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Introducting the RayTemp 6: an infrared non-contact thermometer

The new RayTemp 6 infrared non-contact thermometer is a compact, durable and easy to use instrument: simply aim and pull the trigger to display the temperature of the item.

With a range of between being measured over the range of -60°C and 550°C, each thermometer incorporates an eight-dot circle laser indicator, which allows you to precisely target the diameter of the area to be measured. As you move closer or further from the target the laser circle changes diameter, indicating the measurement area. 

The unit incorporates a 12:1 optic ratio (target distance/diameter ratio) and features an adjustable emissivity which allows the user to measure a variety of surface types.

The RayTemp 6 has a clear, easy to read custom LCD display that features a backlight for when ambient light levels are low and an automatic power-off facility that turns the instrument off after 35 seconds when not in use, maximising battery life.

The thermometer is housed in a robust IP54 splash-proof case and features a three-button keypad, allowing the user to select °C/°F, display hold or one of the many mode options available - for example, maximum, mininum, differential or average temperature.

The RayTemp 6 infrared non-contact thermometer is competitively priced, at £55 each exclusive of VAT, and available direct from using ordering code 814-075.

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