FLIR MR77 Moisture Meter with Bluetooth

  • ALL THE SENSORS YOU NEED

    All-in-one tool featuring an integrated pinless moisture sensor, a pin-type probe, a temperature and relative humidity sensor, and an IR thermometer

  • CREATE REPORTS FAST

    Wirelessly connect to a compatible mobile device to share data and integrate readings onto images from FLIR thermal cameras.

  • BUILT TO LAST

    The double-molded, rubberized case is shock-resistant from drops as high as two meters to bolster reliability and durability.

Description

FLIR MR77 with 5 in 1 Moisture Meter and Bluetooth METERLiNK

The FLIR MR77 has everything you need for moisture remediation or HVAC: a pinless moisture sensor and pin probe, a temperature and relative humidity sensor, and an IR thermometer.

The meter includes Bluetooth for remote viewing and sharing, as well as METERLiNK® technology to wirelessly embed readings into radiometric infrared images on compatible FLIR thermal cameras. Made with field-replaceable sensors, the MR77 is engineered to help you get more done in less time.

Probes

  • Baseboard Probe (MR09)
    Hammer and Wall Cavity Probe Combo (MR08)
    Hammer Probe (MR07)
    Wall Cavity Probe (MR06)

Cases and Pouches

  • Protective Case for FLIR Moisture Meters (MR10-2)

Sensors

  • Handheld Temperature/Humidity Sensor (MR11)
    Replaceable Temperature, Relative Humidity Probe (MR01)
    Temperature / RH Sensor and Extension Assembly (MR01-EXT)

Pins

  • 2″ pins, 1 pair (MR-PINS2)
    2″ pins, 10 pairs (MR-PINS2-10)
    4″ pins, 1 pair (MR-PINS4)
    6″ pins, 1 pair (MR-PINS6)
    Impact Pin Moisture Probe (MR05)
    Replaceable External Moisture Pin Probe (MR02)
    Replacement Pins, standard (MR05-PINS1)
    Replacement Pins, wide (MR05-PINS2)

 

FLIR MR77 Technical Specifications

OVERVIEW
IR TemperatureRange -4 to 392°F, -20 to 200°C / Basic Accuracy +/- 3.5%
Pin MoistureRange 0 to 99% WME / Basic Accuracy +/- 5%
Pinless MoistureRange 0 to 99.9 / Basic Accuracy Relative
Sensor TemperatureRange -18 to 170°F, -28 to 77°C / Basic Accuracy +/- 3.6°F, 2°C
Relative HumidityRange 0 to 99% RH / Basic Accuracy +/- 2.5% RH
IMAGING & OPTICAL
Gallery17561
Sensor TemperatureRange -18 to 170°F, -28 to 77°C / Basic Accuracy +/- 3.6°F, 2°C
MEASUREMENT & ANALYSIS
IR Distance to Spot Ratio8 : 1 in
IR EmissivityRange 0.95 (fixed)
IR TemperatureRange -4 to 392°F, -20 to 200°C / Basic Accuracy +/- 3.5%
Pin MoistureRange 0 to 99% WME / Basic Accuracy +/- 5%
Pinless MoistureRange 0 to 99.9 / Basic Accuracy Relative
Pinless Moisture Depth Max0.75 inches (19mm)
COMMUNICATION & DATA STORAGE
Bluetooth range max32 ft (10 m)
GENERAL
Packaging Size13.5 cm x 11 cm x 30 cm (5.3? x 4.8? x 11.8?)
ENVIRONMENTAL & CERTIFICATIONS
CertificationsCE, FCC
Drop test6.5 ft (2 m)
Relative HumidityRange 0 to 99% RH / Basic Accuracy +/- 2.5% RH
Vapor PressureRange 0 to 20.0kPA / Basic Accuracy +/- 2%
WarrantyLimited Lifetime

 

FLIR Moisture Meter Guide

FLIR Test and Measurement Moisture Meter Guide

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