Temperature measurement is nothing new to Fluke. We have an entire line of industrial non-contact IR thermometers, as well as industrial thermographs and digital multimeters that measure temperature - all known for their accuracy, dependability and ruggedness. Our latest offering, the Fluke 67 MAX, is an infrared forehead thermometer for human temperature screening and is engineered to meet your demand for a well-engineered IR thermometer.
Where to use the Fluke 67 MAX
The rugged design of the Fluke 67 MAX Clinical Infrared Thermometer makes it ideal for use in public spaces such as:
- Hospitals and healthcare facilities
- Grocery stores and other retail businesses
- Theaters and entertainment venues
- Military and government facilities
Why the Fluke 67 MAX?
The Fluke 67 MAX is easy to use right out of the box, has been tested for accuracy in temperature measurements, and has been engineered to Fluke’s rugged standard (drop test rated to 6.5 ft.). The non-contact infrared thermometer has been tested for accuracy down to the 0.5 °F in ambient temperatures from 59 °F to 104 F. The SCAN feature is designed to reduce the possibility of interference from sweat, dust, or water. It also has been tested for EMC performance in the presence of radio waves. The 67 MAX “body mode” provides an offset from human skin to internal body temperature.
How to use the Fluke 67 MAX to take human temperatures
The Fluke 67 MAX is ready to use right when you turn it on. Follow local guidelines regarding personal protective equipment, such as wearing a mask, gloves, or using a shield.
- Place the Fluke 67 MAX measurement tip six inches away from the forehead.
- Hold the trigger and scan side to side across the forehead.
- Release the trigger and read the temperature.
*The Fluke 67 MAX accuracy complies with and accuracy tested in accordance with ASTM E1965-98 and ISO 80601-2-56 standard but is not FDA 510(k) cleared or approved