|Product Depth (in.)||1.5 in||Product Height (in.)||6.9 in|
|Product Width (in.)||3.6 in|
|Battery Power Type||Carbon Zinc||Battery Size||9-volt|
|Control Type||Digital||Display Type||LCD|
|Distance to Spot Ratio||12||Electrical Tools Features||Backlit, Data Hold, Handheld, Low Battery Indicator|
|Included||Batteries, Case||Max Accurate Temp Measurement (F)||1076|
|Measures/Detects||Temperature||Min Accurate Temp Measurement (F)||-40|
|Number of Batteries Required||1||Product Weight (lb.)||0.37 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Test Meter Type||Infrared Thermometer|
|Tools Product Type||Test Meter|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year|
A: Open the battery compartment by pulling its cover away from the grip. Then plug the 9V battery that comes with the IRT657 into the wired socket inside the compartment. The terminals of the battery and the socket mate in only one way, with the smaller male terminal plugging into the larger female terminal. Close the battery compartment by snapping it shut.
A: No, it can't be used on humans.
A: It can be used on humans, but I do not know which external spot would be good to measure on. BY THE WAY.......YOU NEED TO BE CAREFUL ....DO NOT POINTS TOWARDS A PERSON’s EYE
A: This thermometer is not calibrated for reading on humans.
A: The IRT206 requires special lab equipment to calibrate it. If you want to check whether or not it is reading accurately within the specified accuracy, you would need a target with an already know temperature. An easy example would be a cup of boiling water since the temperature of boiling water is known.
A: Hi Mimi, this IRT is meant to measure surface temperature only. If you think the AC vents surface would have the same temperature as the AC air coming out, then you can point the IRT at the AC vents to get the AC air temperature. Hope this helps.