Model: TIX580 60HZ | Order No: TIX580-60HZ
Perform quality assurance, preventive maintenance, and outdoor inspections with this infrared camera. This thermal camera features an ergonomic design and 680 x 480 resolution, which captures quality images no matter the distance. Additionally, the rotating screen allows you to minimize glare.
|Temperature Measurement Range (Not Calibrated Below -10°C)||-4 to 1832°F (-20 to 1000°C)|
|Accuracy||±2°C or 2% (at 25°C nominal, whichever is greater)|
|Thermal Sensitivity (NETD)||≤0.05°C at 30°C target temp (50 mK)|
|On-Screen Emissivity Correction||Yes (both value and table)|
|On-Screen Reflected Background Temperature Compensation||Yes|
|On-Screen Transmission Correction||Yes|
|Live Line Marker||Yes|
|AutoBlend™ Mode||Continuously variable|
|Picture-In-Picture (PIP)||100%, 75%, 50%, 25% IR|
|Built-In Digital Camera (Visible Light)||5 MP|
|IFOV (Spatial Resolution)||0.93 mRad, D:S 1065:1|
|Field of View||34°H x 24°V|
|Minimum Focus Distance||6" (15 cm)|
|IR-Fusion® Technology||Picture-in-picture and full screen|
|Level and Span|
|Touchscreen Adjustable Level/Span||Yes. Span and level can be easily and quickly set by simply touching the screen|
|Fast Auto Toggle Between Manual and Auto Modes||Yes|
|Fast Auto-Rescale in Manual Mode||Yes|
|Minimum Span (in Manual Mode)||3.6°F (2.0°C)|
|Minimum Span (in Auto Mode)||5.4°F (3.0°C)|
|Data Storage and Image Capture|
|Extensive Memory Options||Removable 4 GB micro SD memory card, 4 GB internal flash memory, save to USB flash drive capability, upload to Fluke Cloud for permanent storage.|
|Image File Formats||Non-radiometric (.bmp, .jpeg), or fully radiometric (.is2); no analysis software required for non-radiometric (.bmp, .jpg) files|
|Memory Review||Thumbnail and fullscreen review|
|Software||Fluke Connect SmartView software - full analysis and reporting software and Fluke Connect system|
|Export File Formats with SmartView® Software||Bitmap (.bmp), GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF|
|Voice Annotation||60 seconds maximum recording time per image; reviewable playback on camera|
|IR-PhotoNotes™||Yes (5 images)|
|Advanced Text Annotation||Yes. Including standard shortcuts as well as user programmable options|
|Video Recording||Standard and radiometric|
|File Formats Video||Non-radiometric (MPEG - encoded .AVI) and fully-radiometric (.IS3)|
|Remote Display Viewing||Yes, see the live stream of the camera display on your PC, smartphone, or TV monitor. Via USB, WiFi hotspot, or WiFi network to Fluke Connect SmartView software on a PC; via WiFi hotspot to the Fluke Connect app on a smartphone; or via HDMI to a TV monitor|
|Remote Control Operation||Yes, through Fluke Connect SmartView desktop software or Fluke Connect mobile app|
|Auto Capture (Temperature and Interval)||Yes|
|MATLAB® and LabVIEW® Tool Boxes||Integrate camera data, infrared video and images into these software platforms to support R&D analysis|
|Batteries (Field-Replaceable, Rechargeable)||2 x lithium ion smart battery packs with five-segment LED display to show charge level|
|Battery Life||2-3 hours per battery (Actual life varies depending on settings and usage)|
|Battery Charge Time||2.5 hours to full charge|
|Battery Charging System||Two-bay battery charger or in-imager charging. Optional 12 V automotive charging adapter|
|AC Operation||AC operation with included power supply (100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz)|
|Power Saving||User selectable sleep and power off modes|
|Standard Palettes||8: Ironbow, Blue-Red, High Contrast, Amber, Amber Inverted, Hot Metal, Grayscale, Grayscale Inverted|
|Ultra Contrast™ Palettes||8: Ironbow Ultra, Blue-Red Ultra, High Contrast Ultra, Amber Ultra, Amber Inverted Ultra, Hot Metal Ultra, Grayscale Ultra, Grayscale Inverted Ultra|
|Frame Rate||60 or 9 Hz versions|
|LED Light (Torch)||Yes|
|Color Alarms (Temperature Alarms)||High temperature, low temperature, and isotherms (within range)|
|Center-Point Temperature Measurement||Yes|
|Spot Temperature||Hot and cold spot markers|
|User-Definable Spot Markers||3 user-definable spot markers|
|Center Box||Expandable-contractible measurement box with MIN-MAX-AVG temp display|
|Infrared Spectral Band||7.5 to 14 µm (long wave)|
|Operating Temperature||14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C)|
|Storage Temperature||-4 to 122°F (-20 to 50°C)|
|Relative Humidity||10 to 95% non-condensing|
|Dimensions||10.8 x 6.3 x 3.8" (27.3 x 15.9 x 9.7 cm)|
|Weight||3.4 lbs (1.54 kg)|
|Safety||IEC 61010-1: Overvoltage category II, Pollution Degree 2|
|Electromagnetic Compatibility||IEC 61326-1: Basic EM environment. CISPR 11: Group 1, Class A|
|Australian RCM||IEC 61326-1|
|US FCC||CFR 47, Part 15 Subpart B|
|Vibration||0.03 g2/Hz (3.8 g), 2.5 g IEC 68-2-6|
|Shock||25 g, IEC 68-2-29|
|Drop||25 g, IEC 68-2-29/Engineered to withstand 1 meter (3.3 feet) drop with standard lens|
|Enclosure Rating||IEC 60529: IP54 (protected against dust, limited ingress; protection against water spray from all directions)|
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Whether you choose a simple point-and-shoot model or a high-end thermal imager with all the bells and whistles, here are some key features and specs you should consider:
With a variety of focus mechanisms to choose from, it is important to take into account your skill level as well as the application in selecting a focus type. Here are the common focus mechanisms:
The highest and lowest temperature you encounter in your inspection determines the temperature range you need from your thermal imager. Or, select a camera with a wide temperature range that automatically selects the range based on your scene, or allows you to manually select the temperature range.
A camera that lets you change lenses increases your versatility, allowing you to inspect many more types of equipment and situations. There are lots of choices for lots of applications—standard, wide angle, telephoto, and macro.
Save infrared and digital images and in some cases voice notes to internal memory, a removable SD card, or to a USB flash drive. It’s important to have the flexibility to save images and additional related data to different media for backup or sharing.
Slight differences are easier to see with a monochromatic palette, such as grayscale or amber. High contrast palettes can make it easier to quickly find obvious anomalies. You should be able to change the palette in the camera or in the software.
Use these to quickly highlight areas outside your normal temperature ranges.
Low emissivity surfaces, such as shiny metals, can reflect infrared energy from other objects and throw off your image and your measurement accuracy. So, look for the option to adjust parameters when choosing an imager.
Mark specific temperatures on your image to compare simultaneous temperatures from multiple points on the same image.
Look for a battery with useful features such a charge level indicator. Nothing is worse than starting an inspection with no idea of the battery status. Also consider long battery life and quick charging ability.
Check out the different color palettes available on your thermal imager!
View your home through the eyes of a thermal imager and and see where the hot and cold spots are.
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