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- Connect to the largest network of wireless test and measurement tools with Fluke Connect™ * (not available in all areas).
- Conduct inspections from a safe distance and still get close-in shots with the 32 times on-camera digital zoom.
- Choose the most convenient image transfer protocol for your application: Camera data ports: Image transfer: SD card, USB 2.0, video output DVI-D (HDMI). GigE vision and RS232 available in 2015. SmartView® software: SD card. USB 2.0, GigE Vision and RS232 available in 2015.
- Get the sharpest ever IR-Fusion® images with an 8 MP visible light camera.
- Versatile viewing options for in-field viewing of images with viewfinder for outdoor use.
- User defined programmable buttons to personalize for quick access to most used features.
- The only handheld cameras that can be sub-windowed to 240 Hz frame rate for advanced applications (add on option).
What is Subwindowing?
Sudden and rapid temperature changes can be a critical part of certain analysis. The Expert Series cameras (TiX1000, TiX660 and TiX640) provide an optional Subwindowing mode (available at time of camera purchase). This feature is usually found only in cooled infrared cameras. Using these infrared sequences allows the user to document and analyze many frames of data per second to better understand sudden temperature changes.
The following frame rates are available as an optional add-on to the camera:
- Option 1: 640 × 480 (60 fps)
- Option 2: 384 × 288 (120 fps)
- Option 3: 1024 × 96 (240 fps)
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- The first HD* infrared camera with Fluke Connect™ technology - 10 times the on-camera pixels than standard 320x240 cameras (1024 x 768 resolution, 786,432 pixels)
- Enhance image quality and temperature measurement accuracy – get 4 times greater resolution and pixels than standard mode with SuperResolution (up to 3,145,728 pixels)
- Work from safer distances. Inspect areas that you could not get close to before and still get spectacular, detailed infrared images.
- Get a premium in-field viewing experience for quick issue identification with the large 5.6 inch high resolution LCD screen
- R&D testing of material absorbency and moisture permeation.
- Save time focusing with the most advanced focus options available for consistently in focus images: LaserSharp® Auto Focus, auto focus, manual and EverSharp multifocal recording features - available on one camera.
- 8 optional lens for maximum versatility.
- The Fluke Expert Series offers the best flexibility of the entire Fluke infrared camera portfolio to capture spectacular images close up or from a distance. The TiX1000 is compatible with 8 lens options (2x and 4x telephoto lenses, 2 wide angle lenses, 3 macro lenses, and 1 standard lens).
What is SuperResolution?
SuperResolution provides 4x the resolution that's available on camera. Select the SuperResolution mode before you capture images. Then transfer them to the included SmartView® software and select the SuperResolution mode to reveal 3,145,728 pixels and see infrared in a whole new way.
What is EverSharp?
EverSharp mode utilizes the focus motor to capture multiple images from varying focal distances with the push of a button. Using special algorithms, SmartView® software will combine images taken from multiple focal distances and will create an image that sharpens the detail of not just the initial focal point, but also enhances the focus of the elements around the focal point. These infrared images turn out very impressive as all objects are then displayed in superb image quality.
Turn great images into spectacular images. Select the best optional lens for your applications. Get the details in the related products at right or, for a full listing, see bottom of the Models and Accessories tab.
*HD images are captured by the TiX1000 in SuperResolution mode and viewable in the SmartView® software.
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