There are three basic types of infrared thermometer optics, each with its own advantages and disadvantages: no-lens thermometers, fresnel lens thermometers and mica lens thermometers.
|No-lens Thermometers||Fresnel Lens Thermometers||Mica Lens Thermometers|
|IR Pocket||RayTemp 28|
It is important to give some thought to the intended range of temperature you are likely to measure with your infrared thermometer. For best resolution, choose a thermometer with a specified range that most narrowly covers what you are planning to measure.
RayTemp 2 Infrared Thermometer high accuracy ±1 °C over 0 to 100 °CFREE traceable certificate of calibration meets the European Standard EN 13485 displays ambient temperature records the max/min temperatures designed & built in BritainOut of stock
RayTemp® 28 High Temperature Infrared Thermometerauto-power off, display hold & backlight functions wide temperature range -50 to 1370 °C robust IP54 housing for durability dual laser for precise targeting external type K probes extraOut of stock