Raytek has enhanced its ThermoView Ti30 thermal imager, making it easier for beginners to achieve professional results.
This inspection system is designed specifically for predictive and preventive maintenance.
Along with a new temperature range of -10 to +250°C, the enhancements focus on the Windows-based InsideIR analysis and reporting software included with the Ti30.
The latest version allows more flexibility to choose how temperature data contained within thermal images is viewed, enabling complete report creation and making the Ti30 a tool for predictive maintenance routing.
Up to 100 thermal images collected during an inspection and downloaded to a PC can adjusted and labelled using the software.
Images can then be archived or exported, complete with temperature data, as a zipped file for emailing to other Ti30 users.
Recipients can make further adjustments to the images, such as changing emissivity and reflected temperature values, or change viewing preferences using the same InsideIR software.
With the ability to click on an image and see point temperatures, users can overlay a temperature grid onto the entire image to display average temperatures for each segment or view the minimum, maximum and average temperatures of an individually selected area.
The images from previous inspections, complete with location names and temperature data, can be uploaded for use as a quick routing guide when checking repairs or for routine checks of critical equipment.
Users are prompted in the display exactly where to make their inspections. The new images can then be compared to previous ones of the same location using the software.
Other enhancements include greater ease in creating thermographic reports, the ability to incorporate customer logos and digital photographs of the inspection, and easy export of the data into common file formats.
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