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Triplett 12:1 Infrared Thermometer - IRT227


The Triplett Model IRT227 IR thermometer with Type K that can instantly measure the surface temperature of objects without making contact plus Type K and Air Temperature. This infrared thermometer has loads of features.

  • $79.99
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Triplett 12:1 Infrared Thermometer with Type K

With a quick press of the trigger, a built-in laser identifies the measurement area, and the backlit LCD simultaneously displays the temperature of the target plus air temperature. In addition, the Type K thermocouple provides contact temperature measurements. It features a 12:1 distance to target ratio, wide temperature range of -58° to 1112° F, adjustable emissivity, audible and visual high/low temperature alarms, Min/Max/Avg/Diff, and automatic data hold with power off after 10 seconds.  

Triplett Infrared Thermometer IRT227 Features:

  • Measures Infrared, Type K, and Air Temperature
  • Instantly measure the temperature of objects without making contact 
  • Built-in laser identifies the measurement area
  • 0.05 to 1.00 adjustable emissivity
  • Audible and Visual High/Low Temperature Alarms
  • Min/Max/Avg/Diff
  • Backlit LCD display with selectable °F or °C readout
  • Automatic Data Hold
  • Auto power off after 10 seconds
  • Battery capacity indicator
  • Includes Type K bead probe and 9V battery
  • 1-year warranty

Triplett Infrared Thermometer IRT227 Specifications:

IR Temperature Range-58 to 1112°F 
Accuracy±3% or 4°F/2°C
Distance to Target Ratio12:1
Response Time<500ms
Emissivity0.05 to 1.00 adjustable
LaserSingle point
Type K Temperature-58 to 1832°F 
Accuracy±(3% + 1.8°F/1°C)
Air Temperature-4 to 158°F 
Power9V battery
Dimensions6 x 4.7 x 1.7” 
    • Weight
      2 lbs
    • SKU
  • SKU
  • Manufacturer
    Triplett Test Equipment & Tools
  • Dimensions
    6 x 4.7 x 1.7”
  • Product Weight
  • Power Source
    9V battery
  • Warranty
    1 year Manufacturer's Warranty

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