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Temperature Gun w/ Laser pointer $15 + 4 Shipping


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#1 RegUS_PatOff

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Posted 27 March 2011 - 09:37 PM

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Temperature Gun w/ Laser pointer $15 + 4 Shipping


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Temperature Range: -50~280℃(-58~536℉)
Accuracy: ±1.5%or±1.5℃
Distance Spot Ratio: 12:1
Emissivity: 0.95 pre-set
Resolution: 0.1℃or0.1℉
Response Time & Wavelength: 500ms & (8-14)um
Repeatability: ±1%or±0.1℃(1.8℉)
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Posted 27 March 2011 - 09:46 PM

Thanks...got one. Great price, now I can leave my infra-red cooking thermometer in my kitchen where it belongs.

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Posted 01 April 2011 - 08:15 PM

got it today. So far so good. Smaller than the Bon Jour Culinary laser thermometer I have been using and it's $70 dollars cheaper! I also love that the battery compartment has a hinged door. Have to wait to do a temp comparison since my bon jour is in my tool box at the office. At least, now I can leave my culinary therm in my kitchen (where I need all the help I can get). So far, other than size and hinged door, the only difference is my bon jour has a temp guide for griddle, saute, sear, fry etc on the side. I will update regarding accuracy.

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Posted 03 April 2011 - 09:12 AM

Compared the two yesterday. 4 degree temp difference between the two but what is most important is that the difference is constant and the readings are instant. Nothing that a little calibration or mental adjustment can't fix. I've had the cooking therm for over three years and it may need the calibration (dropped it numerous times with batteries and door flying). I think I am confident enough with the tanga therm to use it in the field. There is, however, one slight annoyance. It defaults to Celsius and you have to hold a button for a few seconds to switch to Fahrenheit. When it cycles off, you have to hold the button again. I do not remember the manual providing instructions on changing the default setting, but then again, I read it without my reading glasses. Now I have to find my glasses in order to find that little manual. Btw dropped the tanga therm twice already! Batteries flew out and the hinged battery door stayed attached! Seems to be quite durable for field work and techs with the dropsies. All in all, I think it was a very good buy at $15 plus shipping.

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