The Fluke 568 Ex Intrinsically Safe Infrared Thermometer delivers accuracy and safety in hazardous environments anywhere in the world

568Ex_300dpi_95x100mm_D.jpgSeptember 20, 2013Fluke introduces the 568 Ex Intrinsically Safe Infrared Thermometer, the only IR thermometer to carry certifications from all major safety evaluation agencies, so multinational companies can use one tool across all their global operations. The 568 Ex is ideal for use in potentially explosive environments like oil and gas, petroleum, chemical processing and pharmaceuticals where adherence to safety procedures is imperative.

The Fluke 568 Ex meets intrinsically safe certifications from all major global agencies for Class I, Division 1 and 2, or Zone 1 and 2 hazardous environments. It measures temperatures from -40 to 800 degrees Celsius (-40 to 1472 degrees Fahrenheit), with a 50:1 distance-to-spot ratio for accurate measurement from a distance and can capture up to 99 points of data.

The rugged 568 Ex’s emissivity can be adjusted via a built-in table of common materials or manually from 0.10 to 1.00 in 0.01 increments. Advanced features are easily accessed with soft keys and graphical display.

The IR thermometer comes complete with a K-type thermocouple bead probe, conductive hard case for carrying into hazardous areas, user’s manual and safety instruction sheet.


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