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Model #IR10

Dual-Laser Infrared Thermometer 20:1

  • Infrared temperature gun measured range of -22 to 752 deg F
  • Digital infrared thermometer with dual laser targeting
  • Laser thermometer not intended for human temperature testing
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Product Overview

Klein Tools IR10 is a professional dual targeting laser infrared (IR) thermometer. It offers a wide measurement range, a tight 20:1 distance-to-spot ratio, dual targeting lasers, and several calculation modes to facilitate different temperature measurement applications. In addition to measuring temperature using IR emission, it can also measure temperature using a standard K-type probe.
  • Incorporates surface temperature measurement capability using IR emission and can also measure bulk temperatures of air, gas, or liquids using a standard K-Type probe
  • Dual targeting lasers offer more accurate determination of the area being tested
  • Optical Resolution (Distance-to-Spot) is 20:1
  • Measurement range for both IR and K-Type probe -40 to 1200-Degree Fahrenheit (-40 to 650-Degree Celsius)
  • Not a medical device; thermometer is NOT intended for use on people or animals.
  • Adjustable emissivity from 0.1-1.0 delivers flexibility to address multiple applications
  • Bright backlit display for working in low ambient lighting conditions
  • Statistical parameters for measurement event - max/min/avg/diff
  • User definable high/low limits with audible and visual alarms when limits are breached
  • Uses one 9-volt alkaline battery, with battery life expectancy at 8 hours of continuous use with laser and backlight on
  • Includes custom pouch, K-Type probe and battery
  • Soft-touch, over-mold housing; built to withstand a 9.9-Foot (3 m) drop
  • "Auto Power-Off" conserves and extends battery life
  • IP54 ingress protections for dust and water resistance
  • U.S. patent D791,624



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Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.56 in
Product Height (in.)
7.05 in
Product Width (in.)
2.05 in

Details

Battery Power Type
Alkaline
Battery Size
9-volt
Control Type
Digital
Display Type
Digital
Distance to Spot Ratio
20
Electrical Tools Features
Backlit,Battery Powered
Max Accurate Temp Measurement (F)
1200
Measures/Detects
Temperature
Min Accurate Temp Measurement (F)
-40
Number of Batteries Required
1
Product Weight (lb.)
0.463 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Test Meter Type
Infrared Thermometer
Tools Product Type
Test Meter

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Please refer to the attached warranty document in the Product Overview section above under Info & Guides.

Questions & Answers

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What is the maximum distance from a target that this gun returns accurate readings? If I want to ...

Asked by Bagman October 2, 2020
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Answer

This meter is configured with a 20:1 optical resolution (distance-to-spot ratio). The distance-to-spot ratio defines the size of the measurement area relative to the distance between the measurement location and the IR sensor. As you move further from the target, the measurement area increases and accuracy decreases. At a 20 ft. distance the diameter of the measurement area is 1 ft.

Can this be used to take the temperature of a human?

Asked by Gigi March 20, 2020
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No. For those wondering why, the specs give an accuracy of +/- 3 degrees F. At human level temps 3 degrees is the difference between normal body temp and a fever.

It says it's accurate for one year. what happens after that? Can it be recalibrated?

Asked by Ed February 28, 2020
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Answer

Klein Tools IR10 is guaranteed to be accurate as follows: IR: 32° F and Above: +/- 3° F or +/- 1.5% (Whichever is Greater); Less Than 32° F: +/- (3.6° F + 0.2° F per Degree); K-Type: 32° F and Above: +/- 2° F or +/-% (Whichever is Greater); Above 32° F: +/- 3° or +/1% (Whichever is Greater) for the period of 1 year. After that time, yes, IR10 can be re-calibrated. Any test lab should be able to calibrate and re-certify your IR10.

The laser on my Klein tools infrared thermometer does not come on when I press the trigger

Asked by Zach February 15, 2020
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Answers

Try replacing the batteries. If the laser still does not turn on with new batteries, please contact Klein Tools Customer Service at 1-800-553-4676.

How long do batteries usually last?

Asked by Joe January 25, 2020
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IR10 Battery Life: 8 hours continuous infrared measurement with laser and backlight on

