I own the Tir32. Had a Tir1 prior to that. My reports for building performance surveys are always packed with thermal images. Those images from the 32 really are stunning. One complaint, why can't Fusion/PIP be used with the wide angle lens? This is a real time consuming process because it neccesitates exporting IR and daylight pics separately into another file for use in my custom reports created in MS Publisher. (I know that SmartView will export Word based reports however, anyone knows you can go insane trying to generate reports in Word!)
This issue makes no sense to me Fusion/PIP works fine with the telephoto lens.
I own several Fluke imagers, TIR1 and TIR50. Both work well, were reasonable and are sturdy. The TIR50 is called 'the brick' for a reason. I would consider the FLIR equilavent for my next purchase as it is smaller, lighter and easier to hold for long periods. Also, the wide angle lens is better from equine scanning.
Hi Fluke! Welcome to Home Energy Pros! I read your blog about your seminars and thought it would be good for you to add them to the events calendar for the community to see. I think you'd get more exposure since the calendar appears on every page.
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