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M4235/0306
OS562
Infrared Thermometer
OS562 Thermometer Operating Instructions
STORAGE & CLEANING
This thermometer is a non-contact infrared thermometer.
There are many mathematical modes for the infrared
function. Please remember to keep away from children and
don’t use it for safety-related applications.
The thermometer should be stored at room temperature between -20 and 65°C (-4 and 149°F).
The sensor lens is the most delicate part of the thermometer. The lens should be kept clean at all times. Care should be
taken when cleaning the lens; use only a soft cloth or cotton swab moistened with water or medical alcohol. Allow the
lens to fully dry before using the thermometer. Do not submerge any part of the thermometer.
Laser Warning
and Certification
Label
Laser Aperture
Default Screen
LCD ERROR MESSAGES
The thermometer incorporates visual diagnostic messages as follows:
Simply aim the thermometer at the measure target
with Lens 7 and press Meas. key 9 to display
the surface temperature.
The Distance:Spot is 11:1. Please make sure the
target area is within the field of view.
FUNCTION
Press Emissivity key
1
_
BATTERIES The thermometer incorporates visual low battery indication as follows:
Emissivity key is inset.
Need blunt pointed object to use.
for setting the emissivity.
Press Emissivity key 1 , then press Up key 4 or Down key 2 to set the emissivity, then press
Mode key 5 to confirm it. The emissivity can be changed from 0.10 (10E) to 1 (100E).
Press Mode key
5
for scrolling more display functions as follows.
The emissivity data will show here. (The default emissivity is 0.95.)
Press Mode key 5 for the Maximum (MAX), Minimum (MIN), Difference between MAX and
MIN (DIF) and Average (AVG) modes. During the measurement, the special modes reading will
be displayed beside the mode icon.
Press Up key 4 or Down key 2 to change the High Alarm (HAL) o r Lo Ala r m ( LAL) , then
press Meas. key 9 to confirm it. For example: When the reading is 27°C with an LAL of 27.1°C, the
Low icon will flash and you will hear a beep.
Connect the thermocouple with Thermocouple socket 10 and put the probe in/on the target. The
thermometer will display the temperature automatically, without your needing to press any button.
To see the minimum or maximum data during the probe measurement, hold down the Up key 4
or Down key 2 .
After measuring high temps, the probe may remain HOT for while.
The thermomet er will automatically shut off if left idle for more than 60 sec, unless in PRB mode. (In PRB mode, it
will shut off if left idle for more than 12 minutes.)
ADD VALUE
In MAX, MIN, DIF, Press Up key 4 for L O C K m o d e ON/OFF. The lock mode is particularly useful for
AVG mode:
continuous monitoring of temperatures for up to 60 minutes.
Press Down key
2
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‘Hi’ or ‘Lo’ is displayed when the temperature being measured is outside of the settings of HAL and LAL.
‘Er2’ is displayed when the thermometer is exposed to rapid changes in the ambient
temperature. ‘Er3’ is displayed when the ambient temperature exceeds 0°C (32°F) or
50°C (122°F). The thermometer should be allowed plenty of time (minimum 30 minutes)
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_ to stablize to the working/room temperature.
For all other error messages, it is necessary to reset the thermometer. To reset it, turn the instrument off, remove
the batteries and wait for a minimum of one minute, reinsert the batteries and turn the instrument on. If the error
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SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Non-contact Infrared Scan function
Measurement R ange
Operating Range
Accuracy
-60 to 500°C (-76 to 932°F)
0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
±1.0°C (1.8°F)
(Tobj=15~35°C, Tamb=25°C)
Accuracy (Tobj=-33~500°C, ±2% of reading or 2°C (4°F),
whichever is greater
Tamb=23±3°C)
Resolution (-9.9~199.9°C)
0.1°C/0.1°F
Response Time (90%)
1 sec
Thermocouple probe Scan function
(K type probe not included)
-64 to 1400°C (-83.2 to 1999°F)
2% reading or 2°C (4°F)
at 20 to 26°C (68 to 78°F) ambient
Distance:Spot
Built-in laser
11:1
Non-contact temperature measurement with laser circle sighting.
Laser Power Output
Wavelength
Laser Classification
Beam Diameter
Beam Divergence
Laser Power Switch
<1mW
630~ 670 nm, Red
Class 2, EN60825-1
5mm
<2mrad
2 key
Typ. 14 hours 18 min. continuous use (Alkaline, without Laser and Backlight.)
Battery Life
Dimensions
175.2 x 39.0 x 71.9 mm (6.9 x 1.53 x 2.8 in)
Weight
179 grams (6.3 oz) including batteries (AAA 2 pcs)
Note: Under an electromagnetic field of 3 V/m from 200 to 600 MHz, the maximum error is 10°C (18°F).
for C or F switching.
In all modes: First a n d p r e s s U p k e y 4 for b a c k l i g h t f u n c t i o n
hold down the Meas. ON/OFF.
key 9
and press Down key 2 for laser function ON/OFF.
C A UTION You may receve harmful laser radiation exposure if you do not adhere to the warnings listed below:
1. Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified here may
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
2. Do not look at the laser beam coming out of the lens or view directly with optical instruments - eye
damage can result.
3. Use extreme caution when operating the laser sighting.
4. Never point the laser beam at a person.
5. Do not attempt to open the thermometer. There are no user serviceable parts inside.
6. Keep out of reach of all children.
‘Battery OK’: measurements
‘Battery Low’: batteries need to be
‘Battery Exhausted’: measurements
are possible
replaced; measurements are still possible
are not possible
When the ‘Low Battery’ icon indicates the batteries are low, the batteries should be replaced immediately with AAA,
1.5 V batteries. Please note: It is imp ortant to turn the instrument off before replacing the batteries; otherwise the
thermometer may malfunction.
Dispose of used batteries promptly and keep away from children.
AVOID EXPOSURE.
LASER RADIATION
IS EMITTED FROM THIS APERTURE
CAUTION
LASER RADIATION
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
OUTPUT<1mW,
WAVELENGTH 630-670nm
CLASS II (2) LASER PRODUCT.
COMPLIES WITH
FDA 21CFR 1040.10
& EN 60825-1/11.2001
Caution: The measure range is for thermometer only. User should choose proper probre types for different
kinds of applications. Please make sure the target to be measured will not exceed the temperature range of the
probe to avoid permanent damage of the thermocouple probe.
EMC/RFI
Read ings may be affected if the unit is operated within radio frequency electromagnetic field strength of
approximately 3 volts per meter, but the performance of the instrument will not be permanently affected.
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