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Read our primer article on Infrared Thermography.

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Well depending on your companies budget and what it is you are actually looking at a thermal camera is only as good as the training you get before using the camera. Here at NASA we use our thermal camera to help spot troubling hot spots in most all of our electrical panels our overhead incoming power through our substations and backing up our mechanics when they think steam traps are bad. Those are just some of the uses we have with our cameras. We use the Fluke Ti-20 for our entry level users until they can show a proficient use of the camera and making the correct presumptions on what they are finding. once they graduate from the ti-20 then we let them step up to the Fluke TI-55. This is our main use camera and it gets allot of use. we have used some Flir products in the past and they are good, but for our budget and " bang for the buck" the Fluke product line has been our main stay.

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