Infrared cameras for predictive maintenance, oil and gas operations

Fluke's TiX560 and TiX520 infrared cameras are designed to allow thermographers to easily navigate over, under, and around objects to preview and capture images for predictive maintenance, R&D, oil and gas, and other utility applications.
By Fluke March 3, 2015

Fluke's TiX560 and TiX520 infrared cameras are designed to allow thermographers to easily navigate over, under, and around objects to preview and capture images for predictive maintenance, R&D, oil and gas, and other utility applications. Courtesy: FlukeFluke’s TiX560 and TiX520 infrared cameras are designed to allow thermographers to easily navigate over, under, and around objects to preview and capture images with ease. The cameras are ideal for predictive maintenance, R&D, oil and gas, and other utility applications. The TiX560 and TiX520 feature a 5.7-in. responsive LCD touchscreen, which is designed to enable thermographers to quickly identify issues while still in the field as well as easily edit images directly on the camera. The camera has a resolution of up to 640 x 480 pixels to allow for greater detail to better identify problems as well as an optional telephoto and wide-angle lenses add versatility to meet a wide variety of applications. They also have a 180-deg articulating lens. The cameras also feature LaserSharp auto focus, which uses a built-in laser distance meter to pinpoint the target, and accurately calculate and display the distance. The cameras also feature IR-fusion technology with picture-in-picture, full visible light, and autoblend modes for easier identification and reporting of problems. On-board advanced analytics allow users to adjust or enhance images right on the camera without additional software.

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