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    Fluke Ti9 Thermal Imager

    I've seen mention of these imagers here on the forum before, so thought this may be of interest. Got the following on e-mail from RS this morning :

    Due to popular demand we are re-introducing this amazing offer!

    Simply click here and answer a few questions: you’ll then receive a promo code and the Fluke Ti9 Thermal Imager can be yours at an incredible price.

    Normal price: R 46,510.12
    Promo price: R 33,999.00
    Total discount: 26.9%

    Product features include:

    • 160 x 120 resolution shows all the essential details

    • Resists dust and water and withstands a drop test of 2 meters

    • Helps extend equipment lifetime and prevent electrical fires

    • Stores more than 3,000 screen images (.BMP format) on a 2GB SD card

    The Fluke Ti9 is supplied with: Fluke SmartView™ analysis and reporting software, 2GB SD card, SD card reader, hard carry case and portable soft carry case, hand strap, training DVD, rechargeable battery, AC charger / power supply and user manual.

    Offer valid until 31st July 2011, so act NOW!
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    You had me looking at what Flir might be up to.

    At 995 Euros for a Flir i3 nowadays we're not that far away from being able to have an infrared camera in every sparky's toolbox. Obviously it's not the same product as the higher spec'd models and I wouldn't suggest using it for predictive maintenance inspections or serious in-depth analysis. But when it comes to finding hot joints, overloaded wiring etc. on the fly in domestic installations - it's viable.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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