The Fluke TiR105 portable thermal imager with an uncooled microbolometer sensor and a 160 x 120 focal plane array (FPA) captures infrared images of thermal patterns, and is commonly used in building diagnostic applications, including energy audits, building maintenance, assessment, and repair. This thermal imager detects temperatures from -20 to +150 degrees C (-4 to +302 degrees F), with an accuracy of + or - 2 degrees C or 2%, and a thermal sensitivity of less than or equal to 0.08 degree C (80 milliKelvins) at 30 degrees C. It merges visual and thermal images to pinpoint problem areas and provide a recognizable image for ease of identification, and can display a full thermal, a full visual, or a picture-in-picture image for flexibility in viewing. The 3.5-inch color LCD screen provides clear images for ease of viewing and analysis, and user selectable backlighting levels help eliminate light reflections and improve contrast in low-light conditions. This thermal imager can output images and data to a computer for analysis, comparison, annotation, and reporting. It has a laser pointer to help target objects during imaging, and the integrated flash and torch light help capture images in dark environments. The large depth of field focus-free system works at a minimum of 48 inches for clear images. This thermal imager can capture measurements when connected to up to five compatible wireless modules for remote monitoring (sold separately). The thermal imager resists impact from drops up to 2 meters, and is Ingress Protection certified IP54 for protection against dust and splashing liquid. The European Conformity (CE) marking indicates compliance with applicable European Union (EU) directives. It comes with an AC power adapter, a lithium ion smart battery, a USB cable, a SD memory card, a hard carrying case, a soft transport bag, an adjustable hand strap, instructions, and SmartView reporting and analysis software on CD. This thermal imager is suitable for use in commercial building diagnostic applications.
|Temperature range||-20 to +150 degrees C (-4 to +302 degrees F)|
|Accuracy||+ or - 2 degrees C or + or - 2%, whichever is greater|
|Thermal sensitivity||< or = 0.08 degree C (80mK) at 30 degrees C|
|Detector type||160 x 120 FPA, uncooled microbolometer sensor|
|Image capture frequency||9Hz|
|Visible camera||2 megapixel industrial grade camera|
|Color palettes||Grayscale, blue red, ironbow, amber|
|Power Supply||Rechargable Li-Ion battery|
|Dimensions||28.4 x 8.6 x 13.5cm/11.2 x 3.4 x 5.3 inches (H x W x D)|
H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.
Thermal imagers, also known as thermal cameras, infrared imagers, or infrared cameras, capture images of heat patterns for examination and analysis. Objects emit infrared light, and this light radiates heat in varying temperatures. A sensor within a thermal imager detects radiant heat and transforms it into patterns on a thermal imaging system. Thermal imagers have LCD screens to display an image of the object in a range of color that corresponds with variations in temperature. Technicians can transfer images and video to a computer for process monitoring and analysis. Some thermal imagers can show visual images along with thermal images to make an object more identifiable. Thermal imagers are used in an array of industries, including construction and building maintenance, manufacturing, firefighting, medicine, law enforcement, and military among others. A wide range of applications include building diagnostics to identify hidden moisture or heat leaks, industrial and commercial maintenance to prevent or identify electrical or mechanical equipment failure, thermal cameras that restore visibility in fire control, medical and veterinary diagnostic imaging to identify health conditions, and surveillance cameras for law enforcement and facility security.
Fluke Corporation manufactures electrical testing tools and software for industrial and commercial applications. The company, founded in 1948, is headquartered in Everett, WA.