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Caméra thermique Fluke FLK-TIS10 9HZ -20 à +250 °C 80 x 60 pix 9 Hz
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Vente interdite aux mineurs. L'abus d'alcool est dangereux pour la santé. A consommer avec modération. Les caméras thermiques TiS65, TiS60, TiS55, TiS50, TiS45, TiS40, TiS20 et TiS10 constituent la nouvelle génération de caméras thermiques Fluke de la série Performance : jusqu'à 2,5 fois plus de pixels par rapport aux modèles précédents, des fonctions qui vous aideront à identifier rapidement et facilement les problèmes avant la survenue de pannes. Résolution plus élevée. Meilleure qualité d'image. Plus grande netteté. Analyse plus rapide. Options de mise au point innovantes : gérez les images à partir de n'importe quel endroit grâce à la fonction Fluke Connect.Champ de vision (FOV) : 35,7° x 26,8 °Dimensions produit, hauteur : 267 mmDimensions produit, largeur : 101 mmDimensions produit, longueur : 145 mmFréquence de rafraîchissement de l'image : 9 HzMatrice bolométrique : 80 x 60 pixMise au point : focale fixeNombre de palettes de couleurs : 3Plage de mesure thermométrique (max.) : +250 °CPlage de mesure thermométrique (min.) : -20 °CPoids : 1900 gPrécision de base (plus/moins) : 2 %Précision de base (plus/moins) Â°C : 2 °CRésolution géométrique (IFOV) : 7.8 mradRésolution écran : 80 x 60 pixType (type fabricant) : FLK-TIS10 9HZType de technique de mesure de température (catégorisation) : Caméra thermique
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My guess is that if you're shopping for the TiS20, you're doing it for a work environment and aren't just shopping for a hobbyist tool. However, if you are just looking for something for around the house or light duty work, I truly think that the FLIR One is the best value out there right now - decent IR resolution at 80x60, better IR/visual image blending and alignment than this model, and first-rate free software. For a work site, the One might be great if you don't need something super rugged...but rugged construction is where Fluke tends to shine. I do suggest also checking out the FLIR C2 camera, which also has rugged construction at a much lower cost, but it does have less IR resolution (80x60) than this model and doesn't have all of the options (like WiFi) that you get with the TIS20.
While I sincerely applaud and appreciate the build quality of this Fluke, as well as the connectivity options, I struggle to justify the price of this model even for a work environment. Fundamentally, that comes down to the combination of IR resolution and limited "IR-Fusion" capability. 120x90 actually isn't bad these days for an uncooled IR sensor, and the IR/visual blending isn't horrible...but the lack of manual focus and limited blending options limit the usefulness of this unit. The TIS20 has good options to transfer data off of it, including wired and wireless, and the software is pretty good (although for Windows only, as there is no Mac version like FLIR offers).
(*) Quality of the IR Images: 4 Stars. Overall good images, with the convenient spectrum bar on the side and point measurement with crosshairs. Images suffer from the same sort of "noise" that other uncooled sensors in this price range have, so I don't knock if for having it, but I mention it so that you're prepared. There is no manual focus on this model, and the listed minimum focal length is about half a foot. When trying to view objects closer up, that becomes noticeable. Viewing images from a distance, like checking out temperature gradients in a wall, works really well. Checking out hots spots in electronics is more difficult with the lack of focus. The temperature range is quite good, though, at -4 to 662 degrees F (or -20 to 350 degrees C). That temperature range is great for electronics, as well as a lot of construction and industrial use.
(*) IR/Visual Blending ("IR-Fusion"): 3 Stars. This rating is based on how well it blends the images, and also how well you can adjust the alignment of the IR and visual images. If you've never seen this done before, the TIS20 will be very impressive. However, less expensive models like FLIR's One and C2 units do it better, IMO. First, advertising three IR-Fusion presets is true, but misleading if you ask me. Because my FLIR units either turn the blending on or off (and FLIR calls it "MSX" technology), I thought it was cool that this unit could adjust the level of blend. Well, no, it can't. Fluke counts 100% IR and 100% visual images as two of those presets, meaning that there is only one blended image option, and that is 50% IR and 50% visual. I think that FLIR's MSX does a better job of showing the outlines of objects while letting the thermal image be more pronounced. With the TIS20, the visual content is so high that it can wash out some of the thermal data. I used this side by side with my C2, and I always preferred the blending on the C2. Next is the limited ability to align the IR and visual images (their are two separate sensors, and you need to align them in order for the two images to overlap correctly). The TIS20 lets you adjust the alignment (they call is parallax) with more precision than the C2 does (it has preset distances that you select), but it suffers from the same issue as the C2 in that you can't align images that are very close to the unit. For example, if you want to get up close to a circuit board, fuse, or anything else, you won't be able to align the two images if you're closer than ~3 feet. FLIR's One is far superior in this area, with a nice slider bar on the app to let you fine tune alignment at closer distances. I docked the C2 on the alignment, and I do the same for the TIS20.
