Simply aim, pull the trigger, and read the temperature on the large bright display.
Lightweight, compact, and easy to use, the Raynger ST can safely measure hot, hazardous, or hard-to-reach materials without touching, contaminating, or damaging the material's surface. Accurate temperature measurement in seconds!
ST2: Measure temperature in seconds with this basic model. Affordably priced, the ST2 is our most popular unit for professionals who need to measure up to 400°C (750°F).
ST3: New! This model adds laser sighting, which helps pinpoint the target being measured. This feature helps the user aim at surfaces that are hard to reach or see.
ST6: In addition to the features included in the above units, this model also has high/low alarm, MAX, MIN, DIF, and AVG temperature settings, an expanded temperature range, and adjustable emissivity, which compensates for reflective surfaces such as polished metals.
ST8: New! This new model has all the features listed above plus an expanded temperature range of -32 to 540°C (-25 to 1000°F) and improved optics that allows the user to measure smaller objects from farther away. This is great news for HVAC or facilities maintenance professionals who need to measure ceiling and duct temperatures from a distance.
The standard model handles monotonic functions such as root extraction and power functions. Designed for ease-of-use, unmatched performance, and featuring new laser technology, the MX is the future of temperature measurement.
The new Raynger MX is the only portable IR thermometer on the market with a 16-point laser circle that shows the spot size you are measuring at any distance. No other infrared thermometer provides this circular sighting feature with a distance to spot ratio of 60:1!
So easy to use, anyone can make fast, accurate measurements. Plugs into your thermocouple meter or data logger. Measures targets as small as 2.5 mm (0.1 in) in diameter. The Raynger IP spots little problems before they turn into big ones--and could easily pay for itself the first time it's used.
It's dark, it's hot, and it's inaccessible. You can't get close to it, but you need to know its temperature. You'll need more than a non-contact thermometer; you'll need one with a precision aiming system. With the Raynger 3i, you have a choice between single laser models, dual laser models, crossed laser models, and scope sighting models.
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