The TG165 eliminates the blind guesswork of troubleshooting by combining a single spot IR thermometer with the power of a thermal camera in a compact package.
Built around FLIR’s Lepton micro thermal imaging camera core, the Thermometer makes it easy for users to identify invisible hot and cold spots from a safe distance to enable a quick investigation and solution.
No training is required to use TG 165 and maintenance workers, contractors, electricians, HVAC techs and homeowners can solve heating and electrical issues quickly and safely.
TG165’s dual lasers visually mark the edges of what is being measured and the cross hairs pinpoint the centre point of the measurement area.
The Thermometer is designed to withstand a two metre drop, making it rugged enough for industrial use and for do-it-yourself property owners.
The TG165 is priced at £399 excluding VAT and will be available to purchase at industrial test equipment retailers in markets from early October 2014.
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