REED R2005 Infrared Thermometer, 30:1
The REED R2005 Infrared Thermometer has a Type K thermocouple input which allows a user to connect probes that measure up to 1370°C. Featuring a 30:1 distance to spot ratio, the R2005 has the ability to track maximum, minimum, average and differential readings. It also includes a trigger lock for continuous monitoring, the ability to set high/low audible alarms and store up to 20 datapoints in internal memory.
- Infrared thermometer with integral type K thermocouple input for contact measurement
- Built-in laser pointer identifies target area
- 30:1 distance to spot size ratio
- Digitally adjustable emissivity and ability to automatically set emissivity with included thermocouple probe
- High and low alarms
- Trigger lock for continous monitoring
- Max, min, avg and differential readings
- Internal memory to store up to 20 data points
- Backlit display
- User selectable °F or °C
- Low battery indication and auto shut off
The REED R2005 Infrared Thermometer allows user to measure temperature in both IR non-contact mode and Type-K thermocouple contact measurements. Used for temperature non-contact measurements, the REED R2005 Infrared Thermometer is able to provide a very good spectral response, an exceptional dealing with moving objects, very good response time and a most convenient temperature range for the measurements (from -50.0 to 1050.0°C)
Considering the surface type which will be measured, the REED R2005 Infrared Thermometer can be used like a K-type digital thermometer. During the contact measurements, Reed R2005 can provide fast, reliable and accurate temperature contact measurements with also a very good response time.
Using the REED R2005 Infrared Thermometer
Food preparation, safety and fire inspectors, plastic molding, asphalt, marine and screen printing, measure ink and dryer temperature, HVAC/R, diesel, fleet maintenance and much more
The Reed Portable Gun thermometer is capable of storing up to 20 data locations. During the recording the infrared temperature and temperature scale (°C or °F) are also stored. You can store values during the infrared reading. While holding the trigger, press the MODE button until LOG appears in the lower left corner of the display; a log location number will be shown. If no temperature has been recorded in the shown LOG location, 4 dashes will appear in the lower right corner. Aim the unit at the target area you want to record, and press the laser/backlight button. The recorded temperature will appear in the lower right corner. To select another log location, press the up and down keys.
To recall stored data after the unit shuts off, press the MODE button until LOG appears in the lower left corner. A LOG location number will be shown below LOG, and the stored temperature for that location will be displayed. To move to another LOG location, press the UP and Down keys.
Hold the meter by its handle grip and point it toward the surface . to be measured. Pull and hold the trigger to turn the meter on and begin testing. . The display will light if the battery is good. Replace the battery . if the display does not light. While measuring, the SCAN display icon will appear in the upper left corner of the LCD. Release the trigger and the HOLD icon will appear on the LCD . indicating that the reading is being held. The meter will automatically power off approximately 7 seconds after the trigger is released. Unless the unit is locked on.
How to obtain Emissivity?
In the EMS mode, press and hold the Laser/Backlight button until . the “EMS” icon on the left side of LCD blinking. At this time, “ 3 = –” . will appear at the upper side of the LCD; IR temperature value will be in the middle of LCD; and Type K temperature value is at the lower side of the LCD.Contact the Type K probe to the object surface and test the temperature of same point with IR measurement. After both values are stable, press UP or DOWN button for confirmation. Then, emissivity of the object will be shown at the upper side of the LCD. Press MODE button or trigger to enter normal measurement.
REED R2005 Infrared Thermometer Specifications:
|Reed R2005: Temperature range|
|Type K Temperature Range:||-50.0 to 1370°C (-58.0 to 2498°F)|
|IR Temperature Range:||-50.0 to 1050.0°C (-58.0 to 1922.0°F)|
|Reed R2005: Resolution|
|Type K Resolution:||0.1°C: -50 to 1370°C
0.1°F: -58 to 1999.9°F
1°F: 2000 to 2498°F
|IR Resolution||0.1°C (0.1°F)|
|Reed R2005: Accuracy|
|Type K Accuracy||±1.5% rdg. +3°C (+5°F): -50 to 1000°C (-58 to 1832°F)
±1.5% rdg. +2°C (3.6°F): 1000 to 1370°C (1832 to 2498°F)
|IR Accuracy||±5°C (±9°F): -50 to -20°C (-58 to -4°F)
±1.5% rdg. +2°C (+3.6°F): -20 to 200°C (-4 to 392°F)
±2.0% rdg. +2°C (+3.6°F): 200 to 538°C (392 to 1000°F)
±3.5% rdg. +5°C (+9°C): 538 to 1050°C (1000 to 1922°F)
|Spectral Response:||8 to 14 µm|
|Emissivity:||Digitally adjustable from 0.10 to 1.0|
|Laser:||Output < 1mW, wavelength 630~670nm, Class II diode laser|
|Response Time:||< 1 second|
|Power Supply:||Single 9V battery|
|Dimensions:||100 x 56 x 230mm (39. x 2.2 x 9.0″)|
|Weight:||290g (10.2 oz)|