IR windows to prevent arc flash incidents

The Fluke ClirVu CV Series IR Windows are designed to prevent arc flash incidents and are torture tested to the highest arc blast test ratings.

02/12/2014


The Fluke ClirVu CV Series IR Windows are designed to prevent arc flash incidents and are torture tested to the highest arc blast test ratings. Courtesy: FlukeThe Fluke ClirVu CV Series IR Windows are designed to prevent arc flash incidents by eliminating the need to open the panel door to take infrared camera readings. The ClirVu CV Series offers the ultimate protection for the electricians, engineers, and inspectors who work around high-energy equipment. They are Torture Tested to the highest arc blast test ratings and, when properly installed, maintain a panel arc test rating of up to 63 kA. Once installed, there's no need to power down or remove panels—inspections can be conducted quickly, easily, and safely. Installation takes one technician 5 minutes or less. Simply lockout-tagout, punch one hole with a standard conduit punch without removing the panel door, attach, and secure the cover. The AutoGround feature grounds the IR window to the metal enclosure, eliminating the need to separately ground each metal component of the window. 

Fluke Corp. 

www.fluke.com



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