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Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow
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Fluke Thermal Imaging Roadshow

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This presentation explains the concept of thermal imaging and the various applications where a thermal imager can be put to use.

This presentation explains the concept of thermal imaging and the various applications where a thermal imager can be put to use.

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  • <a href="http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Thermal-Cameras/Fluke-Ti29.htm?PID=72282" title="Infrared Video Camera">Infrared Video Cameras</a> and <a href="http://www.fluke.com/Fluke/inen/Thermal-Cameras/Fluke-Ti25.htm?PID=56723" title="Infrared Detectors">Infrared Detectors</a> are valuable tools that can have a significant impact on your troubleshooting and maintenance productivity.
  • JS Changes 2/3/06
  • JS Changes 2/3/06
  • If possible, show a photo with a thermographer in it using the Ti20
  • Left: hot fan on a transformer cooling bank; again a serious problem as it can result in the entire transformer overheating at peak load. Fans are often poorly maintained, may be wired backwards, or may have a mouse nest in them. Center: Disconnect switches with three separate problems. If they continue to heat, they might weld themselves together resulting in inoperable switch. Right: two bushings: top, appears to be a connection/external problem bottom, appears to be an internal problem and thus much more serious because it is much hotter internally
  • Allows user to catalog or keep a library of images
  • Fluke Proprietary and Confidential
  • Fluke Proprietary and Confidential
  • Fluke Proprietary and Confidential
  • Fluke Proprietary and Confidential
  • Fluke Proprietary and Confidential
  • Fluke Proprietary and Confidential
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    • 1. Fluke Thermal Imaging Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 1http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 2. Thermal imaging • Is the science of seeing heat patterns using special electronic cameras Rather than seeing light, these remarkable instruments create pictures of heat. They measure infrared (IR) energy and convert the data to images corresponding to the temperature. Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 2http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 3. An Infrared System IR Collected IR Energy Windows and Optics IR Sensor S 453¡C T SP1 470¡C EMS ¯.85 Electronics Object Environment Detector Electronic Display or Other Output Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 3http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 4. How do we get the picture? Each of the pixels, contain an accurate temperature value. The Imager, through the use of a complex set of algorithms, assign specific colors that correspond exactly with the temperature value found at the specific X Y coordinate. When an image is captured using the Therrmal Imager , all of the background data is also 96 Elements saved along with the picture allowing in-depth analysis using software. 128 Elements Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 4http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 5. Thermal imaging – is non-contact – applies to most types of equipment and conditions – is obtained without disturbing production – quickly identifies specific locations – allows for detection of problems before failure – can scan large areas quickly to identify areas of concern Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 5http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 6. Are Fluke Thermal Imagers easy to use? Yes. If you take pictures with a “point and shoot” digital camera, you can easily use a Fluke Thermal Imager. Fluke Thermal Imagers can be set either automatic or manual modes, similar to adjustments you might make on a digital camera. Simply: 1. Point 2. Focus 3. Capture As long as you have focused the Imager correctly you basically cannot make any mistakes as you can change Corporate Presentation afterwards with the software everything Company Confidential 6http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 7. Let’s put the Fluke Thermal Imagers to work Just a few of the applications • Electrical • Mechanical / Electromechanical • HVAC FACT Fluke Thermal Imaging 7 Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 7http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 8. Electrical Commonly inspected Typical reasons for temperature components hotspots or deviations • (3 phase) Power distribution • Unbalanced loads • Fuse boxes • Harmonics (3rd harmonic current in • Cables & connections Neutral) • Relays/Switches • Overloaded systems/excessive current • Insulators • Loose or corroded connections increased • Capacitors resistance in the circuit (typically one side • Substations of components heats up) • Circuit breakers • Insulation failure • Controllers • Component failure • Transformers • Wiring mistakes • Motors • Underspecified components (like fuses) • Battery banks would heat up on both side of the fuse Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 8http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 9. Identify a phase unbalance Note the increase in temperature on this phase Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 9http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 10. Identify high resistance connections Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 10http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 11. Utility Substations 109.3°C 100 80 • Switches of all types 