(*) Ease of Transferring Images: 4 Stars. No major problems here for Windows users or those with iOS/Android devices, as you can do it either over USB or WiFi. Fluke offers their Fluke Connect app for iOS and Android devices, and they offer both free and purchased software for Windows-based computers. Plus, if you use an optional micro SD memory card, you can just pull that out and transfer files to a computer.
(*) Available Software: 4 Stars (0 Stars for Mac users). I have to admit up front that I haven't delved into their software fully, so my rating is based on my initial use of it. I really like FLIR's free software, but I don't have anything against Fluke's software...except that I usually use a Mac at home and Fluke doesn't offer a Mac version. FLIR does, which makes FLIR's software easier for me to use. You can download either version for free from their websites to check out before buying, and I know that at least FLIR has some sample images that you can manipulate to try out the features. FLIR's Mac version isn't quite as capable as their Windows version, but it's close.
(*) Workplace Suitability: 5 Stars. This is where Fluke really shines. Truly. This is absolutely a robust design that should hold up very well to the rigors of everyday use by folks who don't baby their gear. As someone who does, I admit that I wouldn't hand my One to just anybody that I work with. However, I wouldn't hesitate to hand the TIS20 or C2 to folks at work, with the TIS20 being the most robust of all of them. The flip-up lens cover is a big bonus for a work site, and something that I was shocked that the FLIR C2 doesn't have. Battery life is also very good. I haven't drained the battery fully as I tend to charge it up when it gets to about half charge, so I can't speak to just how long you'll get, but I can say it's going to be a good chunk of time. The battery stick fills up the bulk of the handle, and you can also get spares because the battery slides right out (and that is not on option with the C2). The one thing about the battery that I don't prefer is that the TIS20 uses a normal charging plug versus the micro USB charging used on the FLIR C2, so you need to have the included charger. So, you need to deal with the custom charger, but otherwise this thing is a champ for use at work.
Some General Likes:
(*) Build quality - just fantastic
(*) Battery - you can swap it out, and it lasts a good while
(*) Screen quality - I may not love their IR/visual blending, but the screen quality is very nice on this unit
(*) Connectivity options - wired and wireless, to a Windows computer or iOS/Android device
(*) Memory storage - the internal 4GB of memory can store quite a few images, and you can add an optional micro SD card
Some General Annoyances:
(*) The black trigger gets in the way and does nothing. Fluke kept the same external hardware design for a number of models in this line, but the TIS20 is a "lower" model that doesn't have all of the features. One is the laser pointer, which is what the black trigger is for. So, while that trigger is there and can be the one that your finger naturally hits first, it doesn't do anything...but get in the way.
(*) Related to the above, the fact that they removed a <$10 laser pointer from a $1700 unit - but left the trigger and hole for the laser in the design - is baffling to me.
(*) No light. The C2 comes with a light that you can turn on to let you do the IR/visual blending in a dark area, but the TIS20 does not. I was trying to image some electronics in a computer case, and I had to go get some external lighting to get the visual portion to show up very well on the TIS20. Fluke should have included a light on a unit meant for general use because you can't always count on having great lighting.
So, I'd give it four stars if it was less expensive. The inferior (to FLIR) image blending, lack of a light (and laser pointer, but that's less important to me), inability to align IR and visual images at closer ranges, lack of software options for Mac computers, and inclusion of a trigger that does nothing would bump it down even if it cost the same as the C2. I gave the C2 four stars because of some limitation, too. Even though the TIS20 is a bit more robust than the C2, has WiFi options, and has a slightly higher IR resolution, I don't think it's anywhere near worth an extra $1000 - and that's why I give it three stars overall.
My one criticism is that is will not detect any sd card I insert. I am hoping this will be addressed by a future firmware update. The documentation makes it look like it say it will support a card 4GB and up, however if I can find a 4gb card i will try it, because I suspect they might mean it only supports a 4GB card. Which would just be silly. Still that is a minor inconvenience. Fluke has always made good networking tools and I am impressed by the quality of this camera as well.