HTC MTX-1 Infrared Thermometer

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HTC MTX-1 Infrared Thermometer measures the temperature range from -50°C to 550 °C. MTX-1 Infrared Thermometer measures the surface temperatures in hard-to-reach or hazardous areas.
Applications: Used in large sheets of glass or metal exiting an oven, fabric, and paper or continuous piles of material along with a conveyor belt.

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Product Description

HTC MTX-1 Infrared Thermometer deduces temperature from a bit of the warm radiation in some cases called dark body radiation. The laser is utilized to help point the non-contact thermometers to depict the gadget’s capacity to gauge temperature from a separation. Infrared thermometers are a subset of gadgets known as “warm radiation thermometers

Features of HTC Infrared Thermometer:

  • °C or °F Selection
  • Laser Target Pointer Selection
  • Automatic Data Hold Function
  • Auto Power Off

Additional Information

Weight 1 kg
Manufacturer HTC
Model No MTX-1
Selectable Units Temperature: °F, °C
Temperature -50°C to +550°C
Accuracy_1 +/- 1.5°C or +/- 1.5%(0°C - 25°C : +/- 3.0°C)max
Distance to spot Measurement 12:1
Emissivity adjustment adjustable from 0.1 to 1
Resolution 0.1 °C/°F
Power  2 x 1.5 V.AAA Battery
Dimension 43 X 155 X 160 mm
Weight 300 Grams

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