The new Fluke ii910 Precision Acoustic Camera uniquely detects partial and corona discharges from a safe distance of up to 120 meters. Teams can work safely, minimizing the risk of fire and helping to reduce breakdowns. The Fluke ii910 also offers greater sensitivity for detecting compressed air, gas and vacuum leaks, reducing downtime costs of up to €1,000 per minute.
Detecting electrical discharges or checking for leaks can be carried out as part of a regular maintenance routine. The portable camera enables users to quickly and visually pinpoint the location of faults from a safe distance, and record the data for later analysis. Even small, low-pressure or low-density leaks are now easily detected. The intuitive operation of this robust camera means no training is required. It's easy to learn and use. The direct, intuitive interface enables technicians to isolate the sound frequency of the leak and filter out background noise, even in the noisiest environments.
Fast, visual detection of leaks and discharges
The Fluke ii910's rugged, portable case features a seven-inch LCD touchscreen that superimposes a SoundMap image over a visual image for rapid identification of discharges or leaks between frequencies of 2 to 100 kHz. The range of microphones converts ultrasound into clear visual images on the backlit touchscreen. Captured data can be transferred directly to a PC via an integrated USB-C port. From there, the data can be uploaded to the Machine Learning PDQ mode reporting platform. The most important information on the partial discharge will be provided, including identification of the type of partial discharge. The ii910 can also record 5-minute videos and has a battery life of at least 6 hours.
Innovative Fluke SoundSight technology now makes it easy to locate corona and partial discharges. For technicians working with high voltages in power generation and transmission, and high-voltage industrial equipment, the Fluke ii910 camera offers more sophisticated detection than standard ultrasonic tools, as well as the visual performance of more expensive UV cameras. It detects, locates and provides visual reports as well as an assessment of the severity of partial and corona discharges. Production site technicians can isolate the sound frequency of the leak and filter out background noise, even in the noisiest environments.
Industrial maintenance technicians can identify leaks from a safe distance much more quickly than with traditional diagnostic methods, even during peak periods.
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