Fluke TiX series infrared cameras
With a full 180-degree articulating lens and 5.7 inch touchscreen, the new Fluke TiX560 and TiX520 Infrared Cameras let thermographers easily navigate over, under and around objects to preview and capture images with ease. The cameras are ideal for predictive maintenance, R&D, oil and gas and utility applications where flexibility and higher resolution are essential.
The TiX560 and TiX520 feature a 5.7-inch responsive LCD touchscreen, the largest in its class, says Fluke, with 150 per cent more viewing area compared to a 3.5-inch screen.
The large screen lets thermographers quickly identify issues while still in the field as well as easily edit images directly on the camera – eliminating time in the office; time better spent solving the problem.
SuperResolution mode boosts resolution four times so the normal 320 x 240 (76,800 pixel) resolution of the images captured increases, to 640 x 480 (307,200 pixels) revealing even greater detail to better identify problems that might have been missed with lower resolution cameras. Optional telephoto and wide- angle lenses add versatility to meet a wide variety of applications.
Out of focus images may produce inaccurate temperature measurements that can be off by as much as 20 degrees, making it easy to miss potential problems.
To ensure consistently in-focus images, the cameras feature LaserSharp Auto Focus, exclusive to Fluke, which uses a builtin laser distance meter to pinpoint the target, and accurately calculate and display the distance.