The handheld Fluke ii900 ultrasonic imager is designed to enable maintenance teams to quickly and accurately locate air, gas and vacuum leaks.
Today's thermal imagers are rugged, easy to use, and much more affordable than even just a few years ago.
The Ralston Field Gauge LC10-TA thermal probe is a battery-operated, general-purpose digital temperature probe with a wide temperature range of -30 to 150°C.
The Fluke PTi120 pocket thermal camera is small enough to carry every day, stands up to dirt and water, and can survive a 1 m drop.
The FLIR T640 thermal imaging camera has a 5 MP visual camera, large 4.3″ touchscreen LCD display and autofocus.
The Microscopic lens from Micro Epsilon makes it possible to monitor the temperature of ultra-small objects.
The FLIR E75 is a handheld infrared thermal imaging camera that offers high sensitivity and a true 24° field of view.
The Fluke TiS55 infrared camera is designed for the quick identification of potential electrical, automotive, mechanical, HVAC/R and product development issues.
The FLIR E75, E85 and E95 thermal imaging cameras are updated models with improvements in resolution, temperature ranges and measurement capabilities, as well as interchangeable lenses and a larger touch screen.
The FLIR E8 infrared camera is suitable for fault finding sources of energy loss, overheating electrical and mechanical equipment, structural abnormalities, and moisture intrusions.
The Flir E60-II is suitable for applications involving the inspection, maintenance and troubleshooting of electrical, mechanical and HVAC/R systems.
Optical gas imaging cameras are powerful tools for detecting fugitive emissions that are not visible to the eye.
The DM284 is an all-in-one digital multimeter equipped with a built-in thermal imager powered by FLIR's Lepton thermal micro-camera core.
The Ti450 infrared camera offers MultiSharp Focus — a technology that rapidly takes multiple images focused from near to far and combines them to produce one image with all objects in focus.
At the core of the Cat S60 smartphone is FLIR's Lepton technology, claimed to be the world's smallest, lightest and lowest cost microbolometer-based thermal imaging camera.