Hand-held-products supplier Fluke – represented locally by distribution service provider Comtest – has launched the Fluke 64 MAX IR thermometer with internal memory, unattended monitoring, improved accuracy, increased battery life, as well as the precision needed to do the job accurately.
Designed and tested to survive a 3 m drop, Comtest enthuses that this lightweight, compact infrared thermometer works in the “harshest of environments and even when unattended”.
Applications include the industrial maintenance, the electrical as well as the heating, ventilation and air conditioning industries.
Features of the Fluke 43 MAX IR thermometer include precise laser technology for more accurate and repeatable measurements, a temperature accuracy of up to ≥ 0 ºC: ± 1 ºC or ± 1% of reading, whichever is greater, with 20:1 distance to spot ratio (64 MAX).
Further features include a flashlight (64 MAX) and large, easy-to-read backlit liquid crystal display for easy viewing in dark environments; IP54-rated for extra protection against airborne contaminants; set time and desired interval between measurements and Auto Capture, which will capture spot temperatures unattended (64 MAX); and 99 data point logging (64 MAX).
The Fluke 43 MAX IR thermometer also displays the minimum, maximum or average temperature, or the difference between two measurements; boasts high and low alarms for rapid display of measurements outside set limits; and also includes a 62 MAX+ dual rotating laser to help identify an area, which needs to be measured.
This measurement area, Comtest explains, is the spot between the dots – 62 MAX and 64 MAX have one.