The Fluke Ti45FT HT20 technology links a real world visual image with a thermal image. It merges the two images into one, with the possibility to blend between the two images or create picture-in-picture combinations.
The Fluke TiR1 Thermal Imaging cameras are the perfect imagers for building envelope, restoration and remediation, inspection and roofing applications. See things both ways—infrared and visual (visible light) images fused together communicating critical information faster and easier—traditional infrared images are no longer enough. IR-Fusion, a patent-pending technology that simultaneously captures a digital photo in addition to the infrared image and fuses it together taking the mystery out of IR image analysis. IR-Fusion is standard on TiR1 models.
The new Fluke 983 Particle Counter is the preferred choice for HVAC and IAQ professionals. From filter testing to IAQ investigations, the Fluke 983 is the portable solution for determining airborne particle concentrations. Use the Fluke 983 to immediately respond to occupant complaints, or as part of a comprehensive preventive maintenance program.
With the Fluke 983, you can:
With expanded data logging and six-channel particle size display, the Fluke 983 allows users to run more tests quickly, with less time spent cycling through screens to obtain the data. The Fluke 983 is lightweight and easy to use in any position, with a comfortable hand strap and rugged rubber holster.
The Fluke 983 Particle Counter simultaneously measures and displays six channels of particle size distribution, temperature and humidity. This compact, lightweight, self-contained tool allows for one-handed operation. The Fluke 983 maintains its accuracy when used in any position. The 8 hour rechargeable battery together with a large 5000 sample record capacity allows for uninterupted performance during air quality surveys. The Fluke 983 is the ideal tool for determining size distribution of airborne particles or tracking down a particle source.
The ultimate tools for troubleshooting and maintenance
This thermal Imager is the perfect tool to add to your problem solving arsenal. Built for tough work environments, this high-performance, fully radiometric infrared camera is ideal for troubleshooting electrical installations, electro-mechanical equipment, process equipment, HVAC/R equipment and others.
See things both ways—infrared and visual (visible light) images combined together communicating critical information faster and easier—traditional infrared images are no longer enough. IR-Fusion, a patent-pending technology that simultaneously captures a digital photo in addition to the infrared image and combines it together, taking the mystery out of IR image analysis. IR-Fusion is standard on Fluke Ti25.
The Fluke 1625 is the advanced earth ground tester that performs all four types of earth ground tests and includes features that give quicker and more accurate readings.
The Fluke 1625 offers these advanced features
Earth Ground loop resistance measurements for commercial, industrial, and utility applications
The clamp-on ground testing technique used by the Fluke 1630 simplifies ground loop testing and enables non-intrusive leakage current measurement. The compact and rugged design makes the Fluke 1630 easy to use in small places and harsh environments, while the ‘display hold’ and the continuity testing with an audible alarm function ensures convenience in use. The novel technique means that earth ground loop testing and continuity testing can be completed without breaking the circuit.
Stakeless testing system
The Fluke 1630 uses the Stakeless testing method, which eliminates the need to disconnect parallel ground rods and find suitable locations for placing auxiliary ground stakes. This saves time and enables users such as industrial and utility electricians, and field service electricians and contractors, to perform earth ground loop tests in locations where it is not possible to use other techniques, including inside buildings or on power pylons. With the Stakeless testing method, earth ground stakes are no longer necessary. The Fluke 1630 Earth Ground Clamp is placed around the earth ground rod or the connecting cable. A known voltage is induced by one half of the clamp and the current is measured by the other half. The tester automatically determines the ground loop resistance at this grounding connection. For stakeless testing at least two ground rods (or ground connections of the ground system under test to earth) are required to close the loop the test voltage is induced.