Cordless Infrared Temp Gun


September 9, 2013 - Products

Snap-on introduced its new MicroLithium Cordless Infrared Temp, which allows technicians to get precise temperature readings when working on engines and monitoring vehicle system temperatures in general.

The built-in microprocessor of the CTG761 will provide accurate readings for everything from monitoring heating and A/C units to inspecting exhaust and emission systems, thermostats, and engine temperature sensors, according to Snap-on. Plus, with the optional K-type probes, the user will have the added ability to measure highly accurate contact temperatures, Snap-on stated.

The new Snap-on 14.4 Volt Cordless Infrared Temperature Gun (CTG761) features a dual laser pointer that indicates the edges of the temperature circle, providing an accurate average temperature reading, the company stated. With a range of minus 58 degrees to 1,832 degrees Fahrenheit, the CTG761 is exact to plus or minus three degrees and also offers adjustable emissivity from 0.3 to 1.00.

The high-contrast display is visible in sunlight and the continuous-on long term record function enables monitoring temperature changes over a period of time without the need to press the trigger.

Customers can learn more about the new Snap-on 14.4 Volt Cordless Infrared Temperature Gun (CTG761) by contacting their participating Snap-on franchisee or representative or by visiting

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