67 MAX Clinical Infrared Thermometer
- Clinical infrared thermometer: ± 0.5 °F from 71.6 °F to 109 °F (± 0.3 °C from 22 °C to 43 °C)
- Non-contact thermal scanner device for measurement of human body temperature
- Adjustable alarm visually alerts the user when the temperature exceeds a programmed limit.
- Offers small, lightweight form factor to slip in a coat pocket
Product overview: 67 MAX Clinical Infrared Thermometer
Body temperature results in seconds.
The Fluke 67 MAX Clinical Infrared Thermometer* is a handheld non-contact thermometer optimized for measuring human temperature. The Fluke 67 MAX is accurate within +/- 0.5 °F over a measurement range of 71.6 °F to 109 °F (+/- 0.3 °C accuracy within range from 22 °C to 43 °C).
The Fluke 67 MAX has a built-in Body Mode, which adds an offset to account for the difference between surface skin temperature and core body temperature. The SCAN functionality allows the user to scan the forehead for the highest temperature to improve measurement repeatability, when compared to a single spot temperature measurement. This permits convenient forehead scans within seconds. The Fluke 67 MAX also has a fixed emissivity setting of 0.98, which is widely accepted as the most accurate setting for measuring human skin temperature.
The Fluke 67 MAX has been tested to IEC standard 60601-1-2 for electromagnetic compatibility. This tool has been tested to remain accurate when near other electronic devices such as portable RF communication equipment (two-way radios).
The Fluke 67 MAX, with its small size and versatile features, is extremely easy to use. Plus, it’s rugged enough to take a 2-meter drop, helpful if you work in busy, crowded work areas. You can also easily clean the surface of the Fluke 67 MAX with disinfecting wipes.
*The Fluke 67 MAX complies with FDA’s Enforcement Policy for Clinical Electronic Thermometers During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID19) Public Health Emergency.
*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
*Fever is a common symptom of COVID-19, typically appearing 2-14 days after exposure. Clinical electronic thermometers are an important screening and diagnostic tool to assist in the identification of those individuals who may be infected with COVID-19
Specifications: 67 MAX Clinical Infrared Thermometer
|Temperature measurement range||71.6 °F to 109.4 °F (22 °C to 43 °C)|
|Accuracy||± 0.5 °F from 71.6 °F to 109.4 °F (± 0.3 °C from 22 °C to 43 °C)|
|Spectral response||8 to 14 microns|
|Measurement distance range||2 to 6 inches (50 to 150 mm)|
|Display resolution||0.1°F (0.1°C)|
|Battery life||100 hours|
|Weight||8.8 oz (250 g)|
|Size||6.88 x 3.34 x 2.95 in (175 x 85 x 75 mm)|
|Operating temperature||59 °F to 104 °F (15 °C to 40 °C)|
|Storage temperature||-4 °F to 122 °F (-20 °C to 50 °C), without battery|
|Operating humidity||10% to 95% RH non-condensing|
|Operating altitude||2000 meters above mean sea level|
|Storage altitude||12,000 meters above mean sea level|
|Drop test||6.5 feet (2 meters)|
|Vibration and shock||IEC 68-2-6 2.5 g, 10 to 200 Hz, IEC 68-2-27, 50 g, 11 ms|
|Electromagnetic compliance||IEC 60601-1-2: Portable electromagnetic equipment|
|Standard compliance||IEC 60601-1: Pollution degree 2|
ASTM E1965: 22 to 40.0 °C
IEC 80601-2-56: 34.0 °C to 43.0 °C
Models: 67 MAX Clinical Infrared Thermometer
Fluke 67 MAX High-Accuracy Infrared Thermometer
- Non-contact clinical infrared thermometer
- (1) AA battery
- Registration card
- Statement of calibration