Fluke's P3 Series thermal imagers capture infrared and visible light images and simultaneously display them fused together

Fluke's P3 Series of thermal imagers includes the Ti32 and TiR32 models; the Ti27 and Ti29 models for industrial, electrical, mechanical and process applications; and the TiR27 and TiR29 models for building inspection, energy audit, weatherization and building maintenance applications.

The imagers measure temperature from -20º C to 600º C on Ti models (-20º C to 150º C on TiR models) and feature a high temperature color alarm on the industrial models and low temperature or dewpoint color alarm on the building models. They all allow voice annotation.

The P3 Series features Fluke IR-Fusion technology that is engineered to capture infrared and visible light images and simultaneously displays them fused together. It has multiple viewing modes and allows users to manipulate images right on the camera's display. These thermal imagers have optional interchangeable wide-angle and IR-Fusion-enabled telephoto lenses. All models feature high-resolution displays with infrared detector resolutions up to 320 x 240 pixels.

Fluke SmartView IR analysis and reporting software is included with each thermal imager. The suite of tools for viewing, annotating, editing and analyzing infrared images is designed to enable users to edit images in five viewing modes and generate customized reports using the report wizard. The software supports Fluke IR-Fusion technology and features Fluke 3D-IR three-dimensional viewing.

The Fluke P3 Series Thermal Imagers come with a 2 GB memory card, two rechargeable batteries that provide four hours of operating time each, AC charger/power supply, adjustable hand strap, and hard and soft transport cases.

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