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IR window allows infrared inspection

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:IR window? infrared inspections? thermal imaging programs?

Fluke Corp. has launched the CLV IR Window, a three-inch indoor IR window that lets electricians perform NFPA 70E compliant infrared inspections without opening panel doors or powering down equipment.

According to Fluke, the CLV allows infrared measurements on equipment up to 600V in industrial, plant, power generation, hospital, petrochemical and commercial building environments.

Fluke added that its latest CLV product enables companies to expand their thermal imaging programs into areas previously thought to be unworthy of the large investment such as those with lower voltage equipment which are said to also have significant danger of arc flash.

Further, Fluke said the IR Windows also make NFPA 70E compliance easier because measurements can be taken much more quickly, easily and more frequently without compromising worker safety.

The UL 50V and 1558-certified CLV features CLIRVU technology, which provides clear, unobstructed visual and IR inspections, said Fluke. Their Kwik Twist cover magnetically sticks to the panel when removed and the window's identification plate provides unique, onsite numbering for rapid location confirmation and faster repairs.

According to Fluke, all Fluke IR Windows are supplied complete, assembled and ready for installation. Each carton contains an installation CD with an installation video, self-adhesive drilling template, security access key and warranty statement.

The price of the Fluke CLV IR Window in the United States is $225.

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