Moisture Meters Bite Through Tasks With Bluetooth

(FLIR Systems)

FLIR Systems FLIR MR59 Ball Probe and the FLIR MR55 Pin moisture meters feature Bluetooth wireless connectivity. They offer moisture remediation, pest control, home or building inspection, and floor installation professionals the ability to read moisture measurements from a mobile device. 

 

The MR59 is a pinless moisture meter, unique for its ball probe sensor, which helps users cover larger areas in a shorter time. The ball probe makes it easy to measure in corners, over uneven surfaces, and around baseboards without leaving marks. The MR59 can help detect moisture below a surface when there is no visible presence, enabling professionals to determine the moisture migration path from the source. 

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The MR55 is a pin meter with a built-in library of 11 material groups: wood, drywall, concrete, brick, and other building materials. The user can tune the meter to the most appropriate test material to improve measurement accuracy. Professionals can also access a material group reference document from FLIR.com by using a smartphone device to scan a QR code on the back of the meter.

 

 

Both the MR59 and MR55 provide a convenient way to view data from a mobile device with the FLIR Tools Mobile App. This is useful when the meter’s display is out of view, such as when taking measurements on the ceiling or within a cabinet. For more details, watch the videos above and checkout the FLIR MR59 and FLIR MR55 datasheets.

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