|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.4 x 6.7 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||IRT0421|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Special Features||Accuracy (Tobj=59 to 95-degrees F,Tamb=77- C): +/-1.8-degrees F (1.0 C), Accuracy (Tobj= 32 to 932-degrees F, Tamb=73 +/- 5-degrees F): +/-2% of reading or 4-degrees F (2 C), Emissivity: 0.95 Fixed, Resolution (-9.9 to 199.9-degrees F or C): 0.1-degrees F (0.1 C), Battery Life: 14 hours continuous use|
Kintrex IRT0421 Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer with Laser Targeting
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- Accuracy (Tobj=59 to 95-degrees F,Tamb=77- C): +/-1.8-degrees F (1.0 C)
- Accuracy (Tobj= 32 to 932-degrees F, Tamb=73 +/- 5-degrees F): +/-2% of reading or 4-degrees F (2 C)
- Emissivity: 0.95 Fixed
- Resolution (-9.9 to 199.9-degrees F or C): 0.1-degrees F (0.1 C)
- Battery Life: 14 hours continuous use
This infrared thermometer provides accurate readings over a broad range of temperatures, from -76 to 932 degrees Fahrenheit (-60 to 500 degrees Celsius). It displays both the current temperature and maximum temperature on the bright backlit LCD display. Advanced ergonomic design and rugged construction for industrial environments, the IRT0421 comes with a nylon holster for easy storage and transportation. This non-contact infrared thermometer has been designed for a broad range of uses including automotive diagnostics, HVAC service, electrical troubleshooting, cooking and food preparation, and hobbies.
Advantages of Using KINTREX Thermometers
- Ability to measure hazardous or inaccessible objects.
- Ability to measure high temperatures.
- Ability to measure a moving target.
- Eliminates contamination and mechanical effect on the target.
- Speed. Typical infrared thermometer measurements takes less than one second.
What's in the Box
- KINTREX IRT0421 Digital Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer with Integrated Laser Sight
- Two AAA Alkaline Batteries
- Padded Nylon Carrying Case with Belt Loop
- Operating Instructions
This advanced thermometer grips comfortably and provides rapid readings without target contact. View larger.
With a 12:1 distance to target ratio, the thermometer measures smaller surface areas at greater distances. View larger.
The IRT0421 has an advanced and highly accurate infrared sensor with a Distance to Spot Ratio of 12:1. It uses two AAA batteries instead of the 9-volt battery commonly found in less capable units. With its low-voltage, application-specific integrated circuit, the thermometer's battery life is increased by up to 60-percent.
This infrared thermometer provides accurate readings over a broad range of temperatures from -76 to 932 degrees Fahrenheit (-60 to 500 degrees Celsius). It displays both current temperature and maximum temperature on the bright backlit LCD display.
Featuring an ergonomic pistol-grip design and rugged ABS construction for industrial environments, the IRT0421 comes with a nylon holster for easy storage and transportation. This versatile non-contact infrared thermometer has been designed for a broad range of uses, including automotive diagnostics, HVAC service, electrical troubleshooting, cooking and food preparation, and hobbyist activities.
Measure Difficult Targets in Less Than a Second
Speedy. Sanitary. Safe. With the IRT0421, you'll have the ability to measure high temperatures, hazardous and inaccessible objects, and even moving targets, all in less than one second. Accurate readings are as simple as pulling the trigger and aiming. And the thermometer's non-contact design eliminates risk of contaminating or mechanically effecting the target, so you can tackle the job worry-free.
This product is covered by KINTREX's 2-year warranty.
What's in the Box
KINTREX IRT0421 Digital Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer with Integrated Laser Sight, two AAA Alkaline Batteries, Padded Nylon Carrying Case with Belt Loop, Operating Instructions
Heat can significantly affect electronics, so keeping a close eye on temperatures is a must, especially for high-performance computing applications. View larger.
An infrared thermometer is the ideal tool to diagnose, inspect, and check the performance of heating and cooling equipment and to determine the efficiency of installed insulation in exterior walls.View larger.
Infrared thermometers make it easy and safe to identify engine misfires, cooling system problems, air conditioner malfunctions, and more. View larger.
Top Customer Reviews
This device should work well with measuring temperature of candy, melted soap, oils, foods cooked at relatively low temperature such as breads, or food that you are re-heating. It should also work very well for examining doughs.
It should also work well on most non-metallic painted surfaces.
It should work *somewhat* on windows, as they have a fairly high emissivity, and low transmittance to infrared (that is, infrared light does not pass through them even though visible light does).
Do *not* use it on any unpainted metals.
Product does NOT have adjustable emissitivity which means it can read higher or lower than the real surface temperature depending on the reflective consistency of the surface being measured.
This product is fine for a quick ball park temperature reading and is great to use to scan across a surface to find any temperature deviation like a wall area.
I am very pleased with my purchase. This device is very quick to respond and it seems to be quite accurate when used properly. One of the main reasons I chose this infrared thermometer over the Fluke, Raytek or Sears Craftsman was that it uses 2 AAA batteries rather than a 9-volt battery. I've had the Kintrex for about a month now and I'm still using the original batteries which show no signs of weakness yet. The display is very easy to read even in a dark room (it's backlighted) and you can switch from Fahrenheit to Celsius simply by pressing a button.
As far as I'm concerned, you can't beat the Kintrex for the price.
First, the display is backlit and very readable inside, but just a bit faint outside in bright daylight. It fits the palm of the hand better than other devices belonging to friends I've tried, and provides sturdy, dependable, and accurate information indoors.
I bought mine to check for temperature leaks for recaulking and insulating my house, but I am astounded to how useful it is indoors. First, in the kitchen, check that oven temperature or the outside of the loaf of bread you are baking. I bought mine for that, although remember what other writers have said about how large an area you may be measuring relative to the laser pointer.
In your home entertainment cabinet, check the air temperature around your receiver and other gear -- you may find out that it's getting warmer than you want -- and you'll see the consequences of leaving that power on. Same with your PCs -- check the output temp of the fans on your laptop. If you want to know if your A/C is working properly, a quick shot up to the output baffle will confirm the temp of the cold air coming out there -- no more getting a ladder or stool to hold your hand up to it and guess. Check food temperature in the kitchen, including your freezer or fridg, and make sure you and your family are safe. I am sure there are dozens, if not hundreds of uses for this gadget around your home, workshop, office, and kitchen.
My biggest problem with the thermometer is the laser, the infrared temperature reads from a much larger area than the laser points to and until you get used to the unit you may be confused by the temperature reading for areas at a distance of 4 feet or more away.
But all in all a great product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
LOL. I'm stupid. For some reason, I thought I could use this to take a child's temperature. Its fun to play with!Published 2 days ago by J. Sharp
Excellent product....Good to find cold areas in your home walls etc..Published 6 days ago by Werner Geiger
not accurate and no way to calibrate it. Its not even close on being right!Published 8 days ago by scott sustar
Seems to be very accurate when compared to a thermocouple and an older Fluke IR thermometer.Published 11 days ago by kermit80526
Very disappointed in this. Readings change every second and range for 300 to 110 degrees and keep changing while you point it at the meat. Read morePublished 25 days ago by ctancredi