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Fluke extends its high-performance range of thermal imagers

22 June 2011

Fluke has introduced four new high-performance thermal imagers, the Ti27 and Ti29 for industrial, electrical and process control applications, and the TiR27 and TiR29 for building inspection, energy audit and building maintenance applications. In addition to the Ti32 and TiR32 they make up the affordable Fluke P3 Series, all models offering one-handed, easy-to-use operation.

The Ti27 and TiR27 instruments have 240 x 180 sensors, the Ti29 and TiR29 have 280 x 210 sensors, while the Ti32 and TiR32 have 320 x 240 sensors, all providing excellent spatial resolution and delivering sharp and detailed images on a 3.7in high-definition 640 x 480 display.

Fluke P3 Series thermal imagers have a three-button menu designed for intuitive operation and navigation with a push of the thumb, and provide either manual focus or a smart focus system. They all feature transmission correction and a high temperature alarm (dew point temperature alarm on the TiR models) plus Fluke’s IR-Fusion technology, which lets users marry high-precision thermal images with visible light images in full screen, picture-in-picture or blended views.


Fluke SmartView software (with free software upgrades for the life of the product) is included with each thermal imager. This modular suite of tools is available for viewing, annotating, editing and analysing infrared images that fully supports Fluke IR Fusion technology. The software enables users to edit images in five viewing modes and generate customised professional reports in a few steps.

 


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