Infrared IR Laser Digital Thermometer

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Description

Great handy device for keeping track of your ferments ... or other needs.

 Reads  in  ‰C / °F 

available in Black or Red

Includes user manual (in English)

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 Simple to use: Just point and click. Instant Digital Read out

 Features:

1. Non-contact accurate temperature measuring

2. Built-in laser aiming

3.  ‰C /  °F optional

4. Low battery indication

5. LCD readout, backlight

6. Auto-data hold and auto-power off 

7. Button design, easy to use

8. By measuring infrared radiation the thermometer can tell you the temperature of any surface with the touch of a button

9. Lightweight and portable, it's useful for lots of do-it-yourself projects

10. Suitable for predictive and preventative industrial maintenance, such as check transformer, connectors, switch devices, rotating equipment, stove and so on

 Specifications:

1. LCD Display: 3 1/2digit on LCD display 

2. Repeatability: 1% or 1°C

3. Emissivity: 0.95 fixed

4. Temperature Range: -50°C to 220° ( -58°F - 428°F )

5. Accuracy: ±2% or 2°C

6. Response Time: ≤ 0.8second

8. Working environment: 0 - 50°C 

9. Dimensions: ( 0.75 x 0.33 )" / ( 1.9 x 0.85 )cm ( L x W )

10. Color: Red

11. Weight: 0.71oz /  20g

12. Relative Humidity: 10%-95RH noncondendensing

13. Storage Temperature: -20°C to 50°C

14. Power: 2pcs AG 13 cell buttons ( 1.5v/each )

15. Distance Spot Ratio: 1:1

16. Recommend Measuring Distance: 10mm to 80mm

17. Resolution: 0.1°C or 0.1°F

 

Package Includes:

1 x Infrared Thermometer

2 x Batteries

 

OPTIONS  $54.90 for all three tools. Buy now and save $10 if bought seperately. 

 pH Meter:    reg price $34.95

pH Testing. Applications: In home fermenting - Kombucha, Ginger Beer, Jun, Kefir, Vinegar, Beer, Wine and pickled foods, especially garlic. The State of Minnesota, Department of Agriculture, wrote the Pickle Bill, in an effort to help folks at home and those selling at  farmers market process safe foods. To be on the safe side, home ferments should have a pH under 4.0 at time of bottling. This is especially important where one is planning on storing their product for a longer period of time. The Pickle Bill recommends the pH be determined by a meter and not to use pH paper.   Our meter has a large digital display and reads from 1-14 (pH scale) to the tenths.  Optimum starting ferments for highest and faster growth is typically 5.4. At that level it is also easy for mold and pathogens to invade.  To lower the pH we recommend using some of your prior ferment or distilled vinegar. To raise the pH use baking soda or baking powder, or calcium carbonate. For more information on our pH meter click here. 

Hydrometer.  reg. price  $9.95

Test Sugar and Alcohol levels of your Kombucha Tea, Ginger Beer & other Ferments.Can be used for Diabetic testing and other health concerns like water metabolism.   Hydrometer shows Specific Gravity from .990 to 1.170, Balling or Brix from 0 to +38% sugar by weight and Potential Alcohol by Volume from 0 to +22%.  Comes with instructions and is easy to use.  The Hydrometer and the pH meter are two of the most important tools for judging and determine fermentation of our bacterial / yeasts ferments. These also allow us to correct mistakes and make course corrections and to talk to other brewers who may be experiencing similar brewing problems.  For more information on our Hydrometer click here. 

  IR Temperature Gauge reg. price $9.95 

 The third, and maybe the most important variable to one's ferment is the temperature.  Temperature is also directly related to Time. We have posted lots or articles on these variable and how one can adjust these variables to suit your own specific needs.  For more information visit our free Online Library. click here. 

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