Fluke Tir Thermal Imager - Infrared Ir Imaging Camera

by Sean Anderson - Date: 2008-11-28 - Word Count: 242 Share This!

The Fluke TiR thermal imager has been specifically optimized for inspection, roofing applications, building envelope, and restoration. Restoration professionals are using thermal imaging to increase their business opportunities, differentiate themselves from their competitors and generate documentation in case they need to defend a future liability claim. Facility managers and property managers use thermal imaging to protect investments and keep buildings in a well maintained, healthy state.

The Fluke TiR has a thermal sensitivity (NETD) is = 0.1 C. That's just over a 2 Fahrenheit accuracy range. Its measurement modes include a center marker and four (4) different color palettes. It also comes standard with Fluke's revolutionary IR Fusion(r). Fluke's IR-Fusion(r) Technology allows you to see things both ways, in infrared and visible light fused together, communicating critical information faster and easier. Traditional infrared images are no longer enough. IR-Fusion technology simultaneously captures a digital photo in addition to the infrared image and fuses it together taking the mystery out of IR image analysis. Simply scroll through the viewing modes to identify trouble areas in full infrared light, full visual light, picture-in-picture, or automatic blend visual and thermal images.

The Fluke TiR is engineered and tested to withstand a 2 m (6.5 ft) drop, dust and water, and includes an IP54 rating. The 3.6 in diagonal landscape color LCD screen, with backlight, delivers the clear, crisp images at 160x120 pixels, a big help when needing to find problems fast. Thermal sensitivity is rated at

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