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USER MANUAL
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FLIR MODEL MR60
MOISTURE METER PRO
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Table of Contents
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2.
3.
DISCLAIMERS
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1.1 Copyright
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1.2 Quality Assurance
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1.3 Documentation
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1.4 Disposal of Electronic Waste
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SAFETY
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2.1 Safety Notes
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2.2 Safety Symbols
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INTRODUCTION
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3.1 Key Features
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5.
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METER DESCRIPTIONS
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4.1 Meter Description
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4.2 Control Button Descriptions
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4.3 Main Menu Overview
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OPERATION
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5.1 Powering the Meter
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5.1.1 Auto Power OFF (APO)
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5.2 Moisture Measurements
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5.2.1 Moisture Measurement Overview
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5.2.2 Moisture Display Overview
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5.2.3 Moisture Menu
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5.2.4 External Pin Probe Moisture Measurements
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5.2.5 Internal Moisture Sensor Measurements (Pinless)
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5.2.6 Reference Mode Moisture Measurements
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5.3 Screen Capture and Data Acquisition
6.
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5.3.1 Screen Capture and Review
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5.3.2 Data Acquisition
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5.4 High Moisture Alarm
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5.5 SETTINGS Menu
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MAINTENANCE
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6.1 Cleaning
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6.2 Battery Charging
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6.2.1 Disposal of Electronic Waste
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6.3 Updating the MR60 firmware
7.
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SPECIFICATIONS
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7.1 General Specifications
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7.2 Moisture Meter Specifications
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8.
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
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9.
MATERIAL GROUPS
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9.1 Common Names of Timbers (BS888/589:1973) with MR60 Group Nos.
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9.2 Botanical names of timbers with MR60 program group numbers
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9.3 %WME Table (% Wood Moisture Equivalent)
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10. WARRANTY
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10.1 FLIR Test & Measurement 2-Year Limited Warranty
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1. Disclaimers
1.1 Copyright
© 2016 FLIR Systems, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide. No parts of the software including source
code may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed or translated into any language or computer
language in any form or by any means, electronic, magnetic, optical, manual or otherwise, without
the prior written permission of FLIR Systems.
The documentation must not, in whole or part, be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated or
transmitted to any electronic medium or machine readable form without prior consent, in writing,
from FLIR Systems.
Names and marks appearing on the products herein are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of FLIR Systems and/or its subsidiaries. All other trademarks, trade names or company
names referenced herein are used for identification only and are the property of their respective
owners.
1.2 Quality Assurance
The Quality Management System under which these products are developed and manufactured
has been certified in accordance with the ISO 9001 standard.
FLIR Systems is committed to a policy of continuous development; therefore we reserve the right
to make changes and improvements on any of the products without prior notice.
1.3 Documentation
To access the user manuals, extended warranty registration, firmware updates, and notifications
go to the Download tab at: http://support.flir.com. In the download area you will also find the
latest releases of manuals for our other products, as well as manuals for our historical and
obsolete products.
1.4 Disposal of Electronic Waste
As with most electronic products, this equipment must be disposed of in an
environmentally friendly way, and in accordance with existing regulations for
electronic waste.
Please contact your FLIR Systems representative for more details.
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2. Safety
2.1 Safety Notes
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Before operating the device, you must read, understand, and follow all instructions, dangers,
warnings, cautions, and notes.
FLIR Systems reserves the right to discontinue models, parts or accessories, and other items,
or to change specifications at any time without prior notice.
2.2 Safety Symbols
UL listed
Double insulation protection
European Community compliance
Electronic Waste disposal restrictions
This symbol, adjacent to another symbol, indicates the user must refer to the
user manual for further information.
Agency Approvals:
FCC CLASS B
UL listing is not an indication or a verification of the accuracy of the meter
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3. Introduction
Thank you for selecting the FLIR MR60 Moisture Meter Pro. The FLIR MR60 Moisture Meter Pro is
an easy-to-use pin and pinless moisture meter with advanced functionality to meet all your
professional measurement needs. An integrated pinless sensor and an external pin probe (MR02)
provide the flexibility to take either destructive or non-destructive measurements. You can select
one of the eleven material groups for pin moisture, or set a reference point for fast pinless
moisture scanning. The MR60 is also compatible with FLIR’s full line of external moisture probes,
so you have the flexibility to expand your meter as needed . Conveniently save screenshots of
your measurements and as a CSV file with the date, time, and settings. The bright, color screen
and bargraph makes readings clear and easy to see. Built portable and durable enough to
withstand a 3-meter drop, you can take MR60 with you anywhere – even to your toughest jobs.
