PIR1500 User Guide
The non-contact infrared thermometer is your go-to tool for temperature checks. It can measure a wide range from -35°C to 1500°C (-31°F to 2732°F) with a 75:1 Distance to Spot (DS) ratio. It even features memory mode to record and display specific measurements with emissivity. Multiple mathematical modes are available for the Infrared function.
Important: Keep it away from children and avoid using it for safety-critical purposes. To check the temperature, simply point the thermometer at the target using the Lens (number 11) and press the Measurement button (number 8). The Distance to Spot ratio is 75:1. The two laser points help determine the target spot size. Ensure the target area is within the thermometer's field of view.
To access additional display functions, press the Mode button (5). This menu displays emissivity data (with a default value of 0.95).
Press the Mode button (5) to select modes like Maximum (MAX), Minimum (MIN), Difference between MAX and MIN (DIF), and Average (AVG). While measuring, the special modes reading is shown next to the mode icon.
Use the Up button (4) or Down button (2) to adjust the High Alarm (HAL) or Low Alarm (LAL). Confirm the setting by pressing the Measurement button (8). If the reading exceeds these limits, the High or Low icon will flash, accompanied by a beep.
When connecting the thermocouple to the Thermocouple socket (7) and placing the probe on the target, the thermometer automatically displays the temperature without the need to press any buttons. To view the minimum or maximum data during the probe measurement, press and hold the Up button (4) or Down button (2).
After measuring high temperatures, the probe may remain hot for a while.
Note that the thermometer will turn off automatically if left unused for over 60 seconds.
Adding Value: Useful Functions
In MAX, MIN, DIF, AVG Mode:
In All Modes:
STORAGE & CLEANING:
The thermometer provides visual alerts for various situations:
Non-contact Infrared Scan Function
Thermocouple Probe Scan Function