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Fluke 568 Ex Intrinsically Safe Mini Infrared Thermometer

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Original price was: AED 7,200.Current price is: AED 7,000. (excl.VAT)

Fluke 572-2 High Temperature Infrared Thermometer

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Fluke 568 Infrared And Contact Thermometer

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Fluke 566-2 Thermal Gun Infrared & Contact Thermometer

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Fluke 566 Thermal Gun Infrared & Contact Thermometer

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Extech 42545 High Temperature IR Thermometer

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Fluke 561 HVAC Infrared & Contact Thermometer

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Laser Thermometers

A handheld device used to monitor temperature without making physical touch is a laser thermometer, often referred to as an infrared thermometer or a non-contact thermometer. It makes use of infrared technology to find and gauge the thermal radiation that a surface or object emits.

In many different fields and applications where non-contact temperature measurement is necessary, such as HVAC systems, vehicle diagnostics, food safety, industrial maintenance, electrical troubleshooting, and medical applications, laser thermometers are frequently utilized.

A secure and non-contact way to detect temperature is with a laser thermometer. They don’t really contact the surface or object being measured; instead, they use infrared technology to measure the thermal radiation it emits.

A laser pointer or laser sighting device that aids in targeting and locating the target region for temperature measurement is frequently included in laser thermometers. The laser beam makes sure that the target surface is accurately targeted and aligned.

In conclusion, laser thermometers offer quick readings, rapid readings, adjustable emissivity, wide temperature ranges, and other features to improve usability and efficiency. They also allow convenient and accurate non-contact temperature measurement in a variety of applications.


Q: How does a laser thermometer work?

A: Laser thermo-meters work based on the principle of infrared radiation. They emit a laser beam that reflects off the object’s surface and then measures the thermal radiation emitted by the object. The thermometer calculates the temperature based on the intensity of the thermal radiation received.

Q: Are laser thermo meters accurate?

A: Laser thermo-meters can provide accurate temperature measurements when used correctly and under appropriate conditions. However, factors such as distance, emissivity settings, and the presence of environmental factors (such as dust or steam) can affect accuracy. It is essential to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and calibrate the thermometer periodically for optimal accuracy.

Q:Can laser thermo-meters measure temperature in moving objects?

A:Laser thermo meters can measure temperature in moving objects, but it is essential to consider the speed and nature of the movement. Fast-moving objects or objects with a changing surface may require specific techniques or accessories to ensure accurate readings

Features of Laser Thermometers

  • Non contact thermometer
  • Laser Targeting
  • Temperature Range
  • Temperature Units
  • Adjustable Emissivity
  • Backlit Display
  • Best infrared thermometer for HVAC

Types of laser thermometers

  • High-Temperature Laser Thermometer
  • Medical Laser Thermometer
  • Laser temperature gun ace hardware
  • Industrial Process Laser Thermometer

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