This device is shipped fully tested and calibrated and, with proper use, will provide years of reliable
service.
3.1 Key Features
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Quickly scan for moisture using the integrated non-invasive pinless moisture sensor
External pin probe (included) for resistive moisture content measurements
Pin or Pinless moisture readings are displayed with large digits and color bargraph
Save up to 10,000 screens shots and readings that you can transfer, view, & via PC / USB
Eleven (11) material group selections for pin‐based readings
Programmable high moisture alarm with audible and color visual alerts
Easy to read color display and intuitive interface with helpful function labels in local languages
File management & report generation with free FLIR Tools PC software
Internal rechargeable battery with USB based international charger
Durable, 3m drop tested and Portable for everyday use on the go
Optional probe accessories for application specific needs
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4. Meter Descriptions
4.1 Meter Description
1.
Color Graphical Display
2.
Capture button stores reading and screen shot
3.
Four (4) Navigation buttons (ring)
4.
Select button (center)
5.
Back button
6.
Hold button
7.
Power button
8.
USB, external probe jack, and charge LED
9.
Internal Pinless Moisture sensor (back)
10. Micro USB cable jack
11. External probe jack (RJ45)
12. Charging LED
Fig. 4-1 Meter Description
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4.2 Control Button Descriptions
Capture button. Save a reading to internal CSV file and store a
screen shot.
Back button. Back up or return from a menu screen.
Hold Button (freezes reading on the display)
Press to power ON. Press and hold to power the meter OFF.
Press the Select button (center) to access the Main Menu. Use this
button to select items from within the menu structure.
Use the four outer (ring) buttons to navigate.
4.3 Main Menu Overview
The menu items are described briefly in this section. Detailed explanations for each item are
provided in subsequent sections of this User Manual.
The Main Menu is shown in Fig. 4-2. Press the Select button to open the Main Menu and use
the navigation buttons to move to the desired mode (Screen-shot review mode, Moisture
mode, and Settings mode, left to right). Use the Back button to return from a sub-menu:
1.
2.
3.
Screen-shot review mode (press Select to enter the mode
and then use left/right navigation buttons to scroll
through stored screen shots)
Moisture mode icon. Press Select to view the four
Moisture menu items (Material group, Pin mode, Pinless
mode, and Set Reference mode). Note that the Material
Fig. 4-2 Main Menu
group mode is only accessible when Pin mode is selected
and the Set Reference function is only available when Pinless mode is selected.
Settings mode items: Language, High Alarm, Auto Power OFF, Date & Time, Meter
Information, and Help contact screen.
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5. Operation
Important Note: Please charge the meter battery before first use. Instructions for battery charging
are provided in Section 6.2.
5.1 Powering the Meter
1.
Press the Power button
2.
3.
Press and hold the Power button for > 1 second to switch the meter OFF.
If the battery status indicator (upper left) shows that the battery voltage is low, or if the
meter does not power on, charge the battery. See section 6.2 Battery Charging.
Please fully charge the battery before use.
4.
momentarily to switch the meter ON.
5.1.1 Auto Power OFF (APO)
The meter switches OFF automatically after a programmed period of inactivity (1, 5, or 20
minutes). Press any button to reset the APO timer. To disable APO, or to change the APO timeout value, use the Settings
20 minutes.
mode, accessible from the Main Menu. The default time-out is
5.2 Moisture Measurements
5.2.1 Moisture Measurement Overview
Moisture measurements can be performed using either the internal pinless moisture sensor
(rear) or by connecting an external probe. A standard external pin probe is included which
connects to the MR60 via the jack at the bottom of the meter.
NOTE: Objects in close proximity to the internal pinless moisture sensor (located on the rear of
the unit) will affect the reading on the display; Keep hands and fingers clear of the sensor when
taking measurements.
The internal moisture sensor detects moisture to a depth of approximately 19mm (0.75”). The
actual depth will vary depending upon the amount of moisture, the material under test, surface
roughness, and other factors.
Moisture readings are shown on the display (digitally and with bar graph). See Fig. 5-1. Pinless
measurement readings are ‘relative’ scaled (0~100). Pin-based readings are represented in
terms of %MC (moisture content); additional information is provided in Section 5.2.5 External
Pin Probe Moisture Measurements and in the specifications.
