• 1. How far away can you be and still use the Milwaukee Thermal Imager?

    To see a 1"x1" object and fill one pixel off the Thermal Imager - you can be 17 feet away. Or to see a 1'x1' object and fill one pixel off the Thermal Imager - you can be 200 feet away.

    But practically speaking, we need to be close enough to fill the target on the display with the area of interest. So, it just depends.

    You can easily be far enough back to get a Thermal Image of an entire house and then to move closer to investigate potential issues in more detail.

  • 2. What file format are the images?
    Both the thermal and visual images use standard, non-proprietary JPEG file format. You can import these into any program you want.

  • 3. How many images can you save on the 2GB SD card?
    The 2GB SD card can hold up to 3,000 thermal and visual images.

  • 4. Can I toggle between a thermal and visual image on live mode & in image review?
    Yes, you can toggle between thermal and visual images whenever the full screen shows an image.

  • 5. Can I use my own SD card or switch out? What size SD card can I use?
    Yes, you can use your own SD card up to 32GB in size.

  • 6. Can I use the Thermal Imager Software on any PC?
    You can use the Milwaukee Thermal Imager Report Software on any PC that runs Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

  • 7. What comes with the Thermal Imager?
    • M12™ 160x120 Thermal Imager
    • M12™ RED LITHIUM™ Battery
    • 30 Minute Charger
    • 2GB SD card
    • USB Cable
    • SD Card Reader
    • Hard Carry Case
    • Quick Reference Guide
    • CD ROM with Milwaukee Thermal Imager Report Software, Tool Manual and Software Manual
    • Statement of Calibration

  • 8. Does the Milwaukee Thermal Imager meet the new RESNET standards?
    Yes it does.

  • 9. When you load a thermal image to the Milwaukee Software, does each pixel show a temperature?
    Yes. Every single pixel, on each thermal image you analyze in the Milwaukee Thermal Imager Report Software, has a temperature value. So in the Software, you can scroll across the thermal image and different temperatures are shown depending on which pixel you scroll over.