Extech Instruments is pleased to announce its September-to-Remember giveaway contest. Following Labor Day, Extech will be selecting one winner at the end of each week for a total of 4 prizes. Each winner may choose from one of the following prizes:
  • EX505 industrial duty multimeter
  • EX623 5-in-1 clamp meter
  • “Color Alert” 2-laser infrared thermometer (#42509)
  • BR200 Video Borescope/Wireless Inspection Camera
To enter, use the comment form below and briefly tell us how you would use one of the prizes listed above.

Enter as often as you wish, listing different applications. Entries remain valid for drawings all month. At the end of each week, Extech will select a winner at random to receive the prize about which he or she wrote. Up to $1,200 in prizes will be given out during the giveaway.

No purchase is required. Open to contestants worldwide. This giveaway is intended for end-user customers only. Sorry, Employees of FLIR Systems and Extech & FLIR Authorized Distributors are not eligible to participate. Winners will be announced here on www.PlanetExtech.com.

Winners:

Week 1: Patrick Osborne
Week 2: Dan Myers
Week 3: Peter Argyropoulos
Week 4: Bradley Perdu

The contest is over! Stay tuned for more giveaways next month!

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Comment by Adil Ghaffar on October 1, 2010 at 3:10am
I am using IR laser gun in our Power Plant from last 3years in oil,motors,circuit breakers,blower,chiller rooms,etc etc i am very inspired with Extech and feel reliability on Extech Instrument because before i was the end user of Fluke, & HIOKI Japan brand but they are too expansive then Extech USA.


Thanking you Extech.
Comment by F Haung on September 30, 2010 at 4:27pm
I would use a EX623 to check for a clogged air filter by monitoring blower motor current.
Comment by Michael Andersen on September 30, 2010 at 4:26pm
I would use the Extech Ex505 to see how much my old el cheapo multimeter's off it's calibration. :)

Best regards,
Michael Andersen.
Comment by Karen Cross on September 30, 2010 at 4:25pm
We could hear the carpenter ants in the ceiling and decided it was worth looking into - exactly! My technician drilled a small hole in the closet through the drywall ceiling. He inserted the BR200 borescope and bingo there was the carpenter nest. We were then able to treat the problem accordingly.
Great tool for many applications. Karen
Comment by F Haung on September 30, 2010 at 4:23pm
While working on a coworkers turbocharged car, I would love to use the BR200 to view the turbine wind up. We would snake the BR200 through the intake tract and use the wireless monitor while revving the engine.
Comment by F Haung on September 30, 2010 at 4:18pm
I would use the BR200 to inspect exhaust flues on gas water heaters for obstructions. With the BR200, inspections can be done without disassembly!
Comment by F Haung on September 30, 2010 at 4:11pm
While diagnosing start-ups of new HVAC systems, I would use the BR200 to check for kinked refrigerant lines inside walls. Installers often bend the copper lines carelessly and once covered by finished dryway they are impossible to find without completely tearing everything down. Patching a one-inch whole is nothing compared to replacing sheets of drywall!
Comment by F Haung on September 30, 2010 at 4:08pm
I live in a state tha requires annual safety inspections on all cars. I would use the BR200 to check brake pad wear without getting underneath the car, I could just point the camera towards the back of each wheel to see the caliper area!
Comment by Samuel H. on September 30, 2010 at 3:42pm
I would use a BR200 Video Borescope to inspect the condition of the dryer vent in my house. The ducting has curves in it so I can not see straight in.
Comment by Samuel H. on September 30, 2010 at 3:19pm
My house has several pocket doors, the kind that slide into walls. Some of them will not open all the way. I would poke the BR200 Video Borescope into the space above the door and back into the wall to see why my door won't open all the way!

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