Metris Model THD2FE
Infrared Forehead Thermometer
FDA Cleared 510(k) ~
Clinical / Medical / Hospital Use
TAKE ANYONE’S TEMPERATURE
AT AN ACCURACY OF 0.4 DEGREES F
Metris is a 15-year old company focused on offering innovative infrared temperature measurement that serve a wide range of vertical markets. metris is a 15-year old company focused on offering innovative infrared temperature measurement that serve a wide range of vertical markets.
The principals of the company are experts in applying infrared temperature measurement in
diverse applications. They have over 50 years experience in infrared technology thru past management positions with Raytek, Fluke and Amprobe. They have the knowledge to help apply instrumentation procedures in process measurement and control, manufacturing, food applications ,
electrical troubleshooting and HVAC testing.
The company’s goal is to provide instruments of unequalled value that offer unique solutions to customer problems. If you need to perform a temperature measurement safely, from a distance with outstanding accuracy….please check out our family of products. See something you like? Let us know. If not, call or email us and tell us what you need and we’ll discuss what we can do.
Take Accurate Temperatures
With Our Non-Contact Infrared Thermometers
The major advantage of non contact infrared thermometers is the ability to measure the temperature of hot, hazardous, or hard-to-reach objects safely without contact from comparatively large distances. What temperatures do infrared thermometers measure? Infrared thermometers work by sensing heat energy radiated from an object’s surface. The best infrared thermometer for most applications is a non-contact infrared thermometer with laser targeting (i.e., laser aiming) employing one or more lasers.
Non contact infrared thermometers offer unparalleled versatility for measuring the temperature of just about any material. By contrast, contact thermometers require thermal contact between the thermometer probe and the material being measured, which can be difficult (if not impossible) for many materials. Contact thermometers require time (perhaps 10s of seconds) to reach a final temperature whereas the temperature reading from an IR thermometer is practically instantaneous.