Fluke Australia has released TiR series IR Flexcam thermal imagers. The IR Flexcam thermal imagers are specifically designed for heating ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) professionals and indoor air quality (IAQ) technicians.
The IR Flexcams include IR Fusion technology, so users can pinpoint building problems by combining both visible light and thermal images.
The Fluke TiR Series thermal imagers can be used for applications such as:
- Roofing surveys – to detect wet areas in roofing systems quickly and efficiently
- Energy audits – perform infrared energy audits for residential and commercial applications
- Increasing the thermal efficiency of a home or building by scanning for thermal heat loss, air infiltration or exfiltration, and air delivery problems
- Moisture/restoration – accurately detect moisture issues located behind exterior and interior walls, in ceilings or under carpet-covered floors
- Mould remediation – control mould by finding unknown sources of moisture that would otherwise go undetected.
According to Fluke Australia, it has specifically incorporated IR-Fusion technology into its TiR series to provide HVAC and IAQ technicians with an all-in-one tool that is quick, accurate and easy to use. The Fluke IR Flexcams can fuse images on-camera and optimise images in real-time, this improves primary target identification, enhances efficiency in pinpointing problems, and provides much greater clarity in reporting.
The TiR series includes six models:
- TiR3 FT
- TiR4 FT
All include Fluke SmartView software that lets users analyse, annotate and edit IR images and to generate professional looking reports.
IR-Fusion technology facilitates real time pixel-for-pixel merging of infrared and visible light images together on a single display. Providing five viewing modes, each designed to add greater clarity, accuracy and a valuable frame of reference to infrared images, IR-Fusion is the only technology that lets users manipulate images right on the camera’s display and is designed specifically to let users find problems not commonly detected with similar infrared imaging cameras.
IR-Fusion captures infrared and visible light images and simultaneously displays the images fused together, adding a new dimension of detail that saves time and money and conveys infrared information for each specific application and environment.