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January 8th, 2018
FLIR Announces FLIR DM91 Industrial True-RMS Multimeter

WILSONVILLE, Ore. – FLIR announces the FLIR DM91 Industrial true-root mean square multimeter for electrical inspection. Built for industrial electricians and benchtop workers, the 18-function DM91 digital multimeter is capable of datalogging and storage for up to 10 sets of 40k scalar measurements, with a recall function for data review.

Designed to streamline the inspection process and simplify data collection for electricians and benchtop workers, the ergonomic, durable FLIR DM91 features an intuitive user interface for effective and efficient inspection in the widest range of electrical and electronic systems applications. Bluetooth technology allows connection to the FLIR Tools mobile app that allows for uploading and sharing data with your team or client, and wireless connectivity to compatible FLIR infrared cameras.

The DM91 provides contact temperature measurements up to 400 degrees Celsius, and includes micro-and milli-amp current measurement capability with 0.1 mV sensitivity for measuring low-power devices with high accuracy. The device’s flexible battery options, including the FLIR TA04 Li-Poly rechargeable battery or standard AA batteries, keep it operational 24/7 even under demanding conditions.

Visit www.flir.com/DM91 or more information, to purchase, or to find a distributor