Bosch’s new inspection camera with Up is Up feature is on the up and up.
Klein’s new voltage tester is part non-contact AC voltage detector, part flashlight, and rugged throughout.
What’s the difference between a thermal imaging camera and imaging thermometer? Aside from cost, the two types of devices are designed to be used in different ways.
Here’s what you need to know about Bosch’s new thermal imaging camera and “thermo detector.”
Amprobe has come out with a new updated battery tester.
Klein’s ET300 circuit breaker finder helps to make it easier and a lot quicker to trace outlets to the proper breaker in a panel.
Flir has come out with the C2, a new compact and easy to use thermal imaging camera with 80 x 60px thermal resolution and MSX image enhancement functionality.
Ryobi has come out with a new line of Phone Works tools that pair up with Android and iOS smartphones for readout, control, and enhanced functionality.
Here’s a quick look at the Keysight Technologies TrueIR thermal imager, which builds 320x240px images using a 160x120px detector.
Here’s a quick look at and brief review of the Flir TG165 imaging IR thermometer.
Seek Thermal has come out with a new $199 thermal imaging camera module for select iOS and Android smartphones.
Klein has come out with a new IR thermometer with a great feature set.
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General Tools’ new PalmScope is a digital borescope that wraps up nice and tidy for compact storage and transport.
Klein has come out with new premium silicone universal test leads that fit standard multimeter banana jacks.
Milwaukee has come out with two new auto-ranging voltage and continuity testers that look to be quick and easy to use.
Fluke has just announced Fluke Connect, their lineup of wireless tools and apps that allow you to view and share real-time readouts, historical measurements, and more, from your smartphone.
We reviewed Fluke’s 87V digital multimeter, which turned out to be the best handheld meter we have ever used!
I made some seriously silly mistakes recently when testing a new oscilloscope and “known” digital signal.
Here is an outline of the tools that are being used in our independent testing of Bosch oscillating multi-tool blades.