Moisture measurements are covered in detail in the following sections. Be sure to select Pin
Mode or Pinless Mode in the Moisture Menu to match the measurement type.
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5.2.2 Moisture Display Overview
Moisture readings are displayed as shown in the example for Fig. 5-1.
1. Battery status icon
2. Moisture reading (digital)
3. Moisture reading in bargraph format; Bars
are blue when in non-alarm state and red
when in alarm state.
4. Set Reference value (see Set Reference
mode in Sections 5.2.3 and 5.2.6); pinless
mode only. Note that in Pin mode this
display area will show the selected
Material Group.
5. High Moisture Alarm threshold (see
Section 5.4)
6. Selected Mode
7. DATA HOLD icon
Fig. 5-1 Moisture Mode Display
5.2.3 Moisture Menu
Icons 1, 2, 3, and 4 in Fig. 5-2 are shown in the Moisture Mode. Press Select to open the main
menu and then choose the moisture icon
to view the Moisture modes. A blue dot is
shown to the left of the pin icon (2) or the pinless icon (3), depending on which is selected.
Use the Navigation buttons to highlight an icon and use the Select button to choose one.
Material Groups
Select the material under test (Groups 1~11); For
Pin Mode only. Select a Material group that best
matches the material under test. This applies only
for external pin-based probe use; Use the
navigation buttons to scroll through the group list
and use the Select button to choose the group.
The selected group will show a blue dot. See the
Material Group List Appendix in Section 9.
Fig. 5-2 Moisture mode icons
Pin mode
The Pin mode must be selected when the external pin-based probe is used. Note the Pin icon
on the main display when Pin mode is selected.
Pinless mode
Pinless mode must be selected when using the internal (rear) sensor. Note the pinless icon on
the main display when this mode is selected.
Set Reference
Select this mode to store the current reading as a reference/comparator value (Pinless mode
only).
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5.2.4 External Pin Probe Moisture Measurements
1. Follow the steps in Section 5.2.1 through 5.2.3 and select Pin mode from the MOISTURE
mode options.
2. Connect the external pin probe to the meter’s EXT jack on the bottom of the meter
(under the protective flap). Refer to the FLIR website for information on available
external pin moisture probe types.
3. Select the appropriate Material Group as described in Section 5.2.3 (see Section 9 for the
Material Group Appendices). Note: Use Group 10 for brick, cement, screed, and
concrete. Use Group 11 for cement mortar, anhydrite screed, and lime.
4. Press the pins into the material under test. When using Group 10 or Group 11 it is
recommended that a conductive paste be used to ensure good contact.
5. The moisture reading is displayed on the main display (%) and as a bargraph, similar to
the display example shown in Fig. 5-1.
Notes on External Pin Probe Moisture measurements
The MR60 will display accurate external pin probe readings in the 7% to 30% range, depending on the
tested material. Moisture Content readings below 6% will display as 0% for all materials and the
maximum specified range is dependent on the fiber saturation point for specific species. Above the fiber
saturation point, the reading can only be used as a relative reference value.
For more information on fiber saturation please refer to ASTM D7438. For additional information on Pin
moisture measurement accuracy please see ASTM D4444, section 6.
Notes on Material Groups 10 and 11
Groups 10 and 11 provide basic moisture content estimations in the range of 0~20% (Group 10) and
0~9% (Group 11). These readings can be used to identify problem areas but should be verified using an
RH-type concrete moisture meter per ASTM F2170. As such, even though the readings are presented in
%MC by weight, they should be considered for reference only.
5.2.5 Internal Moisture Sensor Measurements (Pinless)
1. Follow the steps in Section 5.2.1 through 5.2.3 and select the Pinless mode.
2. Place the internal moisture sensor (back) on the surface of the material to be tested.
Apply light pressure to ensure that the internal sensor is completely flat against the
surface of the material under test.
3. The relative moisture reading is displayed on the main display, digitally and as a colorcoded bargraph (blue when not in an alarm state; red when in an alarm state). Refer to
Fig. 5-1.
4. Keep hands, surfaces, and objects away from the rear internal moisture sensor area
when taking measurements.
5. For best results, lift the meter off of the surface under test between measurement
points; do not drag the meter over surfaces.
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5.2.6 Reference Mode Moisture Measurements
1. Follow the steps in Section 5.2.1 through 5.2.3 and select SET REFERENCE from the
MOISTURE mode options. This mode is only available for pinless measurements (internal
sensor).
