Fluke's First HD Infrared Camera For Thermal Imaging

The TiX1000 (with 1024 x 768 resolution), TiX660, and TiX640 (both 640 x 480) feature up to ten times the on-camera pixels as are available on standard 320 x 240 cameras and a large 5.6" articulating display.

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Fluke Corporation launches its highest resolution infrared camera ever: the Fluke TiX Series Infrared Cameras. The TiX1000 (with 1024 x 768 resolution), TiX660, and TiX640 (both 640 x 480) feature up to ten times the on-camera pixels as are available on standard 320 x 240 cameras and a large 5.6" articulating display. Additional features include:

  • SuperResolution mode to increase image resolution four times more than what you get on camera.
  • The TiX Series can be sub-windowed to 240 Hz frame rate to capture and analyze sudden temperature changes that occur within a second.
  • Eight lens options (two telephoto, two wide angle, three macro, and one standard).
  • The combination of high resolution and telephoto lenses captures detailed thermal images from a safe distance for oil and gas, utilities, and preventive/predictive maintenance applications.
  • The super telephoto lens enables users to inspect areas that they could not get close to before and still capture spectacular, detailed infrared images.
  • Combined with a macro lens, the cameras deliver extreme close-up views in extraordinary detail.
  • Part of the Fluke Connect system.

Watch a video of the system here.

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