Fluke 572-2 High Temperature Infrared Thermometer

Manufacturer: Fluke
Fluke-572-2 High Temperature Infrared Thermometer measures temperatures up to 900°C The Fluke 572-2 High-Temperature Infrared Thermometer is the ideal tool for high-temperature industrial environments all around the world. Whether you work in power utility, metal refining and smelting, glass, cement or petrochemical environments, the 572-2 offers the rugged performance accuracy you need to get the job done, backed by the most trusted name in test tools. The simple, three-button on-screen menu interface saves time and makes even complex measurements easy. With just a few pushes of a button you can adjust emissivity, start data logging, or turn on and off alarms. The 60:1 distance-to-spot ratio with dual laser sighting helps pinpoint the target fast, making it easier to measure small objects from a long distance.


Other useful features:

Audible and visible alarms for rapid detection of high and low temperatures outside the limits
Stores up to 99 data sets for review and analysis
Powered by two, standard AA batteries -30-
Presents infrared and thermocouple temperatures on a bright backlit display
Is compatible with standard mini-connector K-type thermocouples, including ones you already own and have installed
Features last reading Hold (20 seconds)


Infrared Measurements
Infrared temperature range -30°C to 900°C (-22°F to 1652°F)

IR accuracy (calibration geometry with ambient temperature 23°C ± 2°C) ≥ 0°C: ± 1°C or ± 1% of the reading, whichever is greater
≥ -10°C to < 0°C: ±2°C < -10°C: ±3°C ≥ 32°F: ± 2°F or ± 1% of the reading, whichever is greater ≥ 14°F to < 32°F: ±4°F < 14°F: ±6°F IR repeatability ±0.5% of reading or ±0.5°C (±1°F), whichever is greater Display resolution 0.1°C / 0.1°F Distance: Spot 60:1 (calculated at 90% energy) Minimum spot size 19 mm Laser sighting Offset dual laser, output < 1 mW Spectral response 8 μm to 14 μm Response time (95%) < 500 ms Emissivity Digitally adjustable from 0.10 to 1.00 by 0.01 or via built-in table of common materials

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