Thursday, February 19, 2015

Web pages renewed and introduce new products!

Fluke has renewed and extended its Solution Centre web pages. Now there is even more information on choosing and using thermal imagers, as well as full details of Fluke’s Performance, Professional and Expert Series thermal imagers. The all-new Solution Centre introduces several new models, and has an interactive screen to show the best camera for a particular application.

Introducing new Fluke thermal imagers 
• For engineers, researchers, designers and advanced thermographers, Fluke’s latest top-of-the-range Expert Series  shows stunning images up to 640x480 pixels. The cameras have an extra-large 14.5cm articulating colour TFT LCD display with daylight operation. They are for advanced applications like R&D, quality control and predictive maintenance, and particularly for demanding sectors like industrial, oil & gas, utilities, medical and biological/ sciences. Field swappable lenses extend applications.
• For professional, in-house, contract and service thermographers, the Professional Series  gives you crisp, detailed images for more in-depth studies like reliability inspections. These models show high quality images and advanced features like LaserSharp™ Auto Focus. They have a one-handed easy-to-use touch screen interface.
• For routine maintenance by technicians and contractors, the affordable Performance Series models show images up to 160 x 120 pixels. The cameras feature easy operation for quick scans and/or intermittent inspections.
All models have Fluke’s IR-OptiFlex™, IR-Fusion® with AutoBlend™, Fluke Connect™, and SmartView® software. 

Choosing and using thermal imagers 
The Center outlines eight reasons for choosing Fluke thermal imagers, lets you work out ROI with a useful calculator, gives advice on where to buy, and provides a link to request a demo.

There are short videos on how to prevent downtime, how to predict equipment faults, and how to ensure equipment is energy efficient. Webinars summarise how to perform a qualitative electrical inspection, how to detect electrical energy losses, and how to inspect electromechanical equipment. There are links to detailed data sheets and application notes to help you get the best from your thermal imager.

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