Fluke announces the RSE300 and RSE600 infrared cameras

  Fluke Announces RSE300 and RSE600 Infrared Cameras

23. May 2018 – For accurate research, science, and engineering applications, it's not enough to see heat. The Fluke RSE300 and RSE600 infrared cameras are fully radiometric, fixed mount cameras with features such as MATLAB and LabVIEW software plug-ins for analyzing thermal data.

The RSE300 and RSE600 cameras continuously stream up to 60 frames per second for detailed monitoring of temperature patterns and deviations. With included SmartView Desktop software, users can remotely focus on the camera, take pictures automatically, adjust levels and margins, and analyze infrared videos frame-by-frame. The software also allows users to edit images, create custom reports, and export images to multiple formats to quickly share thermal data.

With the RSE300 and RSE600 users can:

  • Identify heat build-up and heat loss – the cameras capture thermal and radiometric images and videos at resolutions up to 640 x 480 to continuously detect heat buildup Thermal management in product development and testing has priority.
  • Testing and Troubleshooting – The cameras can be mounted anywhere electrical connection, remote focus of the camera and transfer of data and images to the PC. Semi-fix the cameras to set up repeatable thermal experiments to improve the quality of the first pass.

The cameras are IP65 rated so they can be mounted in harsh environments. There are optional 2x and 4x telephoto lenses, wide-angle lenses and macro lenses that can be customized for any measurement application. An optional mounting bracket is also available for camera use at workstations.

Please send us your request with full details via the following link to supply your equipment in the fields of power, instrumentation and industrial computers. We will try to respond to you as soon as possible.

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