Test Meters Pack Thermal Imaging Technology

FLIR unveils six test and measurement products that include two digital multimeters and a clamp meter that feature FLIR’s IGM (Infrared Guided Measurement). Powered by the FLIR Lepton microcamera thermal core, the FLIR DM166 and FLIR DM285 digital multimeters and the FLIR CM275 clamp meter feature a built-in screen to show heat caused by electrical faults, allowing users to find issues faster and more safely. Check out FLIR’s latest offerings.



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The FLIR DM285 provides 18-functiona and a 160 x 120 thermal resolution. Described as the company’s most advanced digital multimeter, it measures temperatures up to +400°C. Along with IGM, it features onboard storage for measurements and images, as well as wireless connectivity to streamline the inspection process and simplify data collection, sharing, and reporting. Price is $699.99.




FLIR’s most advanced 600A ac/dc clamp meter offers a 160 x 120 thermal resolution. The instrument has a wide range of measurement functions, plus a narrow jaw, built-in work lights, and a screen that’s more than 40% larger than the previous model. Price is $699.99.




Described as the company’s most affordable digital multimeter and thermal imager combination, the FLIR DM166 features an 80 x 60 thermal resolution, broad multimeter test functions, and the flexibility for use in both high- and low-voltage applications. Price is $499.99.


The unveiling also includes three professional-grade digital multimeters: the FLIR DM91 with data logging and wireless connectivity for industrial or benchtop work ($274.99); the FLIR DM66 offering a very wide range of test features ($149.99); and the FLIR DM62 general-purpose multimeter ($129.99).  For more information and specs, contact FLIR Systems Inc., Wilsonville, OR. 877-773-3547

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