IR thermometer

  • 31-May-2013 02:55 EDT
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The Fluke VT02 visual IR thermometer troubleshooting camera features an infrared heat map to combine the insight of a thermal imager, visual images of a digital camera, and the point-and-shoot convenience of an infrared thermometer. The VT02 detects problems using blended thermal and digital imagery and displays and saves images as full visual, full infrared, or in blended modes. Markers pinpoint hot and cold spots with red and blue boxes, and a temperature reading is provided at the center point. Images are saved to the micro-SD card, eliminating the need to record. The VT02 uses hyper-thin pyroelectric technology and operates focus-free, expanding the user base. Images can be imported into included SmartView analysis and reporting software to produce professional reports that document problems detected or repairs made.

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