optional contact temperature measurement and Bluetooth communication capability.

Features

  • Combination non-contact IR & Contact thermometer
  • Bluetooth Communication
  • Adjustable emissivity (0.3 to 0.99)
  • Record Function
  • 11.5:1 Distance to Target Ratio
  • Laser Pointer
  • Temperature Ranges from -58 to 1832 degrees Fahrenheit

377BT Applications:

  • HVAC/R
  • Ambient Air
  • Calibrate Thermostats
  • Compressor Heads
  • Registers
  • Temperature Differential
  • Vents
  • FOOD
  • Grill & Surface Temperatures
  • ELECTRICAL
  • Cables
  • Circuit Breakers
  • Connections
  • Machinery
  • Motors & Transformers

WARNING LASER RADIATION, DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM, CLASS II LASER PRODUCT

Temperature Range -0° to 1832°F (-18° to 1000°C)
Accuracy @ 23°C and 0.95 emissivity ± 2% of reading or ± 3.5°F whichever is greater
Contact (K-Type) Range -40° to 2192°F (-40° to 1200°C)
Contact (K-Type) Accuracy ± 0.5% of reading ± 3°F (2°C)
Distance to Target Ratio 11.5:1
Response Time 1 Second
Spectral Response 7 to 14um
Emissivity 0.3 to 0.99 adjustable
Laser Sighting Output <1mW, Wavelength 645-660nm, Class II Laser

WARNING LASER RADIATION, DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM, CLASS II LASER PRODUCT

Selectable Units of Measure Yes, °C / °F
Display Resolution 0.1°F (°C) or 1°F (°C )
Display Hold Yes: Last reading held for 7 seconds after trigger release (70 second with BT active)
Operating Temperature 32°F to 120°F (0°C to 50°C)
Storage Temperature 14° to 140°F (-10 to 60°C)
Battery Type 9v
Bluetooth Communication Yes – Pass Code

1. What does “distance to spot ratio” mean?

    The laser spot needs to be showing inside the target area. An 8:1 “distance to spot ratio” means you are measuring a 1” diameter area at a distance of 8”.

2. How far can I measure?

    Distance is unlimited. The size of the target area sets the limit on distance for accurate measurements. Example: If the area you wish to measure is 1 foot in diameter, then you will need to be within 8 feet to record an accurate temperature.

3. What is the smallest target I can read?

    Approximately one-half inch in diameter.

4. What is emmisivity?

    This is a ratio of an object’s infrared emission compared to a theoretical black body considered 1. Emissivity is always less than 1. Adjustable emissivity allows your non-contact thermometer to be adjusted to the surface you are checking to make readings more accurate.