Fluke thermal imager offers continuous monitoring

Aug. 2, 2023
The ThermoView TV30 can provide a warning when anomalies are detected so processors can avoid costly downtime and repairs.

ThermoView TV30 Fluke’s new stand-alone thermal imager can monitor heat in industrial environments ranging from 14 degrees Fahrenheit to 2,372 degrees FahrenheitThe camera offers a range of connectivity and can easily be integrated with a PLC via open platform communications unified architecture (OPC-UA), or MQ telemetry transport (MQTT), and can be powered with 24 VDC power supply or Power over Ethernet (PoE). It has three lens options for narrow or wide fields of view, and has a remote motorized focus capability. 

What’s new? The ThermoView TV30.  

Benefits Thermal monitoring without being tethered to a PC. The ThermoView TV30’s continuous monitoring can provide a warning when anomalies are detected, allowing time to proactively correct problems and avoid costly downtime and repairs. Via web browser, users can set multiple areas of interest, monitor processes and access the imager’s on-board analytics. The ThermoView TV30 also can interface directly with PLCs or other devices using multiple fieldbus protocols or discreet I/O. The fixed thermal imager has a small footprint and is easy to install, saving required space and installation costs. 

Fluke Process Instruments, Everett, Wash., 800-443-5853, www.flukeprocessinstruments.com

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