Fluke 60 Series Handheld Infrared Thermometer

Fluke 60 Series Handheld Infrared Thermometer

SKU: Fluke 61, Fluke 63

Ideal for tasks requiring temperature readings in difficult or hazardous environments, such as areas that are inaccessible, extremely hot, rotating, or dangerous. These handheld devices facilitate accurate temperature measurement across a wide spectrum from -40°C to 760°C (-40°F to 1400°F). They are perfect for professionals needing to check the condition of electrical motors and panels, investigate heating and ventilation issues, or troubleshoot automobile problems.

These instruments feature improved optics for measuring smaller objects from greater distances, all within a handheld device that is both comfortable and simple to operate.

Fluke 61:

  • Equipped with a bright laser for precise targeting.
  • Displays data clearly for quick reading.
  • Includes a shock-absorbing holster to enhance durability.
  • Offers 0.2°C (0.5°F) resolution up to 275°C (525°F).
  • Features a backlight for visibility in dark conditions.
  • Automatic sleep mode activates after 7 seconds to save battery life.
  • Powered by alkaline batteries capable of up to 4000 measurements.

Fluke 63:

  • Features high-resolution optics for detailed viewing.
  • Delivers high accuracy: 1% and repeatability: 0.5%.
  • Displays maximum temperature readings.
  • Includes laser targeting for precise measurement.
  • Comes with a backlit display for low-light visibility.
  • Expanded measurement range, reaching up to 535°C (999°F).
Hold temperature readings Yes
Range -18 to 275 °C (-0 to 525 °F) -32 to 535 °C (-25 to 999 °F)
Distance to spot ratio 8:1 12:1
Emissivity Fixed at 0.95 Fixed at 0.95
Measurement Accuracy -18 °C (0 °F) to -1 °C (30 °F): 3 °C (5 °F)above -1 °C (30 °F) to 275 °C (525 °F):  2% of reading or 2 °C (3.5 °F)(With the instrument stable between

23-25 °C)

-32 to -26 °C (-25 to -15 °F): 3 °C (5 °F)-26 to -18 °C (-15 to 0 °F): 2.5 °C (4 °F)-18 to 23 °C (-0 to 73 °F): 2 °C (3 °F)For targets above 23 °C (73 °F): 1% of reading or 1 °C (2 °F), whichever is greater

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