The brand-new technology-led electronic engineering facility residing in the £20m Beatrice Shilling Building, named after the pioneering British aeronautical engineer and motor racer, is the home of these new teaching and advanced research laboratories. Sponsored by Tektronix, the laboratory enables instructors, lab managers and students to focus on gaining the critical hands-on skills they need to excel in the real world.
When diagnosing problems, capturing and displaying small temperature variances makes all the difference. COMTEST is offering Fluke’s Ti401 and TiX501 PRO series thermal cameras, recently fine-tuned to make it easier for technicians, engineers, and electricians to get to the problem’s root cause faster by identifying hot spots, cold spots, and apparent surface temperature differentials with a higher degree of confidence. These IR cameras have increased thermal sensitivity to capture minute differences and the latest Fluke technology for on-screen clarity to make it easy to visualize issues in the field.