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Thermal Imaging joins the CNX™ Wireless System

Did you know that Fluke infrared cameras can now wirelessly connect to 5 other Fluke test and measurement tools and take multiple measurements simultaneously?

The Fluke Thermal Imaging CNX™ Wireless System includes the following infrared cameras: Ti100, Ti105, Ti110, Ti125, TiR105, TiR110 and TiR125.

Allow us to send you a free Fluke Thermal Imaging CNX™ Wireless System […]

Dive into Questions and Grow into Knowledge

I’ve been working on a project this past week with a couple of young people. I’m impressed with two things. First, they have more energy than I have. Second, I have more experience than they have. While energy is great, relying on experience often means I know how to do things “smarter,” using less energy. […]

Supporting Your Work

Last week I talked about the value of following professional standards. Not only do they lay out the best “recipe” for success but standards are also widely accepted as “collateral” in most industries where we work. By following standards, your work will immediately gain credibility.

Section 14 of ASTM C-1153, Standard Practice for Location of […]

Follow the "Recipe!"

Last week I talked about how to move yourself and your imager into the best position to get good thermal data. Another big part of being successful is understanding and following professional thermography standards. Like a good time-tested recipe, these help us get high quality, consistent results.

As I’ve said before, I’ve made plenty of mistakes […]

Move Your Feet

After years of working with new thermographers in our training classes, I’ve learned a lot about how people learn. First, we never get it right the first time! Don’t worry about making mistakes, in fact, it is important to make them. But it is also equally important to learn from them. In class we let […]

1-Time Auto Adjust

Last week we discussed how to adjust level and span manually. Sometimes this can lead to a lot of “button pushing!” It is not a big deal – just one of life’s little aggravations. Thankfully, many models of Fluke imagers have a very helpful solution: 1-TIME AUTO ADJUST.

Both images were taken using AUTO adjust. […]

Adjusting Level & Span Manually

Last week we discussed how to adjust level and span automatically and when that feature is best used. While using AUTO can be very convenient in many situations, you’ll quickly find times when MANUAL adjustment is essential, either to getting the best image or understanding what you are seeing.

Use AUTO adjust to get “in […]

Tell Us About Your Experience with a Fluke Thermal Imager and Win a New 55” TV!

We want to know how Fluke thermal imagers have helped you, and to say thank you, we are giving away a brand new 55 inch flat screen TV!  Tell us how you have been able to:

Grow your business
Spot inefficiencies
Reduce costs
Improve your productivity

Tell us your story; include situations and discoveries made with your Fluke thermal imager. […]

Adjusting Level & Span Automatically

I’m all for using the AUTO adjust feature found on most thermal imagers. That said, it does not mean I can turn my brain off! Many new thermographers believe they can just put their system on AUTO and life will be good. Not true.

AUTO adjusts the span of the image to accommodate all three […]

What Palette to Use?

The image palettes we have available to us are remarkable. They’ve come so far since I first got into this business in 1983. We can now also easily change the palette in the software. Wow!

The Fluke AMBER palette with red and blue saturation indicators is a nearly perfect palette to use, especially in the […]