Customer Reviews

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The Klein Tools IR10 Dual laser Infrared Thermometer is a handy tool to take temperature readings...
The Klein Tools IR10 Dual laser Infrared Thermometer is a handy tool to take temperature readings of most anything. It can read temperatures from -40 degrees Fahrenheit to 1,200 degrees. This thermometer has a backlit screen which my old one did not have and it makes it easier to read under low light conditions. Because infrared thermometers actually measure the temperature based on the infrared energy emitted by a target object, virtually anything can be measured with these devices as almost everything gives off infrared energy. One thing to keep in mind is that energy emitted by an object, its emissivity, can vary depending on the material your taking a reading of. There is an included chart showing the differences of common materials and the thermometer can be adjusted to more accurately determine the actual temperature of what your trying to measure. This thermometer comes with a case that you can attach to your belt loop and carry with you. In addition, it also includes a K-Type probe that can be used to measure temperature. Overall, this temperature gun is rugged, and works well, the instruction guides you on how to properly use it and the rubberized case feels good holding it in your hand. I highly recommended this one.
by LawrenceS
1 person found this helpful
Klein Tools Dual-Laser Infrared Thermometer model IR10 is a professional dual targeting laser inf...
Klein Tools Dual-Laser Infrared Thermometer model IR10 is a professional dual targeting laser infrared (IR) thermometer. It offers a wide measurement range, a tight 20:1 distance-to-spot ratio, dual targeting lasers, and several calculation modes to facilitate different temperature measurement applications. In addition to measuring temperature using IR emission, it can also measure temperature using a standard K-type probe. Powered by an included 9 volt battery. I tested the Klein Infrared Thermometer on several items to verify its accuracy. While not controlled tests, the instrument demonstrated it was accurate based on the item/surface being measured. As explained in the instructions, some surfaces have a lower emissivity (thermal radiation) and the tool should be adjusted according to the chart provided in the instruction booklet to give accurate results (see photos). I did notice some minor discrepancy between the K-Type Probe and the IR measurement that could well have been operator error. The dual lasers indicate the target area being measured, becoming larger as the distance increases. I question one bit of information provided in the instruction booklet: Under Calibration it states, “Accurate for one year.” Hmm, does this mean that the measurements provided by the instrument are not to be trusted after one year of use? I did not pursue an answer to this question with Klein. I intend to use the tool to measure electrical connections and LiPoly battery temperatures during the build, testing, and after flight of an electric paramotor drawing at peak over 300 Amps. Two year limited warranty. U.S. patent D791,624. Made in China. https://www.kleintools.com/catalog/infrared-thermometers/dual-laser-infrared-thermometer-201
by RusinVanDyke
1 person found this helpful
Klein tools are worth the price over the cheaper versions. My no name brand infrared thermometer ...
Klein tools are worth the price over the cheaper versions. My no name brand infrared thermometer died after light use and it was time for a new one. This uses two dots instead of one for a more accurate reading but does make checking a small area a little bit trickier. The thermometer also comes with the old school wire/resistive measurement too. This is handy for measuring temperatures down around corners in ducts, in the air, or near surfaces that are too reflective. This is a great package. I received this DUAL-LASER INFRARED THERMOMETER 20:1 for free to write this review.
by n8dgr8t
The Klein dual laser thermometer is a tool that can be useful to the everyday man or woman around...
The Klein dual laser thermometer is a tool that can be useful to the everyday man or woman around the house. I know most people think it is only used by professionals such as A/C repairmen to check temperature exhaust from you a/c vents. I have used the laser to quickly check oil when frying my thanksgiving turkey, I have also used it to determine temps on my glass cooktop. Just remember it is a tool to be used correctly it can cause eye damage If directed at the eyes.
by Phixitphil
This is a very nice tool/thermometer. Built to some good specifications. I personally liked the i...
This is a very nice tool/thermometer. Built to some good specifications. I personally liked the idea that it performed min, max, average and differential statistical measurements. I would see using around equipment with bearings to identify tired bearings. I will use around home to identify air leaking windows. It also comes with k type thermocouple and a decent Velcro holster. I would recommend product based upon my past experience. Durably made. A multiuse instrument.
by fiver45
Easy to use laser thermometer with a wide range of functional options. The large rear display up...
Easy to use laser thermometer with a wide range of functional options. The large rear display updates instantly and is very easy to read with just a glance. The trigger is responsive and has just the right amount of resistance to prevent finger fatigue. It sits comfortably in either left or right hand and packs away into a belt mounted custom fit pouch. The targeting lasers are powerful and easy to see under most lighting conditions. The unit is also dust and water resistant and impact resistant to nearly ten feet. Compared to two other Klein Tools thermometers the IR10 was consistently measuring a degree or two under when using the K type probe and a little bit more under when using laser measurements. This is all within the specified accuracy of plus or minus two degrees using the K type probe and plus or minus three degrees when using the laser measurement.
by PicRic
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Works great. Very happy....
Works great. Very happy.
by JOHN
Excellent tool, easy to use....
Excellent tool, easy to use.
by Robb
Well built and works well
Well built and works well
by VBC
The device works well, but there is notable difference in accuracy at distance. Also, descriptio...
The device works well, but there is notable difference in accuracy at distance. Also, description should note that eyeglass (mini) screwdriver is required to remove cover for battery.
by WFH
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