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-50-550℃/Max-Min Display/Laser Targeting/Backlight/Infrared Thermometer - $16.50 Shipped (AliExpress Standard Shipping)

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-50-550℃/Max-Min Display/Laser Targeting/Backlight/Infrared Thermometer - $16.50 Shipped (AliExpress Standard Shipping)

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December 11, 2020
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They made change to the shipping rate. The link is to the next cheapest one ( "no box").




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I was gonna say these are pretty much the same price on amazon but it looks like prices have doubled this year.
(3 animals with humps)/product/B00DMI632G

Ive use it to check when my pizza steel is ready.
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Noobiedeals wrote: What kind of precision does this thing have?
" Accuracy:-50℃~0℃(-58℉~32 ℉)±3℃; 0℃~100℃(32℉~212℉)±2℃;100℃degreesorhigher ±2℃/2%;Assumed that the working environment:23 ±3℃ "
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Is there a difference between these and "medical" versions that cost $50-$60? Can it be used to test temperatures in people (i.e. kids not feeling well, COVID screening, etc)?
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Slawek wrote: Is there a difference between these and "medical" versions that cost $50-$60? Can it be used to test temperatures in people (i.e. kids not feeling well, COVID screening, etc)?
I'm no doctor, but + or - 3 degrees accuracy won't work to read a human's temperature
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Slawek wrote: Is there a difference between these and "medical" versions that cost $50-$60? Can it be used to test temperatures in people (i.e. kids not feeling well, COVID screening, etc)?
Maybe a lot less ( ~$14 shipped ). This one for example ...

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000852 ... 6806_4&s=p

"Accuracy: ± 0.2 ℃ (35.0 ℃ - 42.0 ℃), ± 0.3℃ (< 35.0 ℃ or > 42.0 ℃)"
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Saint-Jean-Sur-Riche…
I am no specialist, but does a medical iR thermometer can be used for mechanical uses ?
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cotesyl wrote: I am no specialist, but does a medical iR thermometer can be used for mechanical uses ?

The medical ones have a typical range of "32.0 ℃ ~ 42.2 ℃". And the emissivity is set for human skin ( average? what if you are black?). Some "mechanical"/organic stuff do have similar emissivity ( can't really tell visually).
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Bolts33 wrote: I'm no doctor, but + or - 3 degrees accuracy won't work to read a human's temperature
If you want absolute accuracy than there is no substitution for an anal thermometer 🌡️Face With Thermometer

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