Electrical station equipment, including circuit breakers and transformers, switches and transforms high currents and voltages. This switching of high voltages poses a risk to production and safety due to the formation of electrical arcs. SF6 gas is used for insulation purposes for these equipments. Indeed, this greenhouse gas is a more effective solution to insulation such as air or oil. However, as a potent greenhouse gas, it is crucial to ensure that leaks, when they occur, are detected and treated properly.
Fluke's new Ti450 SF6 gas leak detector combines a high-quality infrared camera with an SF6 leak detector, which signals the location of SF6 leaks without switching off equipment.
The new Fluke TI450 SF6 gas leak detector is equipped with exclusive features:
- Detects the location of an SF6 leak without switching off equipment
- Resolution 320 x 240 for gas and infrared images; SuperResolution mode increases the resolution to 640 x 480, only in infrared mode.
- Sharp images in infrared and gas modes at the touch of a button with LaserSharp automatic focus.
- Connecting the wireless camera to the Fluke Connect system to make faster decisions.
The Ti450 SF6 can be integrated into the routine work of maintenance teams, allowing them to perform infrared inspections to detect gas leaks, anywhere, anytime:
- No pens or notebooks needed:
- IR-PhotoNotes annotation system: captures digital images of equipment information, such as serial numbers and environmental conditions.
- Save any additional remarks through voice comments and back up with the image.
- Compatible with smart lenses that don't require calibration when swapped between compatible cameras.
- Optimizing images, analytics and quickly generating customizable reports and exporting images to the format of your choice with SmartView computer software provided when you buy.
- Captures clear and accurate infrared images across the field of view with MultiSharp focus.
- Compact and lightweight, it fits easily in a toolbox
The Ti450 SF6, with its pistol handle, makes it easy to diagnose problems, even in hard-to-reach locations or high up. Technicians can control leaks more frequently, allowing maintenance operations to be planned at the most opportune time, avoiding unforeseen downtime.