New High Definition Thermal Imagers
Jan 13 2010 Read 598 Times
Fluke has introduced the Fluke Ti32 and TiR32 Thermal Imagers, the first industrial grade, highperformance imagers on the market to incorporate a powerful 320x240 sensor to provide high-definition, strikingly crisp, detailed images. Their superior image quality helps to identify even the smallest temperature differences that could indicate problems. With Fluke’s patented IR-Fusion® technology, users can marry high-precision thermal images with visual (visible light) images in full screen, picture-in-picture or blended views for enhanced problem detection and analysis. IR-Fusion is the only solution available with physical parallax correction, which enables perfect alignment, pixel by pixel, of both infrared and visible images. Fluke products are the only thermal imagers on the market to incorporate IR-Fusion in both camera and software.
Users can record voice comments of up to 60 seconds with every image taken by the Fluke Ti32 and TiR32. They feature a three-button menu designed for intuitive operation and navigation with a push of the thumb, on-screen emissivity correction, transmission correction and high temperature alarm (dew point temperature alarm on the TiR32).
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