60 • Transformers 40 20 • Bushings 8.3°C 90.9°C 90 80 70 60 50 40 35.9°C Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 11http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 12. Tools for measuring loads & harmonics • Fluke 330, 350 series Clamp Meters • Fluke-345 PQ Clamp Meter – 2000A DC – 1400A AC – Harmonics – Power – Energy – Data Logging Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 12http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 13. Mechanical / Electromechanical Commonly inspected Typical reasons for components temperature hotspots or deviations • Motors • Pumps • Bad cooling- due to reduced airflow • Heat exchangers • Bearings • PQ problems like unbalance, overload or 5th harmonic (voltage) • Gearboxes will cause heat dissipation • Drive belts • Bad alignment • Insulation problems with motor windings • Bearing problems – lubrication, wear, etc. • Friction due to wear, misalignment or inadequate lubrication Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 13http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 14. Motors For each 10ºC (18ºF) rise over maximum rated temperature, approximately ½ the life of a motor is lost due to insulation failure! Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 14http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 15. Motors and couplings • It may be difficult to see if the guard is left in place • Temperature varies depending on type • Compare with others or trend over time Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 15http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 16. Belts and sheaves • Alignment of belts • Guards may restrict view • Re-inspect after corrective action Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 16http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 17. HVAC / Process Commonly inspected Typical reasons for components temperature hotspots or deviations • Refractory insulation • Tanks and vessels • Damaged structures caused by worn • Steam systems/traps pipes etc • Pipes and valves • Abnormal heat flow/heat gradients • Heaters/Furnaces • Gas or steam leakage • Manufacturing equipment • Plastics Industry (Molding) • Pulp & Paper (Rollers, handling equipment, etc) • Metal Foundry • Boilers and Reactors • Research & Development Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 17http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 18. Tank levels Locate fluid, solid, and “floater” levels LI01 Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 18http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 19. Refractory & cement kiln insulation Look for – Hot areas associated with refractory thinning or failure – Cold areas associated with internal product build-up Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 19http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 20. Steam traps – failures are costly Working Trap Failed Trap Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 20http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 21. Electronics Applications Electrical Circuit. An infrared view of the hot spots on an electrical circuit Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 21http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 22. Water Intrusion Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 22http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 23. Sofware features Modify temperature range, color pallet, emissivity, background temperature Show Thermal Images in all IR-Fusion® and add markers modes and add annotation Produce professional customized reports Export Images to multiple Image formats in an easy way with the Report Wizard and temperature data to Excel (csv) or Word (txt) Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 23http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 24. Complete Line of Thermal Imagers Ti32/R32 Ti29/R29 Ti27/R27 Price Ti25/TiR1 Ti125/TiR125 Ti10/R Ti110/TiR110 Ti9 Ti100 Performance Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 24http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 25. Fluke Ti25 thermal imagers Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 25http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 26. Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 26http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 27. The new Fluke Ti IR-Fusion® Technology Max IR Mid IR Min IR (traditional thermal imaging) PIP Max IR PIP Mid IR PIP Min IR Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 27http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 28. Fluke Ti – Complete Package •One complete package includes: • SmartView™ analysis and reporting software (with free upgrades) • Rugged hard case and portable soft case • Adjustable hand strap • 2 GB SD memory card • SD memory card reader • Internal rechargeable battery • AC charger/power supply Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 28http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 29. New from Fluke: The easiest-to- use thermal imagers have arrived• new models – Ti125, Ti110 for industrial and commercial use – Ti100 for general use• Six new innovations – IR-OptiflexTM focus system – IR-Fusion® technology – Rugged one-hand operation – Multi-mode video recording – IR-PhotoNotesTM annotation system – Electronic compass Company Confidential 29
    • 30. Focusing made easyIR-OptiflexTM focus system–Combines focus-free ease-of-use with the flexibility ofmanual focus–IR-OptiflexTM focus-free system keeps your camera infocus from 1.2M (4 ft) and beyond–Switch to manual focus for close-up imagesBenefit:–Inspect faster than with manual-only models–More reliable and consistent than autofocus models. From 1.2 m (4 ft) Plus, you have and beyond, the option to you’re in clear manually focus focus for closer views Company Confidential 30
