FLIR MR160 AND MR176 Moisture Meters

Friday, 03 June, 2016 | Supplied by: Teledyne FLIR

Moisture and electricity problems don’t always show up clearly to the naked eye; therefore, finding the exact location of a moisture or electricity problem might require guesswork. Another difficulty with electricity problems is that they can be dangerous when approached closely.

The FLIR MR160 and MR176 Imaging Moisture Meters locate potential moisture issues visually through a thermal image. Moisture meters can capture moisture readings below material surfaces such as walls, floors or ceilings, either in a non-destructive way or with a wired pin probe. The MR160 model is a troubleshooting tool that identifies cold spots with the built-in, 80×60-resolution thermal imager to locate areas of moisture, while the MR176 provides a solution for professionals who require additional flexibility and more details from their meter readings. This includes four-colour imaging modes, customisable readings and a field-replaceable temperature/relative humidity sensor.

Featuring Infrared Guided Measurement (IGM) technology, these moisture meters can dramatically reduce the time required to assess an area for moisture. They also allow users to scan for moisture using thermal imaging and a laser pointer to target the right spot, meaning they can then confirm and quantify the moisture levels with a pin or pinless measurement. IGM moisture meters also use a thermal imaging colour palette, called ICE, to ensure cold spots stand out as blue with a black border on thermal images.

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