The two-in-one system offers both thermal and laser modes for checking inlet and outlet temperatures of catalytic converters
Lincolnshire, Ill.—Featuring both laser and thermal components, the Snap-on Diagnostic Thermal Laser combines pinpoint temperature readings of up to 1,800°F (1,000°F in thermal mode) and thermal imaging capabilities for unrivalled performance on a greater variety of applications.
The two-in-one system offers both thermal and laser modes for checking inlet and outlet temperatures of catalytic converters. Thermal imaging can help speed up the diagnostic process across a multitude of systems including powertrain and exhaust, body and electrical, chassis and brakes and HVAC.
The Snap-on Diagnostic Thermal Laser features thermal image blending, plus a visible-light camera to provide more detail, and delta reading in laser mode to capture highs, lows and delta. The trigger takes pictures and stores hundreds of images, as well as captures temperature readings. The ergonomic pistol-grip is designed for easy, precise control. The diagnostic thermal laser also includes a built in LED light and offers 32×32 thermal sensor resolution.