Temperature Gun – 9001-IR


Non – contact high temperature infrared sensor/transmitter features a 20 mm OD by 120 mm long stainless steel housing. This mini transmitter is ideal for applications that require measuring temperature in hardtop-reach, confined, or harsh environments. This sensor package comes with a1.8 m (6′) shielded cable for power and output connections. Models feature industry standard outputs that provide easy interfacing directly to all meters, controllers, data loggers, recorders, computer boards, and PLCs. The adjustable emissivity allows accurate measurement of temperature for different materials having different emissivity.


Infrared temperature range : 0-1400 deg cel

Infrared accuracy : +/- 1%

Display resolution : 0.1 °C / 0.1 °F

Infrared spectral response : >=1.1 micro meter

Infrared response time : < 500 msec

D:S (distance to measurement spot size) : 40:1

Laser sighting : Single-point laser < 1 mw output

Minimum spot size : 19 mm (0.75 in)

Emissivity adjustment : adjustable from 0.10 to 1.00 by 0.01

Min/Max/Avg : Yes

Back-light : Yes

Trigger lock : Yes

Switchable Celsius and Fahrenheit : Yes

Power : 9V battery

Battery life : If used continuously,  laser and back-light on :12 hours ; laser and back-light off : 100 hours

Operating temperature : 0 to 50 deg c

NTC temperature compensation : 0 to 100 deg cel



Some typical circumstances are where the object to be measured is moving; where the object is surrounded by an electromagnetic field, as in induction heating; where the object is contained in a vacuum or other controlled atmosphere; or in applications where a fast response is required, an accurate surface temperature is desired or the object temperature is above the recommended use point for contact sensors. Infrared thermometers can be used to serve a wide variety of temperature monitoring functions.

  • Checking mechanical or electrical equipment for temperature and hot spots
  • Measuring the temperature of patients in a hospital without touching them
  • Checking heater or oven temperature, for calibration and control
  • Checking for hot spots in fire-fighting
  • Monitoring materials in processes involving heating or cooling