Temperature can be a sign of trouble ahead. With Fluke thermal cameras you can detect issues before they become problems. Designed for everyday use, in the toughest industrial environments, Fluke offers infrared cameras for a wide range of applications.
Handheld thermal cameras are best for preventive maintenance, electrical inspections, and frontline troubleshooting. While articulating thermal cameras are best for when you need pinpoint accuracy from both near and far, from electrical utilities to research and development. And mounted thermal cameras are the strongest in the bunch, ideal for research, science and engineering applications allowing for continuous infrared data collection.
Features 384 x 288 infrared resolution, touchscreen, video recording, dew-point calculation.
256 x 192 IR resolution, asset tagging, voice annotation, IR-PhotoNotes and touchscreen IR-Fusion.
320 x 240 resolution, fixed focus and IR Fusion. 3.5 inch LCD screen.
An ideal thermal imaging camera for HVAC, mechanical and electrical inspections, the Fluke TiS20+...
Get a leading-edge visual infrared experience in a professional 640 x 480 thermal imager.
Get stunning 640 x 480 resolution thermal images and surprising affordability.
A handheld thermal camera so easy to use you can empower your entire team.
A high performance, 320 x 240 infrared camera. Perfect for streaming and analyzing thermal data,...
A high performance, 640 x 480 infrared camera. Perfect for streaming and analyzing thermal data,...
Thermal imaging software to analyze data and create reports from data your thermal camera.
Ideal for industrial preventive maintenance programs. Features LaserSharp™ AutoFocus and 320 x 240...
Choose the highest resolution thermal camera in its price range. The Fluke Ti401 PRO thermal camera...
A thermal camera is an inspection tool that captures infrared energy – radiation emitted from an object – and creates an image. Thermal cameras, also known as infrared cameras and thermal imagers, are ideal for industrial inspection. Maintenance, leak detection, and machine troubleshooting are all common applications.
Thermal cameras can be used for a broad range of applications: building inspection, security, electrical maintenance, firefighting, gas detection, and beyond. Thermography is an especially powerful test method for uses in which:
Some thermal imaging cameras can see up to 1km and beyond, but most can’t see through thick solid surfaces like walls.
Thermal imaging is the process of capturing infrared radiation and translating it into thermal images, or thermograms. Thermal imaging shows variations in temperature expressed in color. Powerful infrared cameras are incredibly sensitive, displaying heat in great detail with color gradients.
Everything around us emits infrared energy – a heat signature. Thermal imaging works by measuring infrared energy and converting that data into electronic images that display surface temperature. An optical system focused infrared energy to a sensor array, or detector chip, with thousands of pixels in a grid. A matrix of colors corresponding to temperatures is sent to the camera display as a picture.
An infrared scanner measures human temperature, often mounted for continuous monitoring and with a large display. Infrared scanning is a term most often used for human body temperature measurement. However, infrared scanners can also be used for applications like scanning machines, concrete, and buildings.
The best infrared thermal imaging camera is the one the has the price point, ruggedness, portability, thermal sensitivity, and image resolution you need.