Fluke VT04 Visual Infrared Thermometer
The Fluke VT04 Visual Infrared Thermometer with PyroBlend Plus Optic and Li-Ion Battery, 14-482°F Range, 28° x 28° Ratio detects issues instantly by combining a built-in digital camera with a thermal heat map overlay.
The VT04 features PyroBlend Plus technology that delivers 4x sharper images for enhanced problem detection, the best-in-class field of view, and a powerful alarm and auto monitoring feature that detects stubborn, intermittent issues.
The design is compact because we know you want a tool you can keep with you all day, or grab and go when you get a call. The controls are intuitive because we know you want to pick it up and start using it right away.
Image Optics System: PyroBlend Plus
Field of View: 28° x 28°
The Fluke VT 04A offers a variety of benefits for the user. The thermal heat map overlay gives thermal context to digital images. Additionally, the VT04 adds 4x sharper resolution for better thermal inspection capabilities when more detail is required.
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This thermometer saves a blended infrared and visual image with every image capture instantly. The VT04 also adds best-in-class field-of-view to see more instantly and to work in tight spaces.
Half the issue is detecting where a hot or cold marker started. After locating a hot or cold spot, the user can save the image with the temperature reading and pinpoint the exact location using the blending between full thermal to full visual.
The Fluke VT04 Hi/Lo Temp Alarm signals when the center point temperature measurement breaches a user determined threshold. Simply set the desired temperature alarm point and scan the target area and watch for the alarm to trigger.
It also has two powerful automated monitoring features that take images at a set duration or when the temperature alarm is triggered. This allows for unattended monitoring, making it useful in comparing machinery over time and troubleshooting stubborn intermittent issues.
Faulty Air Dampers
Abnormal Heat Patterns in AC Condensers
Evaluate Compressor Heat Expansion Valves
Unbalanced Three-Phase Supplies
Normal Operating Temperature on Mission-Critical Breakers
Detect Switchgear Issues
Monitor Power Factor Correction Capacitors
Overheating Pulley and Belts
Check Fans for High-Powered Equipment
Ensure Functional Hydronic and Radiant Flooring
Identify Heat Loss from doors and Windows