Detects and pinpoints the exact location of the SF6 leak – without shutting down equipment
Quick entry/exit button allowing quick toggling between gas imaging and infrared mode
320 x 240 resolution for gas and infrared images; SuperResolution increases to 640 x 480, only in infrared mode
Get in-focus images in both infrared and gas modes with a touch of a button with LaserSharp® Auto Focus
Wirelessly connect your camera to the Fluke Connect® system to make faster decisions. Team members can see the same data and collaborate on identifying the problem or authorize work before you've left the inspection site.
No need for pencil and notebook:
IR PhotoNotes™ annotation system captures digital images of equipment details, e.g. serial numbers and surrounding area conditions
Record any additional notes with voice annotation and save them with the image
See additional details with optional smart lenses – no calibration required when swapping them between compatible cameras
Optimize images, perform analytics, generate quick, customizable reports and export images to the format of your choice with SmartView® desktop software, included with your purchase
Capture clear, accurate infrared images focused throughout the entire field of view with MultiSharp™ Focus
Small and lightweight, fits easily into your tool box
The Fluke 1736 and 1738 Three-phase Power Quality Loggers are versatile, three-phase Fluke Connect-compatible power loggers for conducting energy, load and power quality studies.
Key measurements: Automatically capture and log voltage, current, power, harmonics and associated power quality values, and capture dips, swells, and inrush currents with event waveform snapshots and high-resolution RMS profiles
Convenient instrument powering: Power instrument directly from the measured circuit
Energy Analyze Plus application software: Download and analyze every detail of energy consumption and power quality state of health with our automated reporting and use the integrated power quality health summary to get an at-a-glance understanding of system health