At Testers.ie we offer a wide range of Thermal Imagers, IR Windows and Non-Contact Infrared Thermometers that are designed to offer long and reliable operation. Rugged and easy to handle – these Thermal Cameras are a world-class solution for both residential and commercial use. PowerPoint-Engineering is an authorised distributor for many leading manufacturer’s, such as Fluke, Megger and BEHA Amprobe.
The Fluke 561 IR Thermometer has K-type thermocouple capability. It can operate as a contact or non contact unit featuring functions for industrial, electrical and HVAC/R professionals will find essential in their line of work.
? Measure body (forehead) temperature
? Monitor individuals for temperature change
? Non-contact technique reduces potential
spread of diseases from using contact devices
The Fluke CV400 infrared window is designed to be built in to the electrical panel allowing for quick maintenance check of the elements inside.
The Fluke 62max Non-contact IR Thermometer is designed to instantly read the temperature of equipment in hard to reach areas without actually interfering with the scrutinised component.
The is a non contact thermometer ideally suited to preventive temperature check in transformers, motors, panels, circuit breakers, steam lines and similar.
The Fluke CV200 Thermal Imaging Window is ideally suited for plants where periodic machinery condition check can only be conducted while the equipment is at work.
The Fluke CV300 infrared window is delivered with an identification plate attached for unique, on-site numbering for rapid location confirmation and faster repairs.
The Fluke 566 is a two-in-one type digital thermometer that features IR probe as well as contact probe. This device features an innovative dot matrix display.
It helps you locate faults faster and more efficiently, and measure temperatures more accurately.
The Fluke 568 contact and non contact (IR) thermometer is very simple to use thanks to simplified interface with only three buttons.
The Fluke 572-2 High-Temperature Infrared Thermometer is designed for use to measure high temperatures in industrial environments across many sectors (electrical, metallurgic, glass, cement, etc.)