2. When the SET REFERENCE function is selected the Reference value and delta symbol are
shown on the right side of the display, refer to example screen in Fig. 5-1.
3. Exit the menu Moisture Menu and begin taking readings.
4. Measurements taken now will be relative to the reference value. For example, if the
reference value is ‘10’ (representing the driest area of the material under test) and a
measurement of ‘50’ is taken (in an area with higher moisture content), the
measurement line will show ‘40’ (50 – 10 = 40). This mode is useful for comparing wet
areas to a dry area reference.
5. To remove the reference value and exit the mode: Remove the meter sensor from the
area under test, so that the sensor is no longer touching a surface and is clear of any
objects (keep hands away from the sensor), and then access the Moisture Menu and
press the Set Reference icon again. The reference value will no longer be visible on the
meter display. If there is difficulty removing the reference value from the display, ensure
that nothing is coming into contact with the sensor when pressing the button.
5.3 Screen Capture and Data Acquisition
5.3.1 Screen Capture and Review
Pressing the Capture button saves the current MR60 screen shot. Pressing the Capture button
also logs the current reading to an internal log.csv document (see Section 5.3.2). The screen
will hold (freeze) momentarily until a file-name appears indicating that the screen shot has
been saved.
Stored screen shots can be reviewed using the Image Review icon available in the Main
Menu; then scroll through the screen shots using the left/right navigation buttons.
Screen shots can be deleted by pressing the Select button while viewing a stored image (logged
readings in the log.csv file are not deleted). A prompt will appear asking to ‘Delete’ or ‘Cancel’.
Choose ‘Delete’ to permanently discard the screen shot; choose ‘Cancel’ to keep it.
Screen shots can be transferred to computer or other compatible device using the MR60 USB
port (bottom of meter, under flap) and supplied USB cable.
5.3.2 Data Acquisition
Pressing the Capture button logs the current reading to an internal log.csv document. Readings
and reading type are saved along with date-time stamp to the log.csv file.
The log.csv file can be downloaded to a computer or other compatible device using the MR60
USB port (bottom of meter, under flap) and supplied USB cable. See Fig. 5-3 for an example log
file.
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Fig. 5-3 Log file example
5.4 High Moisture Alarm
The MR60 offers a High Moisture Alarm where an audible and visual alert activates when the
moisture reading exceeds the programmed high limit.
1.
Press the Select button to access the Main Menu
2.
3.
4.
Select the SETTINGS mode
from the Main Menu
Scroll to ALARM and press the Select button to open the Alarm programmer
Use the Navigation and Select buttons to switch the alarm ON or OFF and to set the
threshold from 0% to 100%
Press the Select button to return to the SETTINGS mode and save the value or press the
back button to cancel and to return to the normal operating mode
When the High Alarm is set ON, the main display will show the alarm bell icon and the
High Alarm value. Refer to the example screen in Fig. 5-1.
When the measurement exceeds the threshold, the bargraph will turn red in color and
the meter will beep.
To switch the alarm OFF when the meter is alarming, press the Select button twice. The
meter will then be in the Settings mode where the alarm can be reprogrammed if
desired.
5.
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8.
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5.5 SETTINGS Menu
Access the SETTINGS menu by pressing the Select button and choosing the Settings icon
The Settings menu options are described below:
1.
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LANGUAGE. In this mode the user can select the desired language for text displays. From
the Settings menu, scroll to Language and press the Select button. The selected language
will show a blue dot to its right. Use the four Navigation buttons to scroll to the desired
language and then press the Select button to confirm. When the Select button is pressed
to confirm, the meter will return to the Settings menu and will display in the newly
selected language. Press the back button
at any time to cancel the language
selection and return to the Settings menu.
The 14 available languages are: English, Czech, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
Japanese, Korean, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, and Finnish
2.
ALARM. Set a high alarm threshold. From the Settings menu, scroll to Alarm and press
the Select button. Use the up/down navigation buttons to arm/disarm the alarm
(ON/OFF). Use the left/right navigation buttons to select an alarm threshold digit; use the
up/down navigation buttons to set the high alarm threshold. Refer to Section 5.7 for
Alarm details. The Alarm can be used in pin or pinless mode of operation. Press the
Select button to save the value and return to the SETTINGS menu or press the back
button to cancel and return to the Settings menu.
3.
AUTO POWER OFF. From the SETTINGS menu, scroll to Auto Power OFF and then use the
Select button to step through the available options (1, 5, 20 minutes, or OFF). Navigate to
another Settings option or press the back button to exit the Settings menu.
