Fluke TiS60+ Thermal Camera, 30 Hz, 320 x 240
The 320 x 240 resolution Fluke TiS60+ offers the image quality necessary to conduct industrial inspections. Avoid expensive downtime occurrences by capturing the best possible images the first time. With the ruggedness and ease of use that you’d expect from Fluke along with sharp, crisp images, this popular pistol grip camera offers a 3. 5-inch (landscape) LCD screen for easy issue identification.
Manage data, capture multiple measurements and organize it by asset with Fluke Connect
Adjust the level of infrared and visible light with patented IR-Fusion technology
Simplify work orders with accurate information captured using voice annotation and IR Photo Notes
Touchscreen simplicity and point and shoot fixed focus make this camera easy to use with minimal training
Fluke TiS60+ is a Class 2 Laser product. Class 2 lasers are considered safe for normal operation. Class 2 lasers’ output power is below 1 mill watt.
- 320 x 240 resolution for the clarity and image detail you need
- 3.5 inch LCD screen so you can recognize issues in the field
- Easy to use fixed focus, just point and shoot
- Measure up to 400 °C to handle all your applications
- One-handed image capture, review and save capability
- Usability tools to make your measurements quickly with confidence
- Fixed focus simplicity means you get useful images the first time
- IR-fusion gives you flexibility to view images with the context of the scene
- Create accurate work orders with annotation tools (voice and photo notes)
- Compile your images and meter measurements in one file with Fluke Connect
See the problem and the location in one image with IR-Fusion™ technology
IR-Fusion technology, automatically captures a digital visible light image at the same time as an infrared image. The camera blends the two images together, pixel for pixel, in a single display. You can then view the image in full infrared, full visible light or at several degrees of blending in between. The location of an infrared target can be precisely identified even if the infrared contrast is low and there is very little structure in the infrared image.
- Electrical inspections
- HVAC/R inspections
- Residential home inspections
- Light commercial maintenance
- Building diagnostics – building envelope and commercial/industrial facilities