The Fluke 568 Ex meets intrinsically safe certifications from all major global agencies for Class I, Division 1 and 2, or Zone 1 and 2 hazardous environments, and measures temperatures from -40 to 800°C.
FLIR’s range of A310 cameras can be used for both temperature monitoring and security applications.
FLIR Axx-Series thermal imaging cameras are suitable for applications that require thermal imaging but do not need exact temperature measurement, such as automation and process control applications.
The VarioCAMhr is a high-resolution camera for high thermal imaging performance that has a modular device concept to permit the camera equipment to be custom designed.
The VT02 Visual IR Thermometer is a troubleshooting camera with an infrared heat map designed to fill the gap between single-point infrared thermometers and high-resolution thermal imagers.
The Ti105 and TiR105 thermal imagers both offer Fluke’s IR-Fusion picture-in-picture capability, which overlays a PIP infrared image over a digital image.
The Series TIC thermal imaging camera allows users to see heat contrasts to prevent plant equipment failures, detect air leaks in buildings, and many more applications.
The FLIR T400-Series was designed for the user looking to combine ergonomics and performance with a high image quality of 320 x 240 pixels.
Fluke 62 Max and 62 Max+ infrared thermometers are suitable for the harsh conditions faced by technicians in electrical, service, HVAC, process, industrial and facilities maintenance applications.
An addition to FLIR Systems’ E-Series range, the FLIR E30 thermal imaging camera is suitable for electrical and mechanical maintenance inspections.
Fluke Corporation has introduced five new thermal imagers, of which the Ti110 and Ti125 are designed for industrial applications.
Land Instruments International has announced efficiency and accuracy improvements to its Cyclops portable infrared thermometers for non-contact industrial temperature measurement in the 200 to 3000°C range.
Based on the Fluke Ti32, the P3 Series thermal imagers add four additional products.
A series of thermal imaging cameras rugged enough for heavy industrial applications and compact enough for use in R&D and automation has been introduced by Land Instruments International. The Arc cameras have high-resolution radiometric imagers and field of view options that are claimed to be able to view targets at any distance with high clarity. They operate over a wide temperature range of -20° to 1000°C.
The thermoIMAGER TIM from Micro-Epsilon is a miniature real-time thermal imager with USB interface. It can measure temperatures from -20 to 900°C with a thermal sensitivity of 0.1 K. The system has exchangeable lenses with 9° FOV (field of view), 31° FOV and 64° FOV - allowing temperature to be measured in a variety of object distances, from close focus to far field focus. Optical resolution is 160x120 pixels.