English

Product selection guide: IR thermometers

Use our product selection guide to find the thermometer that fits your needs best.
RemoveRemove
Fluke 59 MAX Infrared Thermometer
Fluke 572-2 High-Temperature Infrared Thermometer
59 MAX Infrared Thermometer572-2 High Temperature Infrared Thermometer
Recommended usesHVAC, general troubleshootingManufacturing, refining, smelting, glass and ceramics 
What temperature range do you need to measure?-30 °C to +350 °C (-22 °F to +662 °F)-30 °C to +900 °C (-22 °F to +1652 °F) 
Will you be working from greater than 5 m (15 ft)?   
Will you be measuring objects 200 °C (400 °F), moving, uncontaminatable, energized objects or difficult to reach objects?   
Non-contact temperature range-30 °C to +350 °C (-22 °F to +662 °F)-30 °C to +900 °C (-22 °F to +1652 °F) 
Accuracy± 2.0 °C± (1.0 °C + 0.1 °/1 °C) 
SightingLaserDual laser 
Distance to spot (D:S)10:160:1 
Close-focus (6 mm / 0.24 spot)19 mm 
Form factorPistolPistol 
Dimensions, approximate (H x W x D)156 x 80 x 50 mm (6.14 x 3.15 x 2 in)17.69 x 5.18 x 16.36 cm (6.965 x 2.039 x 6.441 in) 
Battery1 AA2 AA 
Warranty1 year2 years 
Temperature areaInternal, ambient and non-contact surface temperature 
Min-Max-Avg-DifMin-Max-Avg-DifMin-Max-Avg-Dif 
Material type adjustment (emissivity)   
High and low alarms   
Time stampDate/time 
Soft-key feature menu navigation  
Multiple language interface  
English, French, Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, German user interface  
Probe typeThermocouple K 
Number of inputs1 
Temperature range-40 °C to +260 °C (-40 °F to +500 °F) 
Number of on-board memory locations99 
PC download and software  
Do you want to use industry standard thermocouples?  
Welcome to Fluke's Chat GPT Assistant. As with other generative AI systems, this chatbot may occasionally generate incorrect information. For questions regarding the safe use of Fluke tools, please refer to your owners manual. You must comply with your employer’s safety standards and obtain necessary training before using Fluke tools or taking electrical measurements. To speak with a person, visit our Contact Us page.
How can I help you today?