FLUKE 62 MAX INFRARED THERMOMETER -30 TO 500°C
Designed with your on-the-job needs in mind, the Fluke 62 MAX infrared thermometer is everything you’d expect from the experts in measurement tools. Small in size, extremely accurate and very easy to use. IP54 rated for dust and water resistance. Precise yet rugged enough to take a 3-meter drop.
- Dust and water-resistant: IP54 rated for dust and water resistance.
- Rugged: 3-meter (9.8-foot) drop tested.
- Ergonomically designed: Completely redesigned for a more natural hand fit.
- Small and lightweight; clips to your tool belt or belt loop or easily fits into your tool box.
- Distance to spot: Precise laser technology makes for more accurate and repeatable measurements.
- Dual lasers: The 62 MAX+ has dual rotating lasers to help you identify area to be measured. The measurement area is the spot between the dots.
- Large, backlit display: Large screen makes data easier to read, even in dark areas.
- Min/Max/Avg/Dif: Displays the minimum, maximum or average temperature, or the difference between two measurements.
- Alarm: Hi and Lo alarms for rapid display of measurements outside the limits.
- Power: Both the 62 MAX and 62 MAX+ are powered by a single, standard AA battery.
Temperature Range -30 °C to 500 °C
- Response Time (95 %) <500 ms (95 % of reading)
Spectral Response 8 to 14 microns
Emissivity 0.10 to 1.00
Temperature Coefficient ・}0.1 °C/°C or ・}0.1 %/°C of reading (whichever is greater)
Optical Resolution 10:1 (calculated at 90 % energy)
- Display Resolution 0.1 °C (0.2 °F)
Repeatability (% of reading) ・}0.8 % of reading or ・}1.0 °C (2 °F), whichever is greater
- Power 1 AA IEC LR06 Battery
Battery Life 10 hours with laser and backlight on
Weight 255 g (8.99 oz)
Size (175 x 85 x 75) mm (6.88 x 3.34 x 2.95) inches
Operating Temperature 0 °C to 50 °C (32 °F to 122 °F)
Storage Temperature -20 °C to 60 °C (-4 °F to 140 °F), (without battery)
Operating Humidity 10 % to 90 % RH non-condensing @ 30 °C (86 °F)
Operating Altitude 2000 meters above mean sea level
- Storage Altitude 12,000 meters above mean sea level