- Quick and easy partial discharge detection and PD testing,
- Reduce outages and increase uptime,
- Cut costs and save energy everyday by finding and fixing PD,
- PDQ Mode to capture and analyze partial discharge
Product overview: Fluke ii910 Precision Acoustic Imager
Finally, an easy way to detect, locate and analyze partial discharge in one tool
Tired of spending too much time detecting partial discharge? Introducing the ii910 Precision Acoustic Imager, engineered to locate partial discharge, corona discharge as well as gas and vacuum leaks. The ii910 acoustic imaging camera’s groundbreaking technology is a cost efficient, safe, effective, and comfortable tool for teams who inspect and maintain power distribution and industrial high voltage equipment.
The invisible threat….now you can see
Partial discharge is a serious issue that teams monitor everyday. Whether you are scanning insulators, transformers, switch gears or high voltage powerlines you need to be sure that you spot a problem quickly and early. Partial discharge that goes unchecked can cause blackouts, fires, explosions, or death from arc flashes. In addition to the danger that this can pose to the environment and human lives, it also has a very steep price tag. Having equipment go down can cost millions of dollars per hour and studies have shown that a single data center outage could cost as much as $8,851 per minute. On top of this, the Department of Energy estimated that outages cost the US economy $150 billion annually.
Key areas to scan for PD
- High voltage powerlines
- Switch gears
- High voltage coils
Find it quickly, find it easily with no training
The ii910 is truly designed so that anyone can use it with little to no training. Tear up those certifications because you don’t need one to operate this tool. Simply turn on the ii910 with one button select your frequency range, or let the tool do that for you, and start scanning around immediately looking for PD or leaks. Once you find a concerning image of a sound you can take a video or a photo to be used later after you have added any text annotation.