ii910 sonic industrial imager Fluke’s detection device uses sound to locate leaks in compressed air systems, gas lines and vacuum systems, as well as corona discharge and partial discharge in power distribution and high-voltage industrial equipment. The device has an array of microphones; it determines the direction from which the sound of a leak originates by comparing when each microphone picks up the sound. The ii910 isolates the frequency of leaks, making it possible to find them in extremely noisy production environments; it also can scan a large area and pinpoint leaks from a distance. Leaks are displayed on a 7-inch screen as a color overlay on an image of the area.
What’s new? The ii910 model, and its greater sensitivity, compared to the first model in the product line, the ii900. It can detect frequencies ranging from 2 to 100 kilohertz (kHz), compared to the 2 to 52 kHz range of the ii900.
Benefits The ability to detect smaller leaks and leaks that are farther away. The ii910 has a detection range of up to 393 feet, compared to 230 feet for the ii900.
Fluke Corp., Everett, Wash., 425-347-6100, www.fluke.com