Infrared camera for thermographic applications

Fluke's TiX620 infrared camera has 640 x 480 resolution and provides measurement accuracy and its 5.6-in. high-resolution LCD screen enables thermographers to identify issues and edit images directly on camera while still in the field.
By Fluke September 27, 2016

Fluke's TiX620 infrared camera has 640 x 480 resolution and provides measurement accuracy and its 5.6-in. high-resolution LCD screen enables thermographers to identify issues and edit images directly on camera while still in the field. Courtesy: FlukeFluke’s TiX620 infrared camera has 640 x 480 resolution and provides measurement accuracy and its 5.6-in. high-resolution LCD screen enables thermographers to identify issues and edit images directly on camera while still in the field. The TiX620 provides users multifocal recording, which is designed to capture multiple images from different focal distances and combines them into one image, displaying each object, from foreground to background, sharply for the best image quality. The camera also features IR-fusion technology with three different operating modes: picture-in-picture, full visible light, and AutoBlend. These different ways of viewing the data captured through 640 x 480 resolution makes it easier for users to identify and report problems. On-board advanced analytics allow users to adjust or enhance images right on the camera without additional software. Fluke SmartView software is also included, which provides a suite of advanced tools to view, optimize, annotate, and analyze infrared images, and generate customizable reports.

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