4.
DATE & TIME. From the SETTINGS menu, scroll to Date & Time and press the Select
button. Use the left/right navigation buttons to select YYYY (year), MM (month), DD
(day), HH (hour): MM (minutes), from left to right, and use the up/down navigation
buttons to change the digits. Press the Select button to save the value and return to
Settings menu or press the back button to cancel and return to the normal operating
mode.
5.
METER INFORMATION. From the SETTINGS menu, scroll to Meter Information and press
the Select button to view the Model, Software Version, and Last Calibration Date
information. Press the back button to return to the Settings menu.
The next item is located on the 2nd page of the Settings menu; use the down navigation
button to scroll down:
6.
HELP SCREEN. Scroll to HELP and press the Select button to view the company contact
information. Press the back button to return to the Settings menu.
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6. Maintenance
6.1 Cleaning
Clean the meter with a damp cloth and mild detergent; do not use abrasives or solvents.
6.2 Battery Charging
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The internal battery is not user serviceable.
Please charge the battery before first use.
Connect the meter to an AC source or a computer USB port using the supplied USB
charger cable. The USB port is located on the bottom of the meter, under the protective
flap, next to the EXT Probe jack.
While the meter is charging, a blue LED (bottom of meter under protective flap) indicates
that charging is successfully taking place.
View the battery status icon on the upper left hand corner of the meter’s display when a
program menu is active.
6.2.1 Disposal of Electronic Waste
As with most electronic products, this equipment must be disposed of in an environmentally
friendly way, and in accordance with existing regulations for electronic waste.
Please contact your local FLIR Systems representative for more details.
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6.3 Updating the MR60 firmware
The MR60 firmware can be updated in the field by the user, without the need for sending the unit
in for service. If assistance is required, the user can contact a FLIR technical specialist (see Section
8). Firmware updates provide performance enhancements and new features and functions.
To update the firmware the following is required:
 Access to the website where the update file(s) are located: http://support.flir.com
 The MR60 to be updated
 The update files
Follow the steps below:
1. Visit support.flir.com to check for the latest updates.
2. Login/Register for an account.
3. Select the ‘Downloads’ tab and then select ‘Instrument Firmware’ (Test and
Measurement) from the drop down menu.
4. Select MR60 from the second drop down menu.
5. Select and download the updated firmware.
6. Follow the instructions in the download folder.
7. If there is an error, repeat the procedure. If a problem persists, contact FLIR technical
support.
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7. Specifications
7.1 General Specifications
Display
QVGA (320 x 240 pixel) 2.3” 64K color TFT graphical display
Internal memory
4GB; 9999 image storage capacity
Screen shot format
.bmp (bitmap) with measurement values overlaid
Stored data format
Comma Separated Values format (.csv) with time/date stamp,
reading and reading type included
Power supply
3.7V, 2000mAh Li-ion integrated battery; rechargeable via micro USB
Power adaptor
100-240V AC input / 5V 1A output
Included international charging plug set contains: A, A’, C, E/F, G, I
Battery life
18 hours continuous run-time, max.; typical usage: 4 work weeks
Auto Power OFF
Programmable: OFF, 1, 5, or 20 minutes
Low battery indicator
is displayed in the Main Menu screen
Operating temperature
32~122 °F (0~50 °C)
Storage temperature
14~140°F (-10~60°C)
Operating humidity
≤ 90%, 32~86°F (0~30°C)
≤ 75%, 86~104°F (30~40°C)
≤ 45%, 104~122°F (40~50°C)
Storage humidity
90% RH
Dimensions (H x W x D)
5.5 × 2.9 × 1.7″ (14 × 7.2 × 4.2 cm)
Product Weight
10.6 oz. (300g)
Drop test
9.8 ft. (3 m) drop test
IP Rating
IP54
Certification standards
EN61326 (EMC); EN61010 (battery and charger)
Agency approvals
CE, FCC Class B, UL, RCM
Included accessories
MR02 Standard Pin Probe, Quick Start Guide, International USB
charger, and USB cable
Language options
Meter display text can be shown in any of fourteen (14) languages
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7.2 Moisture Meter Specifications
Internal Pinless Sensor Measurements 0 ~ 100 (relative readings)
External Pin-based Measurements
Measurement Resolution
Pinless Measurement Depth
Sample rate
Pin Moisture Groups
Response time
Wood groups (1~9): 7% ~ 30%MC* (±1.5% MC*)
30% ~ 100%* (Reference Only)
Construction material groups (10~11): 0 ~ 20% (reference
only)
0.1
0.75” (1.9cm) maximum
10Hz approximately (for pinless and pin modes)
Nine (9) wood groups; Two (2) construction material groups
Pinless mode: 100ms
Pin mode: 750ms
Notes:
* Maximum specified range is dependent on the fiber saturation point for specific species. Beyond this point, the
reading can only be used as a relative reference value. For more information on fiber saturation please refer to
ASTM D7438. Accuracy specification is based on the analysis in J. Fernández-Golfín et al. Actual real-world
accuracy depends on a variety of factors; For more information, refer to ASTM D4444, section 6.
