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Infrared Thermometer for OC'ers $33.99

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Infrared Thermometer 52224A - Pinpoint accuracy when aiming at components $33.99 + ship

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Description

Features Laser targeting accuracy, enhanced back-lit LCD display and an expanded temperature range of -20 degree C to 500 degree C, -4 degree F to 932 degree F.
The compact design is simple to use and easy to store.
Large easy to read 1" LCD display, scan mode, maximum temperature display, F/C button.
Has an increased distance to spot ratio of 12 to 1.
The unit includes a FREE MSC52220 1" analog thermometer (-10 to 100 degree C).
-4 to 932 F - non- contact temp readings.
12 to 1 ratio - increased distance to spot ratio.
Constant maximum temperature displayed - increased low end temp range.
Heavy-duty construction.
Many uses - food service, automotive, veterinary, household.
Packaged in plastic case.

Specifications:
Display is 4 digit LCD.
Field of view is 8 : 1.
Emissivity is 0.98.
Automatic power-off after 10 seconds.
Accuracy is +/- 20C (4 degree F), or +/- 2% of reading.
Resolution is 0.5 degree C/0.5 degree F.
Repeatability is within +/- 1% of reading or +/- 1 degree C (2 degree F).
Response time is 0.5 seconds.
Battery Life is approximately 15 hrs (Alkaline).

The 52224 also includes a 9V battery, instruction manual, and carrying case.
 

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That is a heck of a deal! I paid $200 bucks for mine!:eek:
 

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just ordered one thnx thoughtdisorder my reveiws are going to be sooooo much easier if someone finds a good sound meter cheap let me know k?
 
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Absolutely!:toast:

I ordered one as well. I've had one for years that was over $80 that's not even as good as this one. I not only like it because you can aim it directly at components (CPU,vid card,etc.) but I also use it for checking the air coming out of my A/C vents to see how my air is working, automotive uses,etc. I love it! :)
 

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i agree its a really good probe i wish it could hit a lttle more in the negatives tough im going to need like -50C i dont need ~1000F