Thermal Cameras

See the heat.

The problem

Keep production facilities running 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, avoid costly breakdowns, improve installation reliability. These issues are the order of the day in every industry.

The solution

Implement a diagnostic program based on infrared thermography. The thermal imaging cameras we offer offer all the features necessary to perform quick and accurate thermographic inspections.

Why use infrared thermography

We have prepared a playlist on YouTube entirely dedicated to thermography, between theory and advice.

Application areas

Electrical Inspections

Quickly identify hidden problems, make timely repairs, prevent unplanned shutdowns and improve plant safety.

Mechanical Inspections

Discover overheating of connections, bearings and other components before they can cause unexpected interruptions in the activity or create security risks.

Utility

Fast and efficient scanning of large areas and hundreds of connections to prevent unforeseen service interruptions and economic losses.

Building diagnostics

Thermal imaging cameras allow easy detection of even the smallest moisture infiltration, saving money through targeted repairs rather than full replacements.

Furnaces

Some thermal imaging cameras are able to measure temperatures up to 2000 ° C, in order to monitor refractory surfaces and high temperature processes from a safe distance. Thermal imaging cameras allow detection of underground steam leaks and many other problems.

Various

Thermal imaging cameras are suitable in any field where prevention is necessary: from controls of electrical and mechanical systems, to aeronautical, automotive, medical, veterinary, aqueduct, botanical, wind, photovoltaic, marine, etc.

Thermal Cameras models

To ensure the correct functioning of the equipment, reliable measurement tools are needed to solve problems, which can identify and report problems quickly. This is why infrared cameras are indispensable. They allow to identify the heat, imperceptible to the naked eye, given by the electrical resistance and mechanical wear, with sufficient advance to avoid dangers and expensive interruptions.

When you can identify potential problems before they become emergencies, your work becomes much easier. Thermography allows you to dedicate valuable time and resources to critical areas and actively take care of your plants, assets and systems without being content to react to unexpected failures.

Detect crucial problems before they occur with thermography and infrared cameras.

Performance Series

Fluke PTi120

  • Resolution: 120 x 90
  • Field of view: 50° x 38°
  • Thermal sensitivity: 60 mK
  • Temperature range: -20°C … +150°C
  • Focus: Fixed focus
  • Compatible lenses: No
  • IR-Fusion: Yes
  • Fluke Connect: Yes
  • Radiometric video recording: No

Fluke TiS20+

  • Resolution: 120 x 90
  • Field of view: 50° x 38°
  • Thermal sensitivity: 60 mK
  • Temperature range: -20°C … +150°C
  • Focus: Fixed focus
  • Compatible lenses: No
  • IR-Fusion: Yes
  • Fluke Connect: Yes
  • Radiometric video recording: No

Fluke TiS60+

  • Resolution: 320 x 240
  • Field of view: 34,1° x 25,6°
  • Thermal sensitivity: 45 mK
  • Temperature range: -20°C … +400°C
  • Focus: Fixed focus
  • Compatible lenses: No
  • IR-Fusion: Yes
  • Fluke Connect: Yes
  • Radiometric video recording: No

Professional Series

Fluke Ti300+

  • Resolution: 320 x 240
  • Field of view: 34° x 24°
  • Thermal sensitivity: 75 mK
  • Temperature range: -20°C … +650°C
  • Focus: LaserSharp Auto Focus
  • Compatible lenses: 4
  • IR-Fusion: Yes
  • Fluke Connect: Yes
  • Radiometric video recording: No

Fluke Ti401 Pro

  • Resolution: 640 x 480
  • Field of view: 34° x 24°
  • Thermal sensitivity: 75 mK
  • Temperature range: -20°C … +650°C
  • Focus: LaserSharp Auto Focus
  • Compatible lenses: 4
  • IR-Fusion: Yes
  • Fluke Connect: Yes
  • Radiometric video recording: No

Fluke Ti480 Pro

  • Resolution: 640 x 480, Super Resolution: 1280 x 960
  • Field of view: 34° x 24°
  • Thermal sensitivity: 50 mK
  • Temperature range: -20°C … +1000°C
  • Focus: LaserSharp Auto Focus
  • Compatible lenses: 4
  • IR-Fusion: Yes
  • Fluke Connect: Yes
  • Radiometric video recording: Yes

Fluke Ti450 SF6

  • Resolution: 320 x 480 (IR and gas), Super Resolution: 640 x 480 (IR only)
  • Field of view: 24° x 17°
  • Thermal sensitivity: 25 mK
  • Temperature range: -20°C … +1200°C
  • Focus: LaserSharp Auto Focus
  • Compatible lenses: 4
  • IR-Fusion: Yes
  • Fluke Connect: Yes
  • Radiometric video recording: Yes

Expert Series

Fluke TiX501

  • Resolution: 640 x 480
  • Field of view: 34° x 24°
  • Thermal sensitivity: 75 mK
  • Temperature range: -20°C … +650°C
  • Focus: LaserSharp Auto Focus
  • Compatible lenses: 4
  • IR-Fusion: Yes
  • Fluke Connect: Yes
  • Radiometric video recording: No

Fluke TiX580

  • Resolution: 640 x 480, Super Resolution: 1280 x 960
  • Field of view: 34° x 24°
  • Thermal sensitivity: 50 mK
  • Temperature range: -20°C … +1000°C
  • Focus: LaserSharp Auto Focus
  • Compatible lenses: 4
  • IR-Fusion: Yes
  • Fluke Connect: Yes
  • Radiometric video recording: Yes

Fixed thermal cameras

Fluke RSE300

  • Resolution: 320 x 240
  • Field of view: 34° x 25,5°
  • Thermal sensitivity: 30 mK
  • Temperature range: -10°C … +1200°C
  • Focus: Focus is regulated inside the SmartView software
  • IR-Fusion: Yes, inside the SmartView software
  • Radiometric video recording: Yes, inside the SmartView software

Fluke RSE600

  • Resolution: 640 x 480
  • Field of view: 34° x 25,5°
  • Thermal sensitivity: 40 mK
  • Temperature range: -10°C … +1200°C
  • Focus: Focus is regulated inside the SmartView software
  • IR-Fusion: Yes, inside the SmartView software
  • Radiometric video recording: Yes, inside the SmartView software

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