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Milwaukee 2265-20 Laser Temp-Gun Thermometer
Model#: MILN2265-20

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Milwaukee 2265-20 Laser Temp-Gun Thermometer

Model#: MILN2265-20
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  • Surface temperature measurement from -22 degrees F to 662 degrees F (-30 degrees to 350 degrees C)
  • 10:1 distance to spot ratio, measures a 1 ft. spot from 10 ft. away
  • User configurable Hi/Low alarm settings
  • High contrast, white on black display with backlight for easy reading
  • Rugged over-molding increases durability and user grip
  • Hold and Max Value functions
  • 0.1 degree F display resolution
  • 1.5% accuracy
  • Laser TEMP-GUN - 2265-20
  • (3) AA Batteries
  • Product Manual


Cordless: Yes
Accuracy: 0.02
Battery Type: AA
Display Resolution: 0.1 C,0.1F
Distance To Spot: 10 to 1
Emissivity: 0.95
K-Type Thermocouple Input: No
Temperature Range: -22 degrees F - 662 degrees F


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  • Laser Temp-Gun Thermometer


    Could this also be used to locate cold spots indicating a lack of insulation or air leaks? Is there a better/more appropriate kind of temp gun for that usage?
    Asked on 1/1/2015 by Nathaniel from Germantown, MD

    2 answers

    • A:

      To a certain degree, yes it could, but it would be a time consuming process compared to other options. A thermal imager would be a much more fast and accurate solution, but Milwaukee's version is quite expensive, though if it is like their other tools, quite dependable.

      Answered on 1/7/2015 by Andy from Elko, NV
    • Staff Reviewer


      The chuck is what holds the bit. You must use a bit with a 1/4" chuck in order to use this drill.

      Answered on 1/2/2015 by Ray from Atlanta
  • Laser Temp-Gun Thermometer


    what is this tool used for.
    Asked on 9/1/2013 by none from pasadena,MD

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer


      The Laser TEMP-GUN™ is a diagnostic tool to check for surface hot spots which are a clear indicator of electrical problem.

      Answered on 9/3/2013 by Ken from Atlanta, GA
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