|Product Depth (in.)||4.56 in||Product Height (in.)||7.05 in|
|Product Width (in.)||2.05 in|
|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|
|Included||Batteries, Case, Extra Pins/Probes||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||90-Day||Test Meter Type||Infrared Thermometer|
|Tools Product Type||Test Meter|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Please refer to the attached warranty document in the Product Overview section above under Info & Guides.|
A: For full Thermometer specs please see the Use and Care Manual in the Product Details section under Additional Resources from the Manufacturer.
A: Keeping in mind the ratio 20:1, the distance would have a bearing on tolerance in degrees. You can find a more detailed answer to your question on the manufacturer's website.
A: 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.
A: Yes, simply aim at the forehead for reading.
A: no, this cannot be used to take the temperature of a human.
A: 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.
A: The Klein Tools model # IR10 Infrared Thermometer is NOT intended for use on people or animals.
A: 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.