Ridgid introduces hand-held diagnostic tools for gas detection, distance measurement and infrared thermography

Ridgid has expanded its diagnostic line with the addition of three hand-held diagnostic tools: the Ridgid micro LM-100 laser distance meter, the Ridgid micro CD-100 combustible gas detector and the Ridgid micro IR-100 non-contact infrared thermometer.

The Ridgid micro LM-100 laser distance meter is designed to provide distance readings up to 164 feet. Direct and indirect measurements can be taken in seconds with the meter. The device’s class II laser is engineered for measurement of remote, hard-to-reach places. Distance readings appear on the LCD display, and the meter displays the last three measurements and stores the last 20 measurements. The device weighs 0.5 pounds and measures within 1/16 of an inch. It offers adjustable units, enabling the user to read the measurements in feet, inches or meters and add or subtract measurements at the touch of a button.

The Ridgid micro CD-100 combustible gas detector is designed to detect methane, propane, butane, ethanol, ammonia, hydrogen and other combustible gases. The adjustable sensitivity settings are designed for leak locating in low levels, and the Tri-Mode Detection gives the operator the flexibility to be alerted with a visual, audible or vibration alert.

The Ridgid micro IR-100 non-contact infrared thermometer provides surface temperature readings. By squeezing the trigger and pointing the ultra-sharp dual class II lasers to spotlight the surface being measured, the micro IR-100 thermometer provides temperature measurements on a backlit LCD display. The 20-to-1 distance-to-spot ratio is designed to allow the user to take more accurate measurements from farther distances. Audible and visual high and low alarm settings alert the user  to temperatures outside of the set ranges. The micro IR-100 thermometer has a temperature measuring range of -58° to 1472° F. The device is also equipped with a tripod mount.

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