Virtually unbreakable infrared thermometer from ECEFast
04/09/2012 - One should always worry about the use of words like "unbreakable" — but the new Fluke 62 Max sets new standards of robust construction for compact hand held IR thermometers.
Drop-tested to 3 metres and with an IP54 dust and moisture protection rating, the Fluke 62 Max infrared thermometers are the closest things to unbreakable you can buy.
Fluke has released two models of this impressive product:
- Fluke 62 Max with a range of -30 to 500C
- Fluke 62 Max+ with a range of -30 to 650C, faster response time, higher accuracy and a new dual rotating laser sight for better targeting
The 62 Max has 10:1 optics, +/- 1.5% accuracy above zero degrees and 500msec response time.
While the 62 Max+ delivers 12:1 optics, +/- 1% accuracy above zero degrees and a 300msec response time.
Both thermometers perform over and above its predecessor (Fluke 62) and have specifications that surpass any other infrared thermometer available on the market.
The new series is designed for the real world where toughness counts and ease-of-use and intrinsic accuracy are essential. Both models have emissivity adjustment, max, min and average readings with high and low alarms.
New to Australian shores, the Fluke 62 Max is set to be a standard tool for any maintenance or quality engineer.
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