The Milwaukee M12TI-21C Thermal Imager is faster, more versatile and easier to use than any other tool in its class. The M12 Thermal Imager comes as a complete kit including a professional thermal imager with 160x120 pixel resolution, a simple and powerful software to quickly generate reports and leverages Milwaukee's M12 battery system for quick charging and easy replacement in the field. This tool is ideal for use by electrical contractors, HVAC/R technicians, building inspectors, energy auditors and plant maintenance teams. The Milwaukee Thermal Imager is a fantastic tool to diagnose problems with motors, drives, pumps, mechanical equipment, electrical panels, chillers, air handlers, and identify energy losses around doors or windows. It can also be used to identify roof leaks and detect areas where mould could be present.
Features and benefits:
- Capture thermal and visual images on each trigger pull for enhanced reporting.
- Crisp, High Resolution 160x120 pixel thermal images for better definition and clarity.
- Complete report software to easily analyse images.
- Broader temperature range (-10 to 350°C) to cover more applications.
- M12™ REDLITHIUM™-ION batteries allow for rapid field replacement.
- 89mm High Resolution LCD (640x480 pixel) for easier troubleshooting.
- Built-in visual camera and flashlight for improved analysis.
- Rugged overmolding for increased durability and grip.
- Simple screen layout allows you to focus on getting the best images.
- Raised corners protect the LCD and thermal engine if dropped.
- Hinged camera style lens cover is always attached, so is never lost.
- All thermal and visual images use standard JPEG format for use in any program.
- Media door seals the included 2GB SD card and USB connections.
- M12TI-21C M12™ Thermal Imager
- Hard carry case with rigid foam inserts
- M12™ REDLITHIUM™-ION 2.0Ah battery
- M12™ REDLITHIUM™-ION battery charger
- 2GB SD card
- SD card reader
- Mini-B to USB cable
- CD-ROM containing the Thermal Imager Report Software
- Software manual
- Quick reference Thermal Imager guide