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Omega introduces dual laser infrared thermometer OS499

19 August 2015

The OS499 Series of fully functional infrared non-contact temperature measuring devices feature dual laser for better targeting, built-in flashlight, a mini thermocouple socket up to 1400 degrees Celsius (2552 degrees Fahrenheit), colour bar displays temperature in MAX/MIN mode, and a large LCD with power backlight that enables night and low light viewing.

  • Infrared Up to 760°C (1400°F)
  • Dual Lasers for Better Targeting
  • High DS (Distance to Spot) Ratio up to 30:1
  • Color Bar Displays Temperature in Max/Min Mode
  • Built-In Flashlight
  • Mini Thermocouple Socket up to 1400°C (2552°F)
  • Large LCD with Power Backlight
  • Ave, Dif, Max, Min, Lock Modes
  • Hi/Lo Temperature Audible Alarm
  • Laser/LED and Backlight On/Off Control
  • Emissivity Adjustable from 0.1 to 1.00 (Preset at 0.95)
  • °C/°F Selectable


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