Fluke RSE300 and RSE600 Fixed-Mount Infrared Cameras easily integrate infrared data, images, and videos
The new videoscope probes are IP68 rated to stand up to the dirtiest, harshest industrial work environments
Everett, Wash., Mar 20, 2018 – For precise research, science, and engineering applications, just seeing heat is not enough — it needs to be measured and analyzed as well. The new Fluke® RSE300 and RSE600 Infrared Cameras are the first fully-radiometric, fixed-mount cameras from Fluke with advanced features including MATLAB® and LabVIEW® software plug-ins to easily analyze thermal data.
The RSE300 and RSE600 cameras continuously stream up-to-60 frames of data per second, allowing for detailed monitoring of temperature patterns and variances. With the included SmartView® desktop software, users can remotely focus the camera, auto-capture images, adjust level and span, and analyze infrared videos frame-by-frame. The software also makes it easy to edit images, generate customized reports, and export images to multiple formats to share thermal data quickly.
With the RSE300 and RSE600 users can:
- Improve thermal analysis — thermal data from the infrared cameras can be pulled directly into MATLAB and LabVIEW, allowing users to statistically analyze and trend information.
- Identify heat buildup and dissipation — the cameras capture up to 640 x 480 resolution thermal/radiometric images and video to continuously identify heat buildup, as heat management becomes a priority in product development and testing.
- Easily test and troubleshoot — the cameras give users the flexibility to strategically mount the unit anywhere there is an electrical connection, remotely focus the camera, and transmit data and images to PC. Semi-fix the cameras to set up easily repeatable thermal experiments to troubleshoot and improve first pass quality.
The rugged cameras are IP65 rated so they can be mounted outside in harsh environments. There are optional 2x and 4x telephoto, wide, and macro lenses to customize for any measurement application. An optional mounting bracket is also available for camera use at workstations.