|Item Weight||10.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 3 x 6.3 inches|
|Item model number||MT6|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MT6|
|National Stock Number||6685-01-558-7895|
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Raytek MT6 Non-contact MiniTemp Infrared Thermometer
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- Temperature range: -30º to 500ºC (-20º to 932ºF), Distance to spot size: 10:1 calculated @ 80% energy
- Instant current and max. readings
- Large, easy to read display
- Single dot laser sighting system
- Durable and compact design, power by a 9V Alkaline battery (included)
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It seemed to work on everything I tried, including the water in my pool (the laser looked especially cool shining underwater ;-). Check the temperature of your roof, food, drinks, your freezer. Compare the effect of paint color on the exterior temperature of your house. I've had it less than a day and I've already found uses for it I didn't anticipate before I got it.
This device appears to be the same thing as the Fluke 62 Mini Infrared Thermometer with the exception of color and this one selling for a lot less. Both have the following accuracy:
10ºC to 30ºC (50º F to 86º F): ±1ºC (2ºF)
Outside 10º C to 30º C (50ºF to 86ºF): ±1.5ºC (3ºF) or ±1.5% of reading, whichever is greater.Read more ›
One of the two units did have a minor issue with the laser being slightly off center but I removed the top rubber-like surround to the temperature reading head, opened the case, repositioned the laser to point toward the correct orientation, used hot glue to lock the laser base down, closed the case back up, and the laser pointed to the correct point. Since it was an easily correctable issue, I still gave five stars due to the technical value versus cost. Other purchasers may not have the mechanical competence to fix the same type of issue.
As mentioned in other reviews, the Raytek MT6 unit appears to be the same as the Fluke 62 Mini Infrared Thermometer except the Fluke color is yellow instead of Raytek black. We have both models and brands of units in our factory. The Raytek and Fluke instruction sheets are virtually the same. The Raytek instructions are targeted more towards the home or mechanic user with examples of looking at engine temperatures or heat / air conditioning vents versus the Fluke instructions showing more industrial applications being looked at for temperatures.Read more ›
I chose this model as it claims to have better accuracy than comparably priced competitors (±1.5%, or ±1.5°C (±3°F) whichever is greater). This might not be good enough for medical applications, but for cooking, car repair, or home heating uses it's pretty good. Also, it claims a narrower beam than other products with a 10:1 distance to radius ratio, allowing more accurate scans at a distance. And, supposedly, one standard 9V battery will last 12 hours of use, which given that a single scan is typically 5 seconds might as well be for a lifetime.
I've been quite happy with this product. I like the scan feature, where you can scan over an area keeping track of the hottest temperature. It's also nice that the optics are well shielded deep inside the device, making it unlikely I'll get fingerprints on them, and allowing me to stuff it in my pocket if needed. And, I like the laser guide, which my son uses to play Buzz Lightyear (I'm very careful to not let him point it at his or my eyes).
I'm so happy with this product, I'm thinking of giving them out as Christmas gifts this year.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this about 8 years ago and it's still reliable and working strong. I use it to measure all sorts of hot things: boiler, hot water heater, or just whatever around the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Larns
Owned a previous Raytek for 16 years and it survived a lot of use. I figured why not replace it with another Raytek because of the durability.Published 1 month ago by Clifford Miller
My husband loves this little gadget. He uses it to test the ocean water when someone asks what the water temperature is. We live in the northeast, so the water is usually cold.Published 1 month ago by Maria H. Lynch
I used this on my solar oven, my rocket stove, walls of my house, on furnances, on passive solar air heaters, for ground temperatures, etc... Read morePublished 2 months ago by negligiblek
Excellent product - I had an MT4 for years of good service. This is an upgrade.Published 2 months ago by David S.
As far as I can tell captures the correct temperature of any thing I point it at. Read the instructions. They are very helpful.Published 3 months ago by Dan Eagle Eye