A non-contact IR thermometer allows you to stay a safe distance from the object and get the most accurate readings across a wide range of temperatures, thus, the term non-contact.
Handheld infrared thermometers are designed for applications requiring users to instantly measure temperature in hard-to-reach areas where you might need a ladder or where the object is hot, rapidly changing temperature, rotating, difficult to reach, energized, or in other dangerous situations (such as high voltage). In harsh environments where fixed or contact thermometers are unable to meet your requirements, a Fluke infrared thermometer is the better solution. Fluke IR thermometers use an extra bright laser to aim the thermometer at the specific object to ensure you are reading the right temperature at the safest distance, hence, the term 'laser thermometer'.
Visual IR thermometers are troubleshooting tools with an infrared heat map. They bridge the gap between low cost IR thermometers and higher priced thermal imagers allowing users to see beyond temperature. Instead of the tedious task of taking and recording multiple, individual temperature readings, you get the complete picture with a blended visual and thermal image of your target area.
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75% Blended image
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Fluke also offers multiple models of contact thermometers and all the accessories to go with them. If your application calls for an internal temperature reading with laboratory accuracy (0.05% + 0.3°C), and split second results, check out the rugged, handheld Fluke 50 series for your application.
Whether you need contact, non-contact or both in the same thermometer, Fluke has the right tool for your application.