Perfect for auto mechanics diagnosing catalytic converters
The handheld Fluke 66 infrared thermometer provides non-contact temperature measurement. Fluke 66 infrared thermometers determine an object's surface temperature by measuring the amount of infrared energy radiated by the object's surface.
The non-contact Fluke 66 infrared thermometer is the ideal professional diagnostic tool for HVAC technicians performing room balance checks, electricians evaluating electrical connections, and auto mechanics diagnosing catalytic converters. The portable Fluke 66 infrared thermometer enables professionals to research heating and ventilation problems, monitor the status of electrical motors and electrical panels, and diagnose car malfunctions with ease. Fluke 66 infrared thermometers measure surface temperatures, helping to quickly locate potential blockages or malfunctioning systems which reduces work time and improves performance.
The Fluke 66 infrared thermometer features a laser sighting system to guide measurements to the right target and to indicate the approximate center of the measurement area. With a distance to spot ratio of 30:1, use your non-contact Fluke 66 infrared thermometer within 15 feet (5 meters) of the intended target. At greater distances, the measured area will be larger (approximately the distance divided by 30).