|Display Size:||3.5 in.|
|Display Type:||Color LCD|
|Field of View (Horizontal):||56 Degrees|
|Focus Distance (Min.):||11.8 in.|
|Temperature Measurement Accuracy:||+/- 4 Degrees|
|Temperature Measurement Max. (C):||350 Degrees|
|Temperature Measurement Max. (F):||662 Degrees|
|Temperature Measurement Min. (C):||-10 Degrees|
|Temperature Measurement Min. (F):||14 Degrees|
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Q:Wat is the most common application for that handy looking guy,can it help locate faults and shorts in electric motors
A:The Milwaukee Thermal Imager is ideal for use by Electrical Contractors, HVAC/R Technicians, Building Inspectors, Energy Auditors and Plant Maintenance teams. It is also RESNET compliant. The Milwaukee Thermal Imager is a fantastic tool to diagnose problems with motors, drives, pumps mechanical equipment, electrical panels, chillers, air handlers, and identify energy losses around doors or windows. It can also be used to identify roof leaks and detect areas where mold could be present.
Q:Is this imager NIST -qualified /certified?
A:Thermal imagers don't 'read through' anything. If the concrete has been heated or cooled by underlying issues; then you could see that difference in temperature. The hollow cores on block walls will show cooler when the sun hits the exterior. Not enough of a temperature difference to tell from the inside when it is a block or concrete below grade.
A:Yes,this item comes with a Statement of Calibration.
Q:Will this thermal imager read through concrete and if so approximately how thick of concrete will it penetrate?
A:This thermal imager read the serf ace temperature of concrete. It will not read through the concrete.
Q:Will this read through concrete?
A:Yes it will. There is a adjustable Emissivity level on this meter. (default is set to 0.95 - for rubber, asphalt, concrete, black electrical tape)