A Hot wire Anemometer built for the HVACR professional, a great tool for traversing a duct and automatically calculating CFM.
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A hand-held reference thermometer which uses current reversal, a technique used in high-end instruments to eliminate thermal EMFs, for precision temperature measurements.
Combines the functions of a clamp meter, oscilloscope, data logger and digital power meter in one device. Measures Power factor (PF), Reactive Power (VAR), Watt Hours (Wh), Kilowatt hours (kWh), AC Current, AC Voltage and more.
Small and light, use it to point-shoot-detect and obtain high quality thermal images at 80 x 60. Produces instant JPEG thermal imagery with all required temperature data.
The Portable multi-meter is mainly used for water quality professionals who want to perform electrochemical analysis for field and lab environments.
A hand-held manometer that allows you to easily make HVAC pressure measurements. This manometer can be used with pitot probes to measure duct velocity.
A dual laser infrared thermometer gun is a non-contact temperature measurement gun which has a built in camera for still images and video capturing.
Check voltage, continuity, and current with one compact tool. OpenJaw current lets you check current up to 100A without breaking the circuit. Test probes are customized for national electrical standards.
A 9mm video borescope/wireless inspection camera which allows you to capture videos and images that can be viewed on the wireless LCD monitor or transferred to your pc via a micro SD card or USB cable. Used to inspect walls for mold, electrical wire or water pipe location, inside ducts, behind motors and compressors.
Uses a step-by-step process to report on machine faults the first time measurements are taken, without prior measurement history. Features on-board identification and location of the most common mechanical faults (bearings, misalignment, unbalance, looseness).