**Accuracy spec. applies to pin probe moisture measurements taken on wood whose temperature is 20°C
(68°F). Add 0.1% to the accuracy spec. for each °C below 20°C or subtract 0.1% for each °C above 20°C.
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9. Material Groups
9.1 Common Names of Timbers (BS888/589:1973) with MR60 Group Nos.
Notes:
Group 9 is for plywood, drywall, and oriented strand board (OSB)
Group 10 is for brick, cement screed, and concrete
Group 11 is for cement mortar, anhydrite screed, lime mortar, and plaster
Group 10 and 11 are not specified for accuracy and should be used for reference only
Abura
4
Gurjun
1
Pine, American Long Leaf
3
Afara
1
Hemlock, Western
3
Pine, American Pitch
3
Aformosa
6
Hiba
8
Pine, Bunya
2
Afzelia
4
Hickory
5
Pine, Caribbean Pitch
3
Agba
8
Hyedunani
2
Pine, Corsican
3
Amboyna
6
Iroko
5
Pine, Hoop
3
Ash, American
2
Ironbank
2
Pine, Huon
2
Ash, European
1
Jarrah
3
Pine, Japanese Black
2
Ash, Japanese
1
Jelutong
3
Pine, Kauri
4
Ayan
3
Kapur
1
Pine, Lodgepole
1
Baguacu, Brazilian
5
Karri
1
Pine, Maritime
2
Balsa
1
Kauri, New Zealand
4
Pine, New Zealand White
2
Banga Wanga
1
Kauri, Queensland
8
Pine, Nicaraguan Pitch
3
Basswood
6
Keruing
5
Pine, Parana
2
Beech, European
3
Kuroka
1
Pine, Ponderosa
3
Berlina
2
Larch, European
3
Pine, Radiata
3
Binvang
4
Larch, Japanese
3
Pine, Red
2
Birch, European
8
Larch, Western
5
Pine, Scots
1
Birch, Yellow
1
Lime
4
Pine, Sugar
3
Bisselon
4
Loliondo
3
Pine, Yellow
1
Bitterwood
5
Mahogany, African
8
Poplar, Black
1
Blackbutt
3
Mahogany, West Indian
2
Pterygota, African
1
Bosquiea
1
Makore
2
Pyinkado
4
Boxwood, Maracaibo
1
Mansonia
2
Queensland Kauri
8
Camphorwood, E African
3
Maple, Pacific
1
Queensland Walnut
3
Canarium, African
2
Maple, Queensland
2
Ramin
6
Cedar, Japanese
2
Maple, Rock
1
Redwood, Baltic (European)
1
Cedar, West Indian
8
Maple, Sugar
1
Redwood, Californian
2
Cedar, Western Red
3
Matai
4
Rosewood, Indian
1
Cherry, European
8
Meranti, Red (dark/light)
2
Rubberwood
7
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Chestnut
3
Meranti, White
2
Santa Maria
7
Coachwood
6
Merbau
2
Sapele
3
Cordia, American Light
5
Missanda
3
Sen
1
Cypress, E African
1
Muhuhi
8
Seraya, Red
3
Cypress, Japanese (18-28%mc)
3
Muninga
6
Silky Oak, African
3
Cypress, Japanese (8-18%mc)
8
Musine
8
Silky Oak, Australian
3
Dahoma
1
Musizi
8
Spruce, Japanese (18-28%mc)
3
Danta
3
Myrtle, Tasmanian
1
Spruce, Japanese (8-18%mc)
8
Douglas Fir
2
Naingon
3
Spruce, Norway (European)
3
Elm, English
4
Oak, American Red
1
Spruce, Sitka
3
Elm, Japanese Grey Bark
2
Oak, American White
1
Sterculia, Brown
1
Elm, Rock
4
Oak, European
1
Stringybark, Messmate
3
Elm, White
4
Oak, Japanese
1
Stringybark, Yellow
3
Empress Tree
8
Oak, Tasmanian
3
Sycamore
5
Erimado
5
Oak, Turkey
4
Tallowwood
1
Fir, Douglas
2
Obeche
6
Teak
5
Fir, Grand
1
Odoko
4
Totara
4
Fir, Noble
8
Okwen
2
Turpentine
3
Gegu, Nohor
7
Olive, E African
2
Utile
8
