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The first 3D thermal imaging software

05 November 2008

Fluke now includes free with all Thermal Imagers a easier-to-use, version of its SmartView software, featuring the first 3D imaging capability in the industry and options for optimising and organising thermal images and creating professional reports, as well as a valuable, in-depth training programme.

The first 3D thermal imaging software
The first 3D thermal imaging software

The latest Fluke thermal imagers, including the Fluke Ti25, Fluke Ti10, Fluke TiR1 and Fluke TiR, deliver more durability and performance at a lower price than ever before, bringing the benefits of thermography to the toolboxes of everyday technicians and contractors across a wide range of industries.

The training package on DVD, covering both the theory and practice of thermal imaging. It is designed to help new owners get the most from their thermal imagers, as well as to refresh experienced users of the technology and to serve as a valuable, ongoing training tool.

The Fluke SmartView 2.0 software is a modular suite of tools for viewing, annotating, editing and analysing infrared images and creating illustrated, customised reports. Users can download images captured with any Fluke thermal imager equipped with IR Fusion, the patent pending process whereby visible light images can be merged with infrared images, making identification and diagnosis of problems simpler. Once downloaded, users can analyse, optimise and organise those images, add notes and comments and create professional-quality reports.

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