Sometimes it's called a laser thermometer, because you use the built-in laser to target the surface, but it's really a non-contact infrared thermometer that measures the electromagnetic radiation coming from that surface. It's the safest way to measure temperatures in hazardous areas (like automobile engines or other machinery), hard-to-reach places and other areas where a non-contact infrared laser thermometer is the way to go. Professional quality infrared technology at an excellent value Single circuit chip design prevents jamming Celsius/Fahrenheit LCD display with backlighting Nonslip cushioned grip. 2 AAA batteries required (not included)
Celsius/Fahrenheit LCD display with backlighting. Temperature range: -36°F/-38°C to 968°F/520°C. Accuracy: +/- 2% above 32°F and +/- 4.5% below 31°F. Response time 1 second. 15 second auto off. Last temperature recall. Low battery indicator. Nonslip grip.