Understanding the Relevance of Emissivity to Temperature Measurement Calculation on Your Fluke Ti400 Ti300 Ti200
At the heart of modern electronic devices and many other products are printed circuit boards (PCBs), which have proven to be rugged, reliable, and quickly and inexpensively produced. Thermal imagers provide a powerful set of diagnostic tools for testing PCBs during design and prototyping - and can even help improve manufacturing excellence when used in production, process monitoring and quality assurance applications.
In one compact tool, the Fluke 975 gives you the power to measure a whole range of air quality parameters:
Building on the performance of today´s digital multimeters
To improve performance while using existing technology, engineers must design analog and digital circuits that are "cutting edge" in terms of speed, sensitivity and range. The DMM they use needs to have the appropriate levels of measurement sensitivity and range to do the job. The Fluke 8845/8846A meters meet this need in multiple ways by:
- Increasing the range of each major measurement function beyond what is standard in today´s popular meters.
- Volts dc ranges from 100 mV to 1000 V with a max resolution of 100 nV.
- Current dc ranges from 100 uA to 10 A with a max resolution of 100 pA. Compared to other popular multimeters, the 8845A/8846A increase the range on both ends of the spectrum - from pico amps to amps.
- Resistance ranges from 10 ohm to 1 Gigohm, with a max resolution of 10 uohm. Now engineers can perform a critical low ohms measurement as well as a high impedance measurement with one tool.