Infrared Digital Thermometer Gun with Laser Sight (Non Contact)


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  • Model: CVHM-H13
  • 200 Units in Stock


Infrared Digital Thermometer Gun with Laser Sight (Non Contact) for taking temperatures from a distance. Just in time for Swine Flu season!

This thermometer is perfect for anyone with children or other small creatures. With its long range, accurate reading, and immediate response, now you can take your child's temperature at any time from across the breakfast table, and they will never even know. If your child is ill, this thermometer gives you the ability to monitor their condition and respond immediately if temperatures rise too high. When you bring this non- invasive thermometer home to your family, your children will thank you, and your pets will absolutely love you.

Even when the whole family is healthy, there are still many of uses for this thermometer at home or on the job. Mechanics can test the temperature of air conditioners, heater pipes, and furnaces. Car enthusiasts can check for overheating engine parts or blocked cooling system. And anyone can use it to find where their house is losing hot or cold air!

Using this thermometer is easy, safe, and pleasant for everyone involved. Just aim and pull the trigger. The LCD screen instantly displays the temperature. The red laser sight helps you aim at targets far away. The laser sight can also be turned off when you need to discreetly check people around you for H1N1 Swine Flu.

This device starts paying for itself immediatly by saving you time, money, and worry. Its wide range of application make it a must-have item for parents, mechanics, clinics, interior designers, and travellers worried about picking up Swine Flu. Buy one for your home today, or order in bulk for greater savings. Available from your best source of family-friendly electronics, Chinavasion.

At a Glance...
  • Non Contact Infared Thermometer
  • Up to 8 meter range
  • Displays temperature reading in less than 1 second
  • Laser pointer for accurate aiming
  • Display Celsius or Fahrenheit
  • Backlit screen lets you use this thermometer day and night
  • Grip handle and trigger for easy use
  • Automatic power saving
  • Saves last temperature taken

Manufacturer Specifications

  • Primary Function: Non Contact Infrared Thermometer
  • Temperature Range: -32 to 300 °C (25.6 to 572 °F)
  • Accuracy: +- 1.5 °C/F, +- 1.5%
  • Response Time: 500 miliseconds
  • Resolution: 0.1 °C or 0.1 °F
  • Units: Display in °Celsius or °Farenheit
  • Emissivity: 0.95
  • Wavelength: 8-14 um
  • Distance to Spot Size Ratio: 12:1 (Can take temperature of a 2 cm-large target from a distance of 24 cm)
  • Range: Up to 8 meters
  • Battery Usage Life: 12 hours
  • Storage Temperature: -20 to 60 °C (-4 to 140 °F)
  • Dimensions: 146 x 80 x 38 mm (L x W x H)
  • Certifications: CE

Product Notes

  • Automatic Data Hold
  • Automatic Power Saving
  • Turn backlight on or off
  • Turn laser sight on or off
  • This laser is safe to point at skin, but do not point the laser directly at eyes. Please find another way to take the temperature of your eye.

Package Contents

  • Model CVHM-H13 Infrared Digital Thermometer Gun with Laser Sight (Non Contact)
  • 9V Battery
  • User Manual - English

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can this thermometer detect Swine Flu (H1N1)?
    This thermometer measures temperature. It will not directly tell you if someone has Swine Flu, but it will you monitor your and others' temperatures to be on the look out for high temperatures and fever.
  • If I use this IR thermometer to take someone's temperature, will they feel anything?
    No, absolutely nothing. They will not even know you are taking their temperature.
  • Is this thermometer safe?
    Yes. This thermometer uses infrared to read temperatures, which is perfectly safe. Just make sure that you don't shine the laser into anyone's eye! If you want to measure the temperature of someone's eye, please use a different device.

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 13 June, 2009.

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