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Fluke TiS50 Thermal Imager

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Fluke TiS50 Thermal Imager

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The Fluke TiS50 thermal imager is part of the Fluke Performance Series of thermal imagers. The TiS50 provides the resolution, range and accuracy to easily and quickly identify problems before they become expensive failures.


Whether you are a building inspector, electrician, energy auditor, equipment technician, or plant manager; the Fluke TiS50 thermal imager is the ideal tool for identifying heat and moisture issues in building applications, process industries and industrial/ electrical maintenance.

The Fluke TiS50 has a measuring range from -20 to 450°C with an accuracy of ±2°C or 2% (whichever is greater). The imager provides 220 x 165 pixel resolution and fixed focus with a minimum focus distance of 0.45 m (1.5ft). The TiS50 has a versatile, ergonomic design capable of one-handed operation and a rugged body engineered to withstand a drop from 2 meters. The large 3.5" 320 x 240 LCD display has a 9 Hz refresh rate. Images can be stored in an internal 4GB memory or 4 GB micro SD card. Fluke Connect® makes it easy to create and email reports from the jobsite, eliminating the need to go back to the office to process reports

Applications for the Fluke TiS50 Thermal Imager:

- Overloaded electrical systems with excessive current
- High-resistance electrical connections
- Industrial component failure
- Worn or damaged bearings
- Bearing lubrication issues
- Abnormal heat flow and heat gradients
- Improperly-operating valves and steam traps
- Tank levels and sludge build-up
- Improperly installed or missing insulation
- Unexpected heat loss or gain
- Improperly installed or damaged HVAC ductwork
- Defective or damaged seals on doors and windows
- Problems with HVAC installations
- Unexpected moisture

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