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  • 0.015% of reading accuracy standard (0.008% optional)
  • 1-30 inHg vacuum (0.03-1 bar vacuum)
  • 3-500 psi (0.2-35 bar) pressure
  • inH2O and mbar ranges available
  • Series 3 non-magnetic stainless steel weights
  • Units can be trimmed to local gravity FOC


  • Measures:
    • Single, split, or three phase loads
    • Voltage, current, and frequency
    • Active power, non-active power, and power factor
    • Total harmonic distortion
  • Wireless data collection or internal memory sufficient for 1 week with 1 second data intervals
  • Remotely monitor real-time and historical power variable data
  • Visualize data with software trending, graphing, and timeboxing
  • Auto-generated alarms when power variables deviate from pre-set thresholds
  • Power options: Battery, power supply, or power from the measurement line
  • Size: (W x H x D) 7.8 in. x 6.6 in. x 2.2 in.
  • IP Rating: IP 50; IEC 60529


The 4180 Series of Precision Infrared Calibrators for infrared thermometers and thermal imagers is fast, accurate, and easy to use. It comes with an accredited calibration from one of the world’s most trusted temperature calibration laboratories, sample calibration procedures for Fluke thermometers built right in and everything you need to get started making high-quality infrared thermometer calibrations. This is the perfect solution for any infrared thermometer or thermal imager within its temperature range.
The 4180 reaches temperatures from –15 °C to 120 °C and the 4181 has a temperature range from 35 °C to 500 °C. Uniformity is important in infrared temperature calibration work because an infrared thermometer will “see” as much as the entire target when placed at the appropriate calibration distance.
In addition, with accuracies as good as ±0.35 °C the 4180 Series can meet its specifications without additional emissivity-related corrections, leading to legitimate test uncertainty ratios (TUR) as good as 4:1.


Solve power problems you meet in your daily work, now that electrical loads in industrial and commercial buildings are often too complex to be calculated by the classical model of power.
Understand the major elements that affect power quality with our online webcast and supporting guidebook:
  • particularly inductive loads
  • harmonic distortion
  • three-phase power unbalance


  • Easy to handle infrared thermometer with precise laser targeting and 10:1 distance to spot ratio
  • Measures temperatures from -30°C to 500°C (-22°F to 932°F)
  • Provides IP40 rating for extra protection
  • Presents a large, backlit LCD display for easy viewing
  • Features a small, lightweight design that fits easily fits into your tool bag