Fluke’s new TiS55+ and TiS75+ thermal imagers transform plans for preventive maintenance (PM) programmes into reality. These cameras offer technicians and contractors who need quality images and feature-rich cameras, an option for their troubleshooting, intermittent inspection, and preventive maintenance needs.
Technicians make many inspections daily, and it can be hard to remember what was seen and the inspection location. The new Fluke TiS55+ and TiS75+ come with built-in personal assistants, meaning the old clipboard can finally be ditched and technicians can have all the information needed, embedded in the images saved, including voice annotation, IR-photo notes, and asset tagging.
An important aspect with any camera is focus. Fluke’s Ti55+ and Ti75+ offer a focusing wheel for manual focus, or a fixed focus for quick scans.
The TiS75+ includes a dew-point calculation, too. This is useful in building inspections. When air is cooled to the temperature where it is saturated with water, moisture develops and wreaks havoc on buildings. Once dew point is calculated, the camera will display the Dew Point Colour Alarm. Everything the camera displays that is at the dew point temperature and below, will display as a thermal image. Everything above will display as a visual light image. This allows users to see where in the image condensation is occurring, and a scale of how far objects are below the dew point.
TiS55+ and TiS75+ thermal imagers feature:
• 384 x 288 (TiS75+) or 256 x 192 (TiS55+) infrared resolution
• -20°C to 550°C temperature range
• 3,5" (889 mm) VGA Touchscreen LCD display
• Water and dust resistant (IP54)
• Engineered to withstand a 2 m drop
Fluke’s TiS55+ and TiS75+ infrared cameras are a part of a growing system of connected test tools and equipment maintenance software.
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