Model # IR002

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Store SKU #699814

Ryobi Infrared Thermometer
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Ryobi

Infrared Thermometer

  • Detects hot/cold spots near doors/windows; checks vent efficiency
  • Laser guide allows for clear, easy readings
  • Compact size is great for job site portability
$2997 /each
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Ryobi introduces the Ryobi IR Thermometer. To start saving on energy costs, use this Ryobi Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer to detect hot and cold spots near doors and windows and check air vents for efficiency. The thermometer's laser guide makes it easy to take temperature readings by clearly identifying the current target. The small hand-held size of the thermometer allows for great portability between jobs, so you can check the energy efficiency of your household and then easily transition to checking the temperatures of engine components.

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  • Measures temperatures between -4 degrees and 600 degrees Fahrenheit to allow use in diverse applications
  • LCD display is bright and easy to see
  • Laser guide clearly marks area intended for temperature reading
  • Digital readout displays surface temperatures in minimum and maximum range for convenient measurements
  • Can switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius for the ideal temperature reading
  • Hand-held size for portability from project to project
  • Batteries are included
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Customer Questions & Answers

How do you change the battery?

Asked by: Mike66
To change the battery, one must slide open the battery cover on the handle of the device. Simply disconnect the 9V battery from the connector and connect the new battery.
Answered by: ThePhoenixGuy
Date published: 2017-07-14

Does this use TEK4 batteries or regular AA/AAA batteries?

Does this use TEK4 batteries or regular AA/AAA batteries?
Asked by: Caesar
It uses an ordinary 9V battery.
Answered by: ThePhoenixGuy
Date published: 2017-06-16

How to use this thermometer

Could it be used to read the temperature of anybody.
Asked by: Winani
To use it, you simply aim it at the surface you want to measure and pull the reading trigger. I find it needs to have a surface of several inches in diameter to get a good reading. I cannot recommend it to be used for measuring one's body temperature since the unit is too big to really get a good reading of an ear canal temperature...
Answered by: ThePhoenixGuy
Date published: 2017-06-16

can this be used to take food temperatures?

can this be used to take food temperatures?
Asked by: lance
Yes, it can easily measure temperatures of the outside / exterior of the food. It, however, cannot measure the temperature of the inside regions of food. You would have to completely cut the food open to expose the inside to any sort of measurements with this device. The inside temperature is really important when cooking meats and thawing foods.
Answered by: ThePhoenixGuy
Date published: 2017-07-14
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Customer Reviews

Infrared Thermometer is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 78.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This Ryobi thermometer is disappointing to say the least. I can point it at the exact same surfac... This Ryobi thermometer is disappointing to say the least. I can point it at the exact same surface in the exact same spot 10 times, and get 10 different readings that will vary by 60 degrees F. I've tried it on a variety of surfaces with the same result. Save your money.
Date published: 2017-05-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Entertainment Purposes Only I needed a IR thermometer so I grabbed this at the local HD and later bought a Kline IR1000. I was dong some AC work and measuring the basic temp split between return and supply so I took the opportunity to compare the Ryobi to the Kline. The Ryobi measures consistently 5-10 degrees higher than the Kline which I guess is within the specs for this unit. When I need accurate measurements I use a thermocouple and meter but when I'm taking a snapshot using an IR I would at least like to be somewhere close. The Kline is more expensive but it also has an accuracy of 1.5% so measuring 75 degrees it would be within a 1.125 degree swing not 5-10 degrees. I would say pass and get a more accurate unit unless you just want to play around. Picture 1 - Fieldpiece ST4 Thermocouple Picture 2 - Kline , Ryobi comparison
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from As a teacher, I have used this in the classroom as well as outdoors for all sorts of experiments ... As a teacher, I have used this in the classroom as well as outdoors for all sorts of experiments and studies during the past month. It is very easy to use and durable. (As far as I know, none of my students have dropped it...) It has gotten a lot of use by many students over a large range of temperatures from 10F (freezer temps) to 165F (the asphalt in Phoenix at midday). So far the 9V battery has lasted during many hours of semi-continuous use. I verified that gives the same readings for surface temperature as traditional bulb thermometers, only much, much faster. It has a switch inside the battery compartment to change from Fahrenheit to Celsius and vice versa which has been very helpful for my classes. It makes a loud 'beep' noise when you take a reading which on one hand can be annoying but on the other hand it lets me know right away if the reading trigger was pressed on accident.
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's the battery I'm a roofer, water proofer by trade. I bought one of the Ryobi IR002 to measure surface temperatures before we do coating. And it was off by about 8 degrees per others with more expensive IR thermos. Switched the battery and it was spot on compared to theirs. Maybe Ryobi should switch to The pink bunny battery guys.
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good temperature gun. Basic, but gets the job done. I use it for my snake and the IR gun is wit... Good temperature gun. Basic, but gets the job done. I use it for my snake and the IR gun is within a degree of the digital thermostat probe that is in the cage. It's also a fun toy for the kids to play with and see different cold spots in the house. Just point and squeeze the trigger.
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Did not work out of the box. Purchased a cheaper brand that did not workout of the box either. I ... Did not work out of the box. Purchased a cheaper brand that did not workout of the box either. I have several Roybi tools that I am very happy with but this one will go back and I will purchase a better one after reading all the reviews.
Date published: 2017-07-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Mine did not work out of the box. This may have been a fluke or bad factory calibration. I decid... Mine did not work out of the box. This may have been a fluke or bad factory calibration. I decided to spend $50 more on a different brand when I went to exchange it. Sometimes you get what you pay for.
Date published: 2017-06-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not the best You pretty much get what you paid for. Low quality, questionable temps, It was the only temp gun Home Depot had at the time. Hold out for a better unit if the temp needs to be accurate.
Date published: 2017-06-06
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