Infrared thermometer

The Fluke 68IS Infrared Thermometer is a non-contact thermometer designed for reliability and added user safety when measuring surface temperature in potentially explosive or flammable environments. With a temperature range of -25 to 1400 degrees F (-32 to 760 degrees C), the Fluke 68IS can support spot measurement, temperature differential and scanning techniques to monitor surface temperature...
By Staff October 1, 2005

The Fluke 68IS Infrared Thermometer is a non-contact thermometer designed for reliability and added user safety when measuring surface temperature in potentially explosive or flammable environments. With a temperature range of -25 to 1400 degrees F (-32 to 760 degrees C), the Fluke 68IS can support spot measurement, temperature differential and scanning techniques to monitor surface temperature, helping to locate potential blockages or malfunctioning systems for improved equipment performance. The IR thermometer features a backlit display for use in poorly lit areas and enhanced optical performance with a distance-to-spot ratio of 50:1, enabling users to measure smaller objects from greater distances. It has rubber overmolding, a sealed battery compartment and a durable hard plastic storage case.

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