Greenheart
3
Olivillo
6
Walnut, African
8
Guarea, Black
8
Opepe
7
Walnut, American
1
Guarea, White
7
Padang
1
Walnut, European
3
Gum, American Red
1
Padauk, African
5
Walnut, New Guinea
2
Gum, Saligna
2
Panga Panga
1
Walnut, Queensland
3
Gum, Southern
2
Persimmon
6
Wandoo
8
Gum, Spotted
1
Pillarwood
5
Wawa
6
Whitewood
3
Yew
3
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9.2 Botanical names of timbers with MR60 program group numbers
Abies alba
1
Eucalyptus acmenicides
3
Picea jezoensis (818%mc)
8
Abies grandis
1
Eucalyptus crebra
2
Picea sitchensis
3
Abies procera
8
Eucalyptus diversicolor
1
Pinus caribaea
3
Acanthopanex ricinifolius
1
Eucalyptus globulus
2
Pinus contorta
1
Acer macrophyllum
1
Eucalyptus maculate
1
Pinus lampertiana
3
Acer pseudoplatanus
5
Eucalyptus marginata
3
Pinus nigra
3
Acer saccharum
1
Eucalyptus microcorys
1
Pinus palustris
3
Aetoxicon punctatum
6
Eucalyptus obliqua
3
Pinus pinaster
2
Aformosia elata
6
Eucalyptus pilularis
3
Pinus ponderosa
3
Afzelia spp
4
Eucalyptus saligna
2
Pinus radiate
3
Agathis australis
4
Eucalyptus wandoo
8
Pinus spp
2
Agathis palmerstoni
8
Fagus sylvatica
3
Pinus strobus
1
Agathis robusta
8
Flindersia brayleyana
2
Pinus sylvestris
1
Amblygonocarpus andogensis
1
Fraxinus Americana
2
Pinus thunbergii
2
1
Amblygonocarpus obtusungulis
1
Fraxinus excelsior
1
Pipadeniastrum
africanum
Araucaria angustifolia
2
Fraxinus japonicus
1
Piptadenia africana
1
Araucaria bidwilli
2
Fraxinus mardshurica
1
Podocarpus dacrydiodes
2
Araucaria cunninghamii
3
Gonystylus macrophyllum
6
Podocarpus spicatus
3
Berlinia grandiflora
2
Gossweilodendron balsamiferum
8
Podocarpus totara
4
Berlinia spp
2
Gossypiospermum proerox
1
Populus spp
1
Betula alba
8
Grevillea robusta
3
Prunus avium
8
Betula alleghaniensis
8
Guarea cedrata
7
Pseudotsuga menzesii
2
Betula pendula
8
Guarea thomsonii
8
Pterocarpus angolensis
6
Betula spp
8
Guibortia ehie
2
Pterocarpus indicus
6
Bosquiera phoberos
1
Hevea brasilensis
7
Pterocarpus soyauxii
5
Brachylaena hutchinsii
8
Intsia bijuga
2
Pterygota bequaertii
1
Brachystegia spp
2
Juglans nigra
1
Quercus cerris
4
Calophyllum brasiliense
7
Juglans regia
3
Quercus delegatensis
3
Canarium schweinfurthii
2
Khaya ivorensis
8
Quercus gigantean
3
Cardwellia sublimes
3
Khaya senegalensis
4
Quercus robur
1
Carya glabra
5
Larix decidua
3
Quercus spp
1
Cassipourea elliotii
5
Larix kaempferi
3
Ricinodendron heudelotti
5
Cassipourea melanosana
5
Larix leptolepis
3
Sarcocephalus diderrichii
7
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Castanea sutiva
3
Larix occidentalis
5
Scottellia coriacea
4
Cedrela odorata
8
Liquidamper styraciflua
1
Sequoia sempervirens
2
Ceratopetalum apetala
6
Lovoa klaineana
8
Shorea spp
2
Chamaecyparis spp (18-28%mc)
3
Lovoa trichiloides
8
Sterculia rhinopetala
1
Chamaecyparis spp (8-18%mc)
8
Maesopsis eminii
8
Swietenia candollei
1
Chlorophora excelsa
5
Mansonia altissima
2
Swietenia mahogani
2
