Infrared cameras with wireless connectivity

Fluke's Ti90 and Ti95 Infrared Cameras with wireless connectivity are designed to work in conjunction with Fluke Connect and feature 8 GB of removable or wireless SD card memory and a 3.5-in color LCD screen.

07/03/2014


Fluke's Ti90 and Ti95 Infrared Cameras with wireless connectivity are designed to work in conjunction with Fluke Connect and feature 8 GB of removable or wireless SD card memory and a 3.5-in color LCD screen. Courtesy: FlukeFluke's Ti90 and Ti95 Infrared Cameras with wireless connectivity are designed to work in conjunction with Fluke Connect. The cameras are designed for technicians, electricians, and facility managers who need to collaborate and share measurements with others on their team.

The Fluke Ti90 and Ti95 feature improved spatial resolution, which allows technicians to conduct infrared inspections from a safer distance while remaining accurate. The 3.5-in. color LCD screen has adjust brightness settings for most conditions. The infrared cameras come with an SD memory system including a removable 8 GB SD memory card or 8 GB wireless SD Card.

The Ti95 features Fluke IR-Fusion technology with Picture-in-Picture and full visible on both cameras for easier identification and reporting of problems. Both models have AutoBlend and Picture-in-Picture modes are available in the SmartView reporting software to perform analysis and image adjustments/enhancements.

Fluke Corporation

www.fluke.com 

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