The Thermal Leak Detector is more accurate when the surface temperature is closer to room temperature, and less accurate with higher and lower surface temperatures. For example: At freezing (32ºF, 0ºC), the accuracy is ±5ºF (±2.8ºC) At room temperature (73ºF, 23ºC), the accuracy is ±2.5ºF (±1.3ºC) At boiling (212ºF, 100ºC), the accuracy is ±5ºF (±2.8ºC)
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