Visual IR thermometer

The Fluke VT04 Visual IR Thermometer is a troubleshooting tool designed for electrical, industrial maintenance, and HVAC/R applications.

03/20/2014


The Fluke VT04 Visual IR Thermometer is a troubleshooting tool designed for electrical, industrial maintenance, and HVAC/R applications. Courtesy: FlukeThe Fluke VT04 Visual IR Thermometer is a troubleshooting tool with built-in digital camera and thermal heat map overlay that bridges the gap between traditional IR thermometers and infrared cameras. It is designed for electrical, industrial maintenance, and HVAC/R applications. The Fluke VT04 is fully automatic with built-in intelligence, so issues can be detected instantly with no training required. The VT04 includes advanced alarm features for troubleshooting stubborn intermittent issues, including a high-low temperature alarm that flashes on the screen if the user-selected temperature goes out of the selected range. It also has a time-lapse image capture that can be set to capture images in 30-sec to 1-hour intervals, and an auto-monitor alarm that initiates image capture after a temperature alarm has been triggered, allowing users to automatically capture images. A temperature reading is provided at the center point. Images are saved to the included micro-SD card, eliminating the need to write down single or multiple measurements. The VT04 Visual IR Thermometer also has a rechargeable Li-ion battery.

Fluke Corp.

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