Fluke FLU62MAX Infrared Thermometer Gun, -22°F to 932°F
Mfr / Brand Fluke
Mfr Part # FLU62MAX
Rexel Part # 424848
Range -22 - 932°F
Type Temperature Gun
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Fluke FLU62MAX Infrared Thermometer Gun, -22°F to 932°F is rated out of 5 by 15.
Rated 3 out of 5 by none from bad manual just got my fluke 62 max (not the max plus) today. unit seems ok but the owners manual is nothing but pictures. would have liked a little verbiage to explain operation of the unit.
Date published: 2015-02-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by Phileaux from Cost Efficient My wireless floating pool thermometer stopped working and I could not find a compatible substitute for my weather monitoring system. I purchased the Fluke 62 Max, which was near the price of wireless pool thermometers, but with greater flexibility. With this device, I can measure temperatures within a number of environments other than the surface of the water in the pool and in the spa. The Fluke thermometer is accurate as it was tested against the spa thermometer when the spa was heated to a useful temperature. A great substitute for temperature readings in a variety of settings when contact thermometers just aren't available.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by Fergus from Horrible manual Umm, just got the Fluke 62 Max and the manual is useless. Just icons and pictures like I'm supposed to know what they mean. I've never seen one of these before. Gives a reading when I point it at stuff, so I guess it's doing what is supposed to do???? Came here looking for help and just find marketing videos. What do the different settings do? How close do I have to be to something to be accurate? The tool itself seems very robust, well built, and durable like you would expect from Fluke. But how do I use it properly??
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by DDay from User's Manual is horrible Just purchased the 62 MAX. The user's manual is horrible. . No instruction on set up or features. Photos only. You are on your own.
Date published: 2015-03-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by Will from Accurate Thermometer I bought this back in the summer for multiple uses around the house. I verified the temperature accuracy with a couple other analog thermometers. I use it to check smoke box temperature when smoking meat, HVAC at home and for working on my project car. I had previously bought a cheap IR thermometer thinking that it would suffice for home use and the LCD screen started losing characters within weeks of purchase. I'm very happy with my Fluke thermometer and should have just purchased it to begin with. Like others have said, I think there is room for improvement (and text) on the manual.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by James from Not impressed I had the chance to take a look at a 62 Max and came away with mixed feelings. I appreciate the ruggedness it provides over say the 62 mini. I've treated my 62 Mini very carefully, and it's help up well, but it's only a short drop away from likely breaking. Not so worried with the 62 Max. However the LASER seems VERY dim on my unit. Perhaps this is a matter of the battery (AA on 62 Max, 9V on Mini). However when getting temp readings on a bearing that's 12' in the air, the LASER sighting is absolutely critical. Even in a factory environment, I find this laser hard to see. I would have gladly sacrificed convenience of AA for brighter LASER. Lastly I really dislike the direction Fluke has gone with their displays - this and the 714B have the display set back noticeably distant from the front protective lense, which means it has terrible viewing angle. Why haven't gear manufactures gone to some of the new engineered, shatterproof glasses?
Date published: 2016-06-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by Generator guy from Terrible (And I am being VERY polite) I just received 62 Max. Backlight doesn't work, laser is not visible, cannot change from "C" to "F". This is the worst Fluke product ever. Documentation is all but worthless!
Date published: 2015-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Commander Faschisto from I like it! Just got a new 62 Max...works just fine for me. Agreed, the manual is a bit sketchy without verbiage, but not a big deal for me. I'm happy with it, so far.
Date published: 2016-02-14