Fluke 62 Mini IR Thermometer
In the July Fluke News Plus Survey and Contest we asked you how you use your infrared thermometer, on the job or in your spare time.
We asked for comments about the most important use and the most creative use. Could be job-related or not.
We’d like to share some of the responses so you can vote, to help us pick the prize winner (who will receive a C550 Premium Tool Bag).
If you vote you’ll be entered in a random drawing--the winner of the random drawing will receive a Fluke RLD2 HVAC/R Flashlight.
A sample of the responses you’ll vote on:
What type of infrared thermometer?
Fluke 54-II B
Fluke offers a wide variety of thermometers. Most of those surveyed used either the Fluke 62 Mini Infrared Thermometer or the F-50 Series II contact thermometers.
The 62 Mini is a non-contact thermometer that works well for temperature measurement in hard-to-reach, hot, rotating, or dangerous situations. Rugged enough for industrial environments, with its protective rubber “boot,” the 62 Mini comes with a handy nylon holster, keeping quick temperature checks at your fingertips.
The 50 Series II contact thermometers offer fast response and laboratory accuracy (0.05% + 0.3°C) in a rugged, handheld test tool. Their Electronic Offset function allows compensation of thermocouple errors to maximize overall accuracy. They measure J, K, T, and E types of thermocouples.