Multipurpose Thermometer for Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Inspections
Lighten up your toolbox with the one tool that combines the temperature measurement functions that professionals need most for inspecting heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems. The Fluke 561 HVACPro provides both non-contact and contact temperature measurements, replacing several other test tools. It is fast, efficient and easy to use, saving you valuable time and effort.
- Use the infrared (IR) thermometer to measure hot, moving, electrically energized and hard-to-reach objects instantly.
- Check motors, insulation, breakers, radiant heating, pipes, corroded connections and wires plus scan ducts in the ceiling from the floor without a ladder.
- Handy Velcro pipe probe included for superheat and sub-cooling contact measurements
- Or plug in your own industry-standard K-type thermocouple probes and get the most out of your tool investments.
- IR thermometer for quick measurements up close, or at a distance, without a ladder
- Contact thermometry capability, compatible with all standard mini-connector type K thermocouples, preserves your investment in thermocouples
- Velcro® pipe probe for superheat and sub-cooling and other contact and ambient measurements
- Single-point laser sighting
- Temperature range of -40 °C to 550 ° C (-40 °F to 1022 °F) covers most industrial and residential applications
- Easy emissivity adjustment (Lo, Med, Hi) for measuring pipes and other shiny materials more accurately
- Lightweight (just 12 ounces/340 grams) and portable
- Very easy to use
- Efficient-no need to shut down equipment when making IR measurements
- MIN, MAX, and DIF functions help you quickly identify problems
- Scan large areas or small objects quickly and efficiently
- 561 IR thermometer
- K-Type thermocouple Velcro® pipe probe
- Hard carrying case
- 2 AA batteries
- Users manual
- Laser-guided sighting for IR measurements
In the IR mode, you can take temperatures within two meters of the target and scan ducts from further away without a ladder. The laser sighting system guides measurements. The single laser dot indicates the approximate center of the measurement area. The measured area becomes larger with distance.