    • 31. Imaging made easy• Capturing an image in portrait or landscape is easy • Light weight and well balanced • Wide field of view; with no optional lens • Image rotation in SmartView ® for analysis and reporting purposes.Benefit: Find, diagnose, and report problems faster and easier Company Confidential 31
    • 32. Imaging made easyIR-PhotoNotesTM annotation system–Add up to three digital photos per infrared image Benefit: Find, diagnose, and report problems faster and easier Company Confidential 32
    • 33. Imaging made easyElectronic Compass–Eight-point cardinal compass readings Benefit: More easily capture critical information for analysis, reporting, and communicating potential problems. Company Confidential 33
    • 34. Troubleshooting made easyMulti-mode video recording–Record video in visible light and infrared with full IR-Fusion–Standard MPEG-encoded AVI format (Ti110/TiR110/Ti125/TiR125)–Fully-radiometric IS3 format (Ti125/TiR125)Streaming video output–Stream live, focus-free video to a PC using SmartView® software (orto a display via PC). (Ti125/TiR125) Benefit: Ti125 and TiR125 models help you pinpoint elusive issues with frame-by- frame infrared video analysis and streaming video output – without constant refocusing or confusing depth-of-field issues. Standard video recording also facilitates better training programs and the creation of compelling sales and marketing videos. Company Confidential 34
    • 35. Professional Software made easyEasy to see increased value with new features – Video playback and analysis - radiometric and non- radiometric – Convert radiometric video frames into .is2 images for analysis & reporting – Live video – project display, pause and store live video screens – Rotate images – Directly download images and manage SD card memory – Update your thermal imager directly in SmartViewEasy to use – Intuitive user interface – Easy to create professional reportsEasy to manage – License allows for installation on unlimited computers – SmartView notifies you when free updates are available Company Confidential 35
    • 36. Fluke Ti32 and TiR32Delivering Top Performance • Award-winning Ti25/TiR1 Design • 320X240 FPA (60HZ) • ≤50mK Thermal Sensitivity (NETD) • Expanded Temp Measurement – Ti32: -20ºC - +600ºC – TiR32: -20ºC - +150ºC • Field-installable optional lenses • Field replaceable LiON Batteries • New Features: – High Temperature or Dew Point alarms – Transmission correction – Enhanced Level/Span adjustment – Thumbnail memory review – New display viewing options – Ultra-Contrast™ Palette options – .IS2, .BMP, and….. .JPG file formats Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 36http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 37. Ultra-Contrast™ Palette Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 37http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 38. P3 Series: Superior image quality Do all Detectors Are same if having Same resolution? Or Just By having more resolution camera Is better? VOx Amorphous Silicon Resistive Bolometer Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 38http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 39. Fluke Ti – Complete Package •One complete package includes: • SmartView™ analysis and reporting software (with free upgrades) • Rugged hard case and portable soft case • Adjustable hand strap • 2 GB SD memory card • SD memory card reader • Internal rechargeable battery • AC charger/power supply Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 39http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 40. You drop it ! • From 2 meter / 6.5 feet high Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 40http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 41. Why Buy Other Thermal Imagers…………. Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 41http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 42. And if it survives……… • You have a new Fluke Thermal Imager ! Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 42http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 43. Global Marketing Initiatives Fluke Education Portal Program Supporting educators with real-world teaching materials and the latest tools and techniques FlukePlus Membership Portal • A worldwide community for all test tools users • 2-way communication between Fluke and members. Able to gain access to content & offers that improve their overall Fluke experience Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 43http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 44. Seminars & Webinars• Thermal Imaging * Learn how to troubleshoot faster and avoid downtime using the latest thermal imaging technology * What is thermal imaging and where can it be used? * Are thermal imagers easy to use? * How to choose the right thermal imager for your applications? * How software can help you in your imaging analysis Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 44http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 45. Keeping your world up and running.® Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 45http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm
    • 46. • Company Name : Fluke Corporation - India • Website: http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/home/default.htm • Address: Division of DHR Holding India Pvt. Ltd. 10th Floor, Sigma Hiranandani Business Park, Powai Mumbai, Maharashtra 400076 • Contact Number: 1 800 209 9110 Corporate Presentation Company Confidential 46http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/Products/Thermal-Cameras.htm

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