Safely measure surface temperatures from a distance while still maintaining laser-sharp accuracy. Practical for both indoors and outdoors use, the Lasergrip 774 is simple to operate and easy to store. Use the infrared temperature scanner for a high range of applications, from internal electronic components to oven temperatures. With a temperature measurement range that surpasses boiling points, the possibilities are endless.
Measure extreme temperatures ranging from -58℉ (-50℃) to 716℉ (380℃) without ever needing to come in contact. The Lasergrip 774 eliminates the potential danger of harmful burns or minor frostbite. Its simple operation and noncontact infrared temperature technology make it the safest way to measure heat.
Take temperatures for grilling meals and under the hood car maintenance without the risk of injury from hot vapor or steam. Just stand from a distance, point, aim and measure. It should never be more complicated than this.
Instant Result Readout
No more waiting. Know the measured surface temperature within less than a second. The Lasergrip features a quick unit conversion button so you can effortlessly switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius without ever needing to remeasure. When a measurement is made, the results are locked on the display for data recording convenience.
The Lasergrip makes all other temperature tools obsolete. With practical automates temperature measurement automation, this device does all of the hard work for you. There's no setup or waiting ever necessary.
Laser Sharp Accuracy
Activate laser pointing guidance to scan the surface temperature of any object with an accuracy of ±2% or 2℃/℉. You’ll always know the exact point of measurement without hesitation.
Industrial Build for Industrial Use
The compact design and high-quality plastic build makes the Lasergrip easy to store and use on-the-go. It's reliable and a perfect tool for contractors and mechanics.
The Lasergrip 774 is handy for a large range of household uses and tasks. The helpful data hold function makes it easy to use when cooking, checking for a draft, or maintaining a car.