Fluke launches new thermal imaging devices to facilitate proactive maintenance


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Powerful, reliable and accurate, the TiS55 + and TiS75 + thermal imaging devices feature audio annotations, IR-PhotoNotes, asset tags, and other key features to support an effective proactive maintenance program. Today, Fluke announced the launch of two powerful, reliable and accurate new thermal imaging devices, the TiS55 + and TiS75 +, ideal for preventive maintenance. Designed for one-handed use, the infrared scanners easily capture high-quality, professional photos of hotspots on machinery and factory equipment, ensuring potential issues are detected before they lead to malfunctions. Both the TiS55 + and TiS75 + provide a sharp, clear view of potential problems, and can be used by customers who have no experience with infrared imaging. Capable of storing around 500 photos, the TiS55 + and TiS75 + come with built-in personal assistants that organize the captured images and offer increased functionality by enabling users to add their own information. Key Features Include: – Voice Annotation – Users can record instant notes with up to 60 seconds of audio recording per thermal image. IR-Photo Notes – Users can add visuals to the thermal image file and use it as a reference when analyzing the results. Asset tagging – Users can scan a QR code on an asset to automatically organize and save thermal images. This eliminates data entry errors by saving measurements directly from the camera and linking them to the asset register. The TiS55 + and TiS75 + thermal imaging devices provide maximum durability, are water and dust resistant (IP54) and are designed to withstand drops of up to 2 meters. Both devices are powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that provides up to three and a half hours of continuous use. Users can also set their own color alarms, set a maximum or minimum temperature limit to highlight a specific hotspot or area of ‚Äč‚Äčinterest. The TiS55 + and TiS75 + include wireless connectivity, allowing users to easily connect to computers and mobile devices such as iPhones and iPads. To help collaborate with other maintenance personnel, measurement data can also be shared using ShareLive video calls and emails. Users can save time and improve the reliability of their maintenance data by wirelessly syncing measurements with the optional Fluke Connect system. The equipment maintenance software allows mapping of images to assets automatically (via Asset ID from the camera) or manually and allows creation of work orders and easy comparison between different types of measurement, such as mechanical, electrical, or infrared images. The Fluke TiS75 + offers even greater functionality. The wide field of view allows users to fully capture the scene, even in narrow spaces. It can also record up to five minutes of radiological video to get a picture of temperature changes over time. In addition to alerting about hot spots, the TiS75 + thermal camera detects areas at risk of moisture damage using the new dew point calculation feature. Once the dew point is calculated, the camera will display the dew point color alarm. Everything the camera displays at the temperature of the dew point and below will be displayed as a thermal image. Everything above will be displayed as an optical image. This allows users to easily recognize where condensation is occurring, and a measure of how far below the dew point objects are. For more information, on the new Fluke portable thermal imaging devices, please visit the TiS55 + and TiS75 +.


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