Thermal Imaging DMM Handles Industrial Testing Chores

FLIR’s FLIR DM285 thermal imaging digital multimeter is an industrial inspection, troubleshooting, and diagnostic tool for a wide variety of electrical and electro-mechanical applications, as well as for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC/R) inspection. It can be used for diagnosing issues in electro-mechanical equipment such as rotating and reciprocating pumps and compressors, electric motors and drives, and associated monitoring and automation systems. It is also good for HVAC/R applications, as well as repair of printed circuit board components, voltage regulators, power supplies and microprocessors.

 

The 18-function, 160x120 thermal resolution DM285 measures temperatures up to +400°C, stores data for 10 sets of 40k scalar measurements and 100 images, and offers a recall function for data review in the field. It includes a built-in worklight and flexible battery options, including the long-life FLIR TA04 Li-Poly rechargeable battery or standard AA batteries, that ensure operability 24/7.

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The Analog Devices’ ADI ADIS16500/05/07 precision miniature MEMS IMU includes a triaxial gyroscope and a triaxial accelerometer. Each inertial sensor in the MEMS IMU combines with signal conditioning that optimizes dynamic performance.

 

The unit also includes batteries, high-quality silicone test leads, alligator clips, Type-K thermocouple, test lead storage/holder attachment, and a soft carrying case. Price for the FLIR DM285 is $699.99. Need more info? Check out a DM285 spec sheet.

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