Cooper Instrument Corp.: INFRARED THERMOMETER
November 30, 2000
The newest features of the redesigned 413 noncontact, hand-held infrared thermo-meter provide higher levels of capabilities, says the company. A wider temperature range of -32Â° to 1,100Â°F and new eight-point, circular laser sighting allow for accurate measurements, the company says. The distant-to-spot ratio (D:S) remains 30:1. A probe jack provides for an optional probe accessory. This RTD temperature probe combines surface temperature monitoring and the ability to further audit with a puncture probe.
Cooper Instrument Corp., 33 Reeds Gap Rd., Middlefield, CT 06455-0450; 860-347-2256; firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail).
Publication date: 12/04/2000