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Fluke 62 Mini Infrared Thermometer

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niobrara:
TPI model381 I have had it about 2 years then my carry multi meter is a UEI G2 Phoenix. And I just bought a new analog meter MA_line for those little dc and frequency checks that seem to have be a issue for my digital s. I have a couple of fluke multis also. One can not have to many meters. :cheers:

domain:
I have one of these when I could purchase on sale at LOWES for $9.99. Serves me well but I use my fluke k-type for product temp. Much more accurate. O0 O0




http://www.testequipmentdepot.com/general/temperature/infrared/irt207.htm?ref=gbase&gclid=COOKsoXmyrYCFaYWMgodt3AApg

AJ:
$9.99 is crazy cheap...

Been looking at some model with Dual lasers like the Fluke 62 MAX+ so I could get a better idea of the exact area I'm covering with the IR.

Have you guys seen the New Fluke Visual IR Thermometer?
http://www.fluke.com/fluke/usen/Thermometers/Infrared-Thermometers/VT02-Visual-IR-Thermometer.htm?PID=75051

Expensive, but I think it would be really interesting to try.
Could you see electrical parts failing on a control board?
Could you see failing pumps and motors over heating?
Could you see the temp difference in evaporators?
What would a slipping washer clutch look like?

Bad connections generate heat too. Could it help you find bad connections by being able to see the temperature of the wire or spade?
Could it even help you locate a bad solder connection on a control board without having to even see the other side of the board?


niobrara:
How much ?  $$$

domain:

--- Quote from: niobrara on April 14, 2013, 02:00:20 PM ---How much ?  $$$

--- End quote ---
$850 plus.... :welcome:

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