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The Fluke 62 Mini Infrared Thermometer will allow you to read temperatures from -20 to 932 degrees Fahrenheit — while keeping at a safe distance. Great for motor maintenance, electrical, heating, and many other uses, the Fluke 62 stores the maximum temperature so you don’t have to write it down, and the built-in laser shows you what you’re shooting at.

Fluke is well-known and respected for very high-quality electronic testing products, so $90 for the Fluke 62 and a nylon belt holster seems like a good deal.

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3 Responses to Fluke 62 Mini Infrared Thermometer

  1. fred says:

    You seem to have lost many of the recent comments that had been posted. Maybe it the terrible automatic refresh that you have on your otherwise great site – hint hint.
    Nonetheless, I commented before that we had started out with a Raytek (a Fluke Comapany – with Fluke being a Danaher company) ST25 – which was aimed at the auto mechanic market. It was a nice tool – but had a set emissivity (0.95 – that’s found on many lower-end IR thermometers). It is fine if you point at a dull black body of flat paint – but worthless to check the temp of aluminum plate or copper heating pipe. We switched over to Raytek ST80’s (now being sold as Fluke 68) and bought one high-end MX4 (now Fluke 574) – you can set emissivity on these and get accurate results for varying materials.
    We use a table of emisivities like that provided on this site:


  2. BC says:

    These are great tools in the restoration business. Point them at a water-damaged section of drywall or wood while it’s still damp, and you can tell exactly how much material is damaged. The damaged section will read colder than the undamaged section.

  3. fred says:

    Re BC Says

    A good application!
    And a lot cheaper than buying a $20,000 FLIR thermal imaging camera

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