What are the differences between Fluke acoustic imaging camera?
The Fluke ii900 Acoustic Imager and the Fluke ii910 Precision Acoustic Imager have many similarities. Both tools detect leaks using an array of microphones. The pitch of the leak detected is then converted into a visual SoundMap™ image, allowing you to “see” sound. As with the ii900, the ii910 can be used to quickly scan an area while gathering photos and videos with the simple one-button capture. The two tools look nearly identical with 7” LCD touchscreen displays; but there are a few key differences between the two.
While the specifications between the two acoustic imaging cameras remain close, the biggest differences are in the frequency range, distance, minimum frame rate, and reporting functionality.
|ii900 leak detection||ii910 corona, PD and leak detection|
|Frequency range||2 kHz to 52 kHz||2 kHz to 100 kHz|
|Distance||0.5 to > 50 meters (1.6 to > 164 feet)||0.5 to > 120 meters (1.6 to > 393 feet)*|
|Minimum frame rate||12.5 FPS||25 FPS|
ii910 Precision Acoustic Imager
The ii910 can detect electrical partial discharge (PD)—a serious issue on insulators, transformers, switch gears, and high-voltage powerlines. If left unchecked, these issues can cause blackouts, fires, explosions, or arc flashes. The ii910 offers an all-in-one tool for catching leaks and PD issues.
Ii900 gas, vacuum, compressed air leak detection
The ii900 acoustic imaging camera has a straightforward, intuitive interface allows technicians to isolate the sound frequency of the leak to filter out loud background noise. In a matter of hours, the team can inspect the entire plant – during peak operations. For the first time, you can quickly and easily identify the air leak repairs needed to ensure efficient operations and reduce utility bills. Images can be saved and exported for reporting purposes.