Is Extech owned by FLIR?

Extech Instruments was incorporated in Boston, Massachusetts in 1971. In 2007, Extech was acquired by FLIR Systems, a global leader in innovative infrared thermal imaging solutions.

Where is extech made?

Extech Instruments is a supplier of handheld electronic test equipment and measuring instruments. It is based in Nashua, New Hampshire with design, manufacturing, and warehousing facilities in Hong Kong and Taiwan and a sales office in Shanghai.

What is the use of Extech?

Extech, a world leader in test and measurement tools, recently announced the launch of the MM750W, a CAT-IV True RMS digital multimeter that HVAC and Refrigeration professionals can use to view electrical and temperature readings and datalog remotely using the ExView® W-Series app on smartphones and tablets.

Is Extech a good brand?

Extech is a US firm, based out of New Hampshire. They have quite a large range of measuring equipment, from good value, budget range DMMs to wireless multimeters, along with oscilloscopes, inspection cameras and printers. The EX330 is one of their best selling, lower priced multimeters.

Who owns FLIR?

Teledyne Technologies
FLIR Systems/Parent organizations

How do you calibrate an Extech thermometer?

To make a correction, measure a known, fixed temperature source. Enter the correction mode and press the ▲ or ▼ buttons to change the correction value and minimize the difference in readings. Repeat and adjust the correction value as needed until the measurement on the IR200 matches the known temperature.

How do you use the Extech IR thermometer?

Basic IR Measurements Hold the meter by its handle and point it toward the surface to be measured. 2. Pull and hold the trigger to turn the meter on and begin testing. The temperature reading, the flashing ‘SCAN’ icon, the unit of measure, and € = 0.95 will appear.

What is the easiest multimeter to use?

Our top pick, the Fluke 115 Compact True-RMS Digital Multimeter, has the features of a pro model, but it’s easy to use, even for beginners.

How good are Extech meters?

Extech EX330 Review. The EX330 boasts a pretty impressive 4000-count display and is more compact and tougher than many others in its class. It is also quite accurate; down to 0.5% on DC volts. The Extech EX330 review sees it adept at diagnosing faults in car wiring, household electrics, computers and basic electronics.

How do you reset a non contact forehead thermometer?

To reset the unit, remove the batteries, wait 2 minutes and then re-install the batteries.

What kind of meters does Extech Instruments make?

The Extech Instruments Division is a manufacturer and supplier of 15 major product categories of technically advanced, portable meters including multimeters, clamp meters, electrical testers, and environmental meters for the

Is there a full service calibration lab at Extech?

A well equipped calibration lab with skilled technicians provides Certificates of Traceability to NIST standards for just about every Extech product. A full service and repair team, staffed by experts in Extech products, provide quality warranty and non-warranty repair.

What kind of warranty does Extech Instruments have?

Extech products are covered by a limited warranty against defects in materials and workmanship from the date of purchase.