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Maintenance & Safety Tools

If you work on HVAC/R systems, you need one simple tool to find problems quickly and show customers you fixed the problem―a FLIR infrared camera for HVAC/R.

These systems offer the resolution, temperature measurement, and thermal sensitivity needed to troubleshoot any HVAC/R system.

MSX® Thermal Camera



The FLIR TG165-X helps you visualize the hot and cold spots that can indicate electrical faults, mechanical break-downs, or air and water leaks. This all-in-one, non-contact measurement and imaging tool displays temperature anomalies on screen, allowing you to inspect efficiently and pinpoint the source of problems faster than with a single-spot IR thermometer.

Compact Thermal Camera



The FLIR C3-X makes it easier than ever to inspect for hidden problems, document repairs, and share evidence with customers. Featuring a 128 × 96 pixel thermal sensor, MSX® (Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging), a 5-megapixel visual camera, and LED flashlight, the C3-X is an affordable inspection tool for electrical/mechanical, building, and maintenance applications.

Infrared Camera with MSX® & Wi-Fi



The FLIR E4 with Wi-Fi is an easy-to-use thermal imaging camera for electrical, mechanical, building, and HVAC/R applications. Find hidden problems, take accurate temperature readings, and confirm repairs easily, thanks to the 4,800 (80 x 60) pixel infrared resolution and MSX image enhancements.



DT100M: Laser Distance Meter

Laser measurements up to 330ft (100m) Extech’s DT100M measures distance up to 330ft (100m).It can calculate area and volume and the integrated Pythagorean Theorem allows the user to take indirect measurements.


The MO50 is a compact pin moisture meter. MO50 displays moisture level in wood and building materials such as wall board, sheet rock, cardboard, plaster, concrete and mortar.



 EXTECH'S 461893

With the 461893, you can make non-contact RPM measurements (5 to 99,999 RPM) of rotating objects by pointing the integral light beam (6 in. target distance) at reflective tape placed on the object to be measured.



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