Fluke Introduces New Thermal Imager for Industrial Applications

Noria news wires

Fluke Process Instruments recently introduced a new high-performance thermal imager for the most challenging industrial applications.

The ThermoView TV40 consists of a thermal imager supported by analysis software to provide temperature control, monitoring and data archiving. It features continuous or intermittent inspection of temperature events, independent emissivity for each area of interest and user-configurable setup of temperature conditions to trigger events or alarms.

The software can interface with process-control equipment and perform product inspections, temperature alarming and monitoring. The temperature analysis tools are designed for trending and product troubleshooting, as well as alarming for over- and under-heating conditions.

"The TV40 developed software is a turnkey solution intended for factory automation, process inspection and process monitoring applications, which Fluke Process Instruments has served for many years," said Jeff Kresch, global product manager for Fluke Process Instruments. "This versatile thermal imager has the performance and personalization capabilities needed for continuous process monitoring and control."

The standard TV40 thermal imager incorporates an “on-board” lens with no external moving parts. It can operate in ambient temperatures up to 122 degrees F (50 degrees C). Remote motorized focus is utilized with simultaneous thermal and visible remote sighting for easy alignment and continuous monitoring of process conditions.

The camera has a web interface and allows for high-speed data transfer at 60 frames per second. Basic setup can be completed via any personal computer with a web browser. The software runs on Windows 7, 8 and 10 operating systems.   

The thermal imagers are available with environmental outdoor enclosures, air purge and other accessories. They come with a manual, calibration certification, quick reference guide, safety sheet and a two-year warranty.

For more information, visit www.flukeprocessinstruments.com.

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