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Elcometer 214L IR Digital Laser Thermometer

The Elcometer 214 is a simple, easy-to-use, non-contact thermometer which safely and accurately measures surface temperature of non-reflective materials using infrared technology.

With a user switchable measuring range of -35°C to 365°C or -31°F to 689°F, a digital display of the temperature is produced in less than one second.

  • Non-contact technology with laser spot indicator
  • ºC / ºF user switchable
  • Fast, 1 second scanning of any surface
  • Measure objects as small as 25mm (1”)
  • Distance-to-Target Ratio of 8:1
  • Easy to read LCD display

The Elcometer 214 IR Digital Laser Thermometer has a D/T ratio (Distance-to-Target) of 8:1 and measures the emitted energy from a target spot one-eighth the size of the working distance.

As can be seen in the diagram, if the distance from the sensor optics to the target is 200mm (8") for example, the diameter of the measured area is 25mm (1").

Elcometer 214 Infrared Digital Laser Thermometer
Elcometer 214 Infrared Laser Thermometer

Technical Specification

Part Number Description
G214L----3 Elcometer 214 Infrared Digital Laser Thermometer
Measuring Range -35°C to 365°C (-31 to 689°F)
Ambient Temperature 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Resolution 0.2°C (0.5°F)
Accuracy ±1.5°C (2.7°F)
Distance-To-Target 8:1, 25mm (1”) spot size
Emissivity Fixed at 0.95
Response Time 1 second
Battery Type 2 x LR03 (AAA)
Battery Life 14+ hours continuous use
Dimensions 166 x 34 x 64mm (6.5 x 1.3 x 2.5")
Weight 113g (3.98oz)
Packing List Elcometer 214 Infrared Digital Laser Thermometer, 2 x AAA batteries (fitted), wrist strap and operating instructions

Videos

Climatic Conditions

An Introduction to Climatic Testing

When it comes to applying a coating; whether in a shipyard, in a construction yard, or even in a warehouse; even if you have successfully controlled and monitored the surface cleanliness, surface profile, and both the wet and dry film thickness, if the climatic conditions are wrong at the time of application, this could cause the coating to fail – regardless of the success of the other parameters.

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An Introduction to Climatic Testing
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When it comes to applying a coating; whether in a shipyard, in a construction yard, or even in a warehouse; even if you have successfully controlled and monitored the surface cleanliness, surface profile, and both the wet and dry film thickness, if the climatic conditions are wrong at the time of application, this could cause the coating to fail – regardless of the success of the other parameters.

Click here to download the video script in English.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/qvhk90oWPII
How to measure Dewpoint & Relative Humidity using a Whirling Hygrometer or Sling Psychrometer
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Applying a coating in the correct climatic conditions is vital, as if conditions are not suitable - say the surface is too hot, the atmosphere is too humid, or moisture has condensed on the surface to be painted for example - this could cause the coating to fail.

Click here to download the video script in English.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Id4R-2KT9jc