• ii900
  • 5075603
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Features

  • Detects 0.005 CFM leak at 100PSI from up to 32.8 feet
  • 164ft (50m) maximum distance
  • 7" LCD touchscreen
  • 999 pictures and 20 videos fit in internal memory
  • USB-C for data transfer
  • Weighs 3.75 lbs
  • 2-year warranty
  • RoHS compliant
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What's in the Box

  • Imager
  • AC power supply and battery pack charger
  • Two rechargeable lithium-ion smart battery packs
  • USB cable
  • Hard carrying case
  • Two rubber array covers
  • Adjustable hand strap and neck strap

The Fluke ii900 Sonic Industrial Imager is a leak detector designed for production facilities that rely on compressed air. With minimal training, maintenance teams can inspect for air and vacuum leaks, even during peak production periods since background noise can be filtered. Equipped with a 64-microphone array the ii900 Sonic Imager has the ability to easily isolate sound frequency from 2kHz to 52kHz. The 7" LCD touchscreen overlays a sound map on a visual image allowing for easy visual location. Validate repairs on the spot, reduce the time needed to find leaks, improve reliability in your production line, and reduce your energy bill.

A leak location is determined by discerning the direction from which a sound originates by the time delays that occur as the sound passes over an array of microphones. With the full array of microphones on the Fluke ii900, it is easy to scan a large area and capture leaks from a distance. The capacitive touchscreen is extremely precise and quick responding at 12.5 screens per second.

Applications

Pneumatic tools, manifold air lines, pressure regulators, compression fittings, compressed air, vacuum leaks, hydraulic leaks, airline leaks, quick connector leaks, air hoses, air hose connections, air hose couplings, air hose o-rings, high pressure air lines, thread sealants, control valves, shut-off valves, seals and gaskets, leaking food pedals, pneumatic cylinders, and gas leaks.