Fluke’s TiX501 thermal camera enables users to find subtle temperature differences with advanced thermal sensitivity. The interchangeable smart lenses require no calibration of the thermal camera and give users the versatility and image quality needed to conduct inspections in almost any environment.
Flir’s DM166 true RMS multimeter features a built-in thermal imager designed for high- and low-voltage applications. It visually guides users to the location of temperature anomalies and problems. It is designed for troubleshooting and diagnosing issues. Users can identify energized or potentially faulty equipment from a safe distance.
Megger’s TC3231 thermal camera has an infrared thermometer with a thermal imager. It has a range of selectable thermal-image color-palette options on its 2.2-in. display and high/low user preset temperature alarms. It works in temperatures between –4°F and 572°F.
Klein Tools’ thermal imager has more than 10,000 pixels to troubleshoot hot and cold spots. Users can store and share images with an optional microSD card. It features adjustable emissivity from 0.10 to 0.00 and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Users can select high- and low-temperature alarms from -4°F to 752°F.
Johnson Controls’ thermal imager performs skin temperature scanning while people are walking past it. Embedded, advanced facial-detection technology and rapid scanning times quickly alert operators to an elevated skin temperature reading. It features a 5-megapixel color/thermal camera with built-in, A.I.-enabled face detection technology that isolates the forehead.