|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||7.3 x 4.4 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||CP7875|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CP7875|
Actron CP7875 PocketTherm Infrared Thermometer
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- Temperature ranges from -27º to 428º F or -33º to 220º C
- Has an instant and accurate response
- Has the capacity to work more than 30 hours of continued use
- Measures surface temperatures of hot, hazardous, or hard to reach objects
- Includes replaceable battery
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The Actron PocketTherm Infrared Thermometer measures the surface temperatures of hot, hazardous or hard to reach objects. It has a temperature sensing range of -27º to 428º Fahrenheit (-33º to 220º Celsius). It has an instant and accurate response, and includes a backlit LCD display with dual readings. Compact and lightweight, this thermometer can provide over 30 hours of continuous use on a single battery.
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For anyone else a 3 or 4.
You will quickly run out of things to measure around the house -- but it's fun anyway.
Do be advised that for any consistent reading you must hold this at a precise distance from your target or the reading will vary greatly. Not a defect -- but just a fact of measurement.
It's accurate enough, I've used it to check the temperature of my oven thermostat, check my AC vents at range and I even checked my own temperature (aiming it under my tongue reads 1 or 2 degrees below 98.6 consistently).
This has become my favorite desk toy. I "test" electronics, windows, all kinds of stuff.
It does have some limitations. Because of the conical surface area measurement, the size of the area being measured must be smaller than your distance from it. The max temp of around 450F sometimes limits its utility for cooking.