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Everett, Wash.-based Fluke Corp., a provider of handheld electronic test and measurement technology, has introduced the Fluke Ti25 and Fluke Ti10 thermal imagers.

Built to withstand harsh work environments, the Fluke Ti25 and Ti10 are designed as a complete thermal imaging solution for troubleshooting and maintenance of electrical installations, electro-mechanical equipment, process equipment, HVAC/R equipment and other industrial and electrical equipment.

Both models incorporate IR Fusion, a patent-pending technology that integrates infrared and visual images in full screen or picture-in-picture views for enhanced problem detection and analysis. IR-Fusion helps users recognize image details and better identify problem areas by quickly scrolling through the different viewing modes, according to the company.

The Ti25 and Ti10 are designed to make the use of thermal imaging affordable and effective for day-to-day troubleshooting and maintenance tasks and can record and save voice comments with every image taken (Ti25 only), a three-button menu designed for intuitive operation and navigation with the push of a thumb, and on-screen emissivity correction (Ti25 only).

The Fluke Ti25 and Ti10 thermal imagers are tested to withstand a drop of 6.5 feet, and are IP54 rated to withstand water and dust. With a widescreen full color LCD display, optimized thermal sensitivity and a temperature measurement range of -20 °C to +350 °C for the Ti25, and -20 °C to +250 °C for the Ti10 , the thermal imagers are suitable for most industrial, electrical and commercial applications, allowing users to operate from a safe distance and still see small temperature differences.

SOURCE: Fluke Corp.


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