OMEGA Introduces OS1327D Infrared Thermometer with USB
June 29, 2011 - Omega’s high-performance, handheld OS1327D series of infrared thermometer is a non contact temperature measurement instrument. It features adjustable emissivity, laser sighting, backlit LCD, 12:1 field of view, max/min/avg/diff temperature monitoring, high/low audible alarms, temperature and storage data. This product comes with a free thermocouple! Ideal for research, industrial applications, HVAC, repair or maintenance services or even around the house. Product consists of fast, easy temperature measurements associated with liquids, motors, food storage and refrigerated rooms.
Price starts at $189
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