Not just tested, Torture Tested™
Before a Fluke goes into your hands, we drop it from ours. Only Fluke thermal imagers are built to withstand a 6.5’ drop. Fluke conducts 8 tests before a thermal imager earns the name Fluke.
- Drop packaged product on each face, corner, and edge (8 corners, 6 sides, 12 edges) from approximately one meter onto a steel base.
- Drop the unpackaged unit from 2 meters; 6 drops on each face of the unpackaged unit.
- Subject the unit to extensive vibration for 30 minutes, (10Hz-500 Hz, at 0.03 g2/Hz – equivalent to ~4.8 g rms) on three perpendicular axes.
- Bombard the unit with electromagnetic fields and radio frequency emissions per EN61326-1:2006 to see if the readings change.
- Spray the unit with water at 10 liters/minute with a pressure of 100 kN/m2 and also test sealed joints from dust ingress.
- Run the product at temperatures down to -10°C and up to 50°C and verify that the product operates within specifications.
- Run the product and add humidity, up to 95% at up to 40°C, and run the test again.
- Simulate sending the unit 12,000 meters (7 miles) in altitude and verify that the product still functions properly.
How’s your comfort level in thermography?
(The above comments represent my opinion).
Rod Hoff / Restoration Consultants Inc
Thermography Instructor / IR camera sales
3284 Ramos Circle, Sacramento CA 95827
toll free 888-617-3266 ext 301
Provider of Fluke TiS, TiR, TiR1, Ti, Ti25, TiR27, Ti27, TiR29, Ti29, TiR32, Ti32, TiR3, and TiR4 infrared cameras.
See DEMO www.moistureview.com/demo.html