New thermal imagers make proactive maintenance easier

01-03-2021 | Fluke | Test & Measurement

Fluke has launched two new rugged, reliable and accurate thermal imagers, the TiS55+ and TiS75+, which are excellent solutions for carrying out preventative maintenance.

Created for one-handed use, the infrared inspection tools effortlessly capture professional, high-quality images of hot spots on machines and factory equipment, assuring potential problems are detected before they lead to failures. Both the devices offer a sharp, clear view of potential issues and can be utilised by customers with no infrared imaging experience.

Jai Gandhi, sales program manager at Fluke, says: “The new TiS55+ and TiS75+ thermal imagers give maintenance teams the chance to move away from cumbersome clipboards and notebooks by adopting a wireless, one-step transfer of measurements. Quick and easy to use, the thermal imagers give customers the confidence to make maintenance decisions based on robust and traceable data, ensuring factory equipment can achieve maximum uptime.”

Able to store around 500 images, the devices are supplied with built-in personal assistants that organise captured images and provided increased functionality by allowing users to add their own information.

Providing extreme durability, the thermal imagers are water and dust resistant (IP54) and have been engineered to resist a 2m drop. Both devices are powered by a lithium-ion rechargeable battery, giving up to three and a half hours of continuous use. Users can also set their own colour alarms, creating a maximum or minimum temperature threshold to highlight a specific hot spot or area of interest.

The devices include wireless connectivity, enabling users to connect with PCs and portable devices such as iPhones and iPads. To support collaborations with other maintenance staff, measurement data can also be shared utilising ShareLive video calls and emails. Users can save time and increase the reliability of their maintenance data by wirelessly syncing measurements employing the optional Fluke Connect system.

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