Fluke TiX se­ries infrared cam­eras

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - PRODUCT WATCH -

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.

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