As we know, while capturing image from the camera we select different display modes depending on our requirement. Here in this article we are going to explain to you different display modes of Fluke Ti55ft infrared camera. For its brief introduction you may follow Fluke Ti55ft infrared camera IR Fusion technology.
Display modes of the FlukeTi55ft infrared camera
The FlukeTi55ft infrared camera with IR fusion technology can operate in five display modes:
(i) Picture in Picture mode:
(ii) Full – Screen mode:
(iii) Color-Alarm mode:
(a) Absolute Range:
(b) Hot Threshold Mode:
(c) Cold Threshold mode:
(iv) Alpha bending display mode:
In this mode, we can combine the ratio of transparency & opaqueness of two images to create a single image with enhanced detail. The following conditions are:
- If Alpha bending = Maximum, then the first image is opaque and the second image is transparent as written on the display.
- If Alpha bending = 0, then the first image is transparent and the second image is opaque as written on the display.
(v) Full visible light mode:
Note: In any of the first four modes explained above you can easily record temperature and can be displayed in the infrared portion of the image.
For Fluke Ti55ft infrared camera functions and operating modes click here: Functions and operating modes.
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