Infrared cameras with auto-focus
Fluke Corporation's Ti200, Ti300, and Ti400 infrared cameras uses a laser to pinpoint exactly where the camera should focus for precisely focused images every time and can connect wirelessly to a mobile app for editing.
Fluke Corporation's Ti200, Ti300 and Ti400 infrared cameras feature advanced connectivity and accuracy to maximize technicians' productivity in the field. The cameras feature LaserSharp Auto Focus, which uses a laser to pinpoint exactly where the camera should focus.
The Fluke Ti200, Ti300 and Ti400 connect to the Fluke CNX Wireless system, allowing them to be used as a main unit to view live measurements of up to five wireless modules (such as ac current or voltage modules) on its screen and integrate the data into the infrared image.
The infrared cameras feature wireless connectivity to easily transfer images from the cameras directly to PCs, an Apple iPad, or Apple iPhone which can then be imported into Fluke SmartView software, a professional suite of analysis and reporting tools for optimizing and analyzing infrared images and producing professional reports.
New SmartView Mobile App
The cameras also integrate wirelessly with the Fluke SmartView Mobile app for iPhone and iPad. The SmartView Mobile app allows users to transfer images wirelessly for additional image optimization and analysis and to create professional reports, but now they can share information without returning to the office to create and send reports to clients or management.
The Fluke infrared cameras feature patented IR-Fusion technology, which merges the infrared and visual images into a single view to better discover, diagnose, and communicate problems. With IR-Fusion technology, images can be viewed from full infrared to blended views to a full visible image, to precisely document problem areas.
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