Amprobe’s IR-730 infrared thermometer is designed to check AC units, ventilation, bearings, motors and transformers for overheating, bad fuses and electrical connections. It measures temperatures from –26°F to 2,282°F. It features a laser pointer, backlit, dual LCD display and a 30:1 distance-to-spot ratio.
Fluke’s 64 Max IR thermometer has laser technology for more repeatable measurements. It features a flashlight and large, easy-to-read backlit LCD display for easy viewing even in dark environments. It displays the minimum, maximum and average temperature or the difference between two measurements.
Klein Tools’ infrared thermometer measures between –4°F and 752°F. Users can select between Fahrenheit and Celsius measurements. It features drop protection up to 2 m and has an easy-to-read backlight. The optical resolution is 10:1. Auto power-off conserves battery life, and it also features a targeting laser and an automatic hold.
Fluke’s high-temperature infrared thermometer features a dual laser sighting for targeting. It operates at temperatures between –22°F and 1,652°F. It features a three-button on screen menu and multilingual interface. Users can adjust emissivity, start data logging or turn alarms on and off.
Klein Tools’ dual-laser infrared thermometer measures temperatures from -40 to 1,200°F. It measures bulk temperatures of air, gas or liquids when using a standard K-Type probe. It has a backlit display, an over-mold housing, IP-54-rated ingress protection for water- and dust-resistance, and a 3 m drop protection. It includes a custom carrying pouch, K-type temperature probe and battery.
Southwire Tools’ 1,500°F infrared thermometer features 20:1 distance-to-spot ratio, high and low temperature alarms (set by the user), a lock-on feature for continuous measurements and dual lasers to pinpoint the target.