You know what a thermometer is: it’s a device that measures temperature. Formerly reliant on mercury, thermometers are increasingly digital because it’s safer and more precise.
We’ll be expanding our lab thermometer offering in the future. For now, we have a pair of digital noncontact lab thermometers. You point these suckers at lab animals to measure temperature of their skin/hide.
This compact, lightweight thermometer with laser sighting and infrared technology takes readings without contact. Safely measures animal temperature from a distance. You simply aim, pull the trigger, and read the temperature on a large, backlit LCD display. Select either °C or °F for temperature display. Temperature range: 0 to 525°...
A handheld, noncontact thermometer that uses infrared technology to measure the temperature of animals up close or from a distance. Simply aim, pull the trigger, and read the temperature on a large, backlit LCD display. Lightweight, compact, and easy to use, the Ranger ST can safely and remotely measure animal...
Immersion length is measured from the bottom of the 10/18 joint to lower end of kerosene bulb. Accuracy is ±1°.