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Fluke has reduced the recommended prices in Europe of its Ti25, TiR and TiR1 thermal imagers, designed for day-to-day troubleshooting and maintenance, until 30 September 2010.

The thermal imagers, which have been discounted by more than 12 per cent, offer excellent image quality and feature IR Fusion technology, which integrates infrared and visible light images in full-screen or picture-in-picture views for enhanced problem detection and analysis, according to the company.

The Fluke Ti25, TiR and TiR1 feature a three-button menu designed for intuitive operation and navigation with the push of a thumb, with the Ti25 and TiR1 offering the ability to record and save voice comments with every image taken, plus on-screen emissivity correction.

The Ti25 thermal imager is designed for the everyday troubleshooting and maintenance of electrical installations, electromechanical and process equipment, HVAC/R units and other industrial and electrical equipment.

The TiR and TiR1 thermal imagers are designed as complete solutions for building diagnostic and roofing professionals and restoration and remediation specialists.

With widescreen full-colour LCD displays, optimised thermal sensitivity and temperature measurement ranges of -20C to +350C for the Ti25 and -20C to +100C for the TiR and TiR1, they allow users to operate from a safe distance and still see small temperature differences.

Fluke Smartview software (with free software upgrades for the life of the product) is included with each thermal imager.

A modular suite of tools for viewing, annotating, editing and analysing infrared images, Smartview fully supports Fluke IR-Fusion technology, enabling users to edit images in five viewing modes and generate customised, professional-looking reports in a few steps.

Fluke Calibration

Fluke Corporation was founded in 1948, specialising in electrical test and measurement products. Early in its history, Fluke recognised that the very best electrical metrology would be needed to support its products and undertook to develop this capability. From this activity, the calibration business was born. Over the years, many breakthrough calibration products were introduced, establishing Fluke as a leader in electrical metrology.

In 2000, Fluke acquired Wavetek Precision Measurement. In 2001, Fluke’s calibration business expanded into the temperature field with the acquisition of Hart Scientific and then into pressure and gas flow with the acquisition of DH Instruments (2007), followed by Ruska and Pressurements (2010).

The unified business’s unmatched breadth and depth in metrology puts Fluke Calibration in a unique position to deliver today’s and tomorrow’s calibrations solutions to customers who demand the very best, supported by an organisation they can count on for the long term.

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