Thermal imagers

Fluke added four additional products to the P3 Series thermal imagers: the Ti27 and Ti29 models measure temperature from -20 to 600 C with a high temperature color alarm for industrial applications, and the TiR27 and TiR29 models measure temperature from -20 to 150 C with a low temperature or dewpoint color alarm for building inspection and maintenance applications.

09/13/2012


P3 Series thermal imagersFluke added four additional products to the P3 Series thermal imagers: the Ti27 and Ti29 models measure temperature from -20  to 600 C with a high temperature color alarm for industrial applications, and the TiR27 and TiR29 models measure temperature from -20 to 150 C with a low temperature or dewpoint color alarm for building inspection and maintenance applications. These thermal imagers feature interchangeable lenses, 76,800 total pixel image count for the Ti32/TiR32 models, thermal and spatial resolution with Fluke IR-Fusion that simultaneously displays visible light and infrared images, and Fluke SmartView professional IR software for viewing, annotating, editing, and analyzing.

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