Cordia alliodora
5
Millettia stuhimannii
1
Syncarpia glomulifera
3
Croton megalocarpus
8
Mimusops heckelii
2
Syncarpia laurifolia
3
Cryptomelia japonica
2
Mitragyna ciliata
4
Tarrietia utilis
3
Cupressus spp
1
Nauclea diderrichii
7
Taxus baccata
3
Dacryium franklinii
2
Nesogordonia papaverifera
3
Tectona grandis
5
Dalbergia latifolia
1
Nothofagus cunninghamii
1
Terminalia superba
1
Diospyros virginiana
6
Ochroma pyramidalis
1
Thuja plicata
3
Dipterocarpus (Keruing)
5
Ocotea rodiaei
3
Thujopsis dolabrat
8
Dipterocarpus zeylanicus
1
Ocotea usambarensis
3
Tieghamella heckelii
2
Distemonanthus benthamianus
3
Octomeles sumatrana
4
Tilia americana
6
Dracontomelium mangiferum
2
Olea hochstetteri
2
Tilia vulgaris
4
Dryobanalops spp
1
Olea welwitschii
3
Triploehiton scleroxylon
6
Dyera costulata
3
Palaquium spp
1
Tsuga heterophylia
3
Endiandra palmerstoni
3
Paulownia tomentosa
8
Ulmus americana
4
Entandrophragma angolense
7
Pericopsis elata
6
Ulmus procera
4
Entandrophragma cylindricum
3
Picaenia excelsa
3
Ulmus thomasii
4
Entandrophragma utile
8
Picea abies
3
Xylia dolabriformis
4
Erythrophleum spp
3
Picea jezoensis (18-28%mc)
3
Zelkova serrata
2
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9.3 %WME Table (% Wood Moisture Equivalent)
Material Wood Group Nos.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
%WME (percent wood moisture equivalent)
7
8.2
9
8
7.1
7
11
10.5
-
8
10
10.5
9.3
7.5
7.4
11.5
11
-
9
10.8
10.9
9.7
7.9
8.1
12.1
11.6
8.5
10
11.7
11.5
10.4
8.6
8.8
12.7
12.2
9.4
11
12.7
12.6
11.3
9.5
9.7
13.4
13.4
10.5
12
13.6
13.7
12.1
10.5
10.5
14
14.3
11.5
13
14.5
14.5
12.7
11.2
11.2
14.5
15.1
12.5
14
15.3
15.5
13.4
11.8
11.8
15
16
13.5
15
16.3
16.7
14.1
12.5
12.6
15.6
17
14.4
16
16.9
17.5
14.8
13
13.2
16
17.7
14.9
17
17.7
18.8
15.7
14.3
13.9
16.6
18.5
15.3
18
18.2
19.7
16.3
15
14.5
17
19.1
16.1
19
19
21
16.9
15.9
15.2
17.6
20
16.7
20
20
22.6
17.8
16.9
16.1
18.4
21.3
17.2
21
20.8
23.5
18.5
17.6
16.8
19.1
22.3
18.3
22
21.5
24.5
19.3
18.3
17.4
19.7
23.2
19.1
23
22.9
26.4
20.2
19.8
18.6
21.2
25.3
19.9
24
23.5
27.4
20.8
20.4
19
22
25.8
20.5
25
24.2
27.8
21.2
21
19.4
22.7
26.3
≈23
26
25.3
29
22.4
22.3
20.1
23.9
27.3
-
27
26.5
-
23.3
23.4
20.8
24.7
28.1
-
28
28
-
24.4
24.8
21.7
25.9
-
-
29
29.6
-
25.6
26.3
22.9
27.1
-
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10. Warranty
10.1 FLIR Test & Measurement 2-Year Limited Warranty
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in this document. This warranty only applies to purchases of Qualifying Products (see below) purchased after
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THAT QUALIFY FOR COVERAGE UNDER THE 2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY, PURCHASER’S OBLIGATIONS, HOW TO
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materials or workmanship, or to request an RMA number, visit www.flir.com. Purchaser is solely responsible for
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