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DISCOVER | Fluke's range of Thermal Cameras

Temperature can be a sign of trouble ahead. With Fluke thermal cameras you can detect issues before they become problems. Designed for everyday use, in the toughest industrial environments, Fluke offers infrared cameras for a wide range of applications. Handheld Thermal Cameras: Ideal for preventive maintenance, electrical inspections, and frontline troubleshooting 1. Troubleshooting and line inspection Compact PTi120 Pocket Thermal Camera 2. Preventive maintenance and analysis Ti300+ Thermal Camera 3. Uncooled gas leak detection Ti450SF6   Mounted Thermal Cameras: Ideal for research, science…
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LEARN | Thermal imaging for preventive maintenance and safety

Did you know that regular inspections using infrared cameras can help keep your facility’s systems running efficiently? Using thermal imagers is also a safer way to detect system failures, especially in hazardous environments. Whether you’re looking for hot or cold spots, or the apparent surface temperature of a component or target area, using infrared cameras help you find problems quickly and safely. In this article, we’re discussing the use of infrared cameras in industry for preventive maintenance and the promotion of safety. Let’s start by taking a glance at how infrared cameras work,…
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LEARN | Understanding Transient Surging

The electrical event that produces the most significant downtime is the transient. A transient is also known as a spike or surge, although, generally these terms refer loosely to the same event. Transients are high energy (with magnitudes in the thousands of volts) and short duration (with rise times in the 1 to 10 microsecond range). Since they are sub-cycle events, they should not be confused with longer duration events such as swells or temporary over-voltages. Click here to learn more about these and other power quality issues. Transients disrupt, damage or destroy electrical and electronic…
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LEARN | The Value of Partial Discharge Data

What is Partial Discharge?  A partial discharge (PD) is an electrical discharge or spark that bridges a small portion of the high voltage insulation between two conducting electrodes or a conducting electrode and earth. Partial discharge can occur at any point in the insulation system, where the electric field strength exceeds the breakdown strength of the insulating material. PD activity can have a detrimental effect on your MV and HV assets.  Click here to learn more about Partial Discharge... The Value of Partial Discharge (PD) Data The latest PD instruments and systems are extremely valuable…
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NEW | Understanding Partial Discharge

What is Partial Discharge (PD)? A partial discharge is an electrical discharge or spark that bridges a small portion of the high voltage insulation between two conducting electrodes or a conducting electrode and earth. Partial discharge can occur at any point in the insulation system, where the electric field strength exceeds the breakdown strength of the insulating material. Partial discharge can occur in voids within solid insulation, across the surface of insulating material due to contaminants or irregularities, within gas bubbles in liquid insulation or around an electrode in gas (corona…
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