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MINITEMP PORTABLE INFRARED THERMOMETER

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Part# 12-03153
MFR Model# MT6

Overview

Diagnose problems faster and more easily with the Raytek MiniTemp MT6 infrared (IR) thermometer. Portable IR thermometers have become an indispensable tool for automotive troubleshooting and diagnosis. Spot cooling system faults, identify engine misfires, check for proper A/C performance, verify catalytic converter operation and much more.

The laser point sighting on the MT6 unit helps to direct measurements toward the target, and the large backlit display shows both the current and maximum readings simultaneously. With a protective boot for added durability, award winning ergonomic design and Raytek quality and accuracy, the MT6 model is the perfect introduction to infrared temperature measurements in automotive diagnostics.

Features

  • Durable and compact design
  • Simple to use
  • Laser point sighting
  • Large, easy-to-read display
  • Instant current and max readings
  • Identify engine misfires
  • Spot cooling system faults
  • Check for proper A/C performance
  • Verify catalytic converter operation
  • Holster included

Specifications

  • Temperature Range: -30 to 500C (-20 to 932 F)
  • Distance to Spot Size (D:S): 10:1
  • Response Time: 500 mSec
  • Emissivity: Pre-set at 0.95
  • Accuracy: 1.5%, or 1.5C (3F) whichever is greater
  • Typical Distance to Target (Spot): Up to 2m (6ft)
  • Laser Sighting: Yes
  • Protective Boot: Yes

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