Product selection guide: IR thermometers

Use our product selection guide to find the thermometer that fits your needs best.
Fluke FoodPro Infrared Food Thermometer 1
Fluke 568 Ex Intrinsically Safe Infrared Thermometer
FoodPro Infrared Food Thermometer568 Ex Intrinsically Safe Mini Infrared Thermometer
Recommended usesFood inspection, food service, HACCP programsElectrical, refining, pharmaceutical, process industries, mechanical, plant, diesel, HVAC 
What temperature range do you need to measure?550 °C to +900 °C (1022 °F to +1600 °F)-40 °C to +800 °C (-40 °F to +1472 °F) 
Will you be measuring objects 200 °C (400 °F), moving, uncontaminatable, energized objects or difficult to reach objects?   
Will you be working from greater than 5 m (15 ft)?  
Non-contact temperature range-30 °C to +200 °C (-25 °F to +390 °F)-40 °C to +800 °C (-40 °F to +1472 °F) 
Accuracy± 1 °C (2 °F), 0 °C to +65 °C (+32 °F to +150 °F)Greater of ± 1 % or ± 1.0 °C (± 2.0 °F) 
Distance to spot (D:S)2.5:150:1 
SightingLED illuminationLaser point 
Typical distance to targetUp to 250 mm (10 in)Up to 7.5 m (25 ft) 
Form factorPistolPistol 
Dimensions, approximate (H x W x D)14.5 x 3 x 5 cm (5.25 x 1.25 x 2 in)17.69 x 5.18 x 16.36 cm (6.965 x 2.039 x 6.441 in) 
BatteryAA3 AAA 
CaseSoft caseHard case 
Warranty2 years2 years 
Temperature areaSurface temperatureInternal, ambient and non-contact surface temperature 
Material type adjustment (emissivity)Preset for foodMaterial table or 0.1 to 1.00 by 0.01 
High and low alarmsLow and high out of safe range LEDsHigh and low alarms 
Sealing for liquidIP 54 (hand washable, not submersible) 
Soft-key feature menu navigation  
Multiple language interface  
English, French, Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, German user interface  
Hazardous location approval  
Hands-free logging  
Probe typeThermocouple K 
Number of inputs1 
Temperature range-270 °C to +1372 °C (-454 °F to +2501 °F) 
Number of on-board memory locations99 
Will you use the thermometer in a hazardous location where there might be explosive gases?  
Do you want to use industry standard thermocouples?