Fluke ii910 Precision Acoustic Imager



  • Frequency range: 2 kHz to 100 kHz
  • Detection range: Up to 120 meters (393 feet)
  • Ideal for detecting partial discharge/corona
  • SounsSight technology gives visual rerestation of PD and leaks
  • Help prevent black outs, fires, explosions or death from arc flash
(Size: 2.7 MB)
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Warranty 1 year
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Fluke ii910 Precision Acoustic Imager

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The Fluke ii910 precision acoustic imager is designed to be a powerful, all in one tool, for the quick detection of both partial discharge as well as gas and vacuum leaks. Building on the already impressive Fluke ii900, the Fluke ii910 offers an increased frequency and detection ranges.

  • Fluke ii900
    • Frequency range: 2 kHz to 52 kHz
    • Detection range: Up to 70 meters (230 feet)*
  • Fluke ii910
    • Frequency range: 2 kHz to 100 kHz
    • Detection range: Up to 120 meters (393 feet)*

The improved frequency and detection ranges provide both additional practicality and safety benefits, as the engineer can detect more whilst being further away. It also means the device can detect PD earlier than the ii900. The Fluke ii910 can therefore be used by high voltage electricians, electrical test engineers and grid maintenance teams to scan for PD at a range of locations and devices:

  • Insulators
  • Transformers
  • High voltage powerlines
  • Switch gears
  • Arrestors
  • Busbars
  • High voltage coils
  • Breakers
  • Capacitors

The Fluke ii900 is simple to use, with image and video capture at the push of a button. The large, 7 inch screen utilises Fluke’s SoundSight technology to provide clear visual indication of even the smallest leaks or potential discharge. As a result of its simplicity, training requirements are kept to minimum, no specific training is required. Simply pick up, turn on, select your frequency range and start scanning for PD or leaks. You can even have the ii910 automatically set the frequency range for you.

The Fluke ii900 provides a cost efficient, safe, effective and comfortable means to scan for PD and leaks. Frequent monitoring is much easier as the ii900 does it all with no additional tools or accessories such as headphones required. The ii900 can even pick up reflection of sounds, meaning you don’t even need to have a direct line of sight to locate an issue.

Find and fix before flash

Safety is always Fluke’s priority. Partial discharge is a serious issue that if not monitored and identified early can lead to catastrophic consequences; such as black outs, fires, explosions or death from arc flash. The Fluke ii910 makes monitoring as simple and as safe as possible thanks to the combination of specific microphone positions and sophisticated algorithms that allows the engineer to scan areas up to 120 meters away.

Reduce downtime, lower maintenance costs.

One of the main advantages of the ii910 is that is can be used to detect issues during operating hours; without the need to shut equipment down. This also provides the engineer with a ‘real time’ view of operations and removes the lengthy process of trial and error when locating an issue. Repairs can then be carried out with minimal downtime and disruption, which in turn reduces maintenance costs. General monitoring can also be carried out more frequently thanks to the ii910’s simplicity.

Fluke ii910 full specification

Frequency band 2 kHz to 100 kHz
Detection range 0.5 to > 120 meters (1.6 to > 393 feet)
Field of View 63 ° ± 5 °
Nominal frame rate 25 FPS
Built-in digital camera (visible light)
Field of View (FOV) 63 ° ± 5 °
Focus Fixed lens
Size 7" LCD with backlight, under-sunlight readable
Resolution 1280 x 800 (1,024,000 pixels)
Touchscreen Capacitive
Acoustic image Yes, SoundMap™ image
Image storage
Storage capacity Internal memory capacity for 999 pictures and 20 video files
Image format Blended visual and SoundMap™.JPG or .PNG
Video format Blended visual and SoundMap™.MP4
Video length 5 minutes maximum
Digital export USB-C for data transfer
Acoustic Measurements
Measurement range 12.1 dB SPL to 114.6 dB SPL ±1 dB SPL 2 kHz
4.4 dB SPL to 101.2 dB SPL ±2 dB SPL 19 kHz
12.8 dB SPL to 119.2 dB SPL ±1 dB SPL 35 kHz
19.8 dB SPL to 116.1 dB SPL ±3 dB SPL 52 kHz
41.4 dB SPL to 129.0 dB SPL ±1 dB SPL 80 kHz
54.4 dB SPL to 135.5 dB SPL ±1 dB SPL 100 kHz
Auto max/min dB gain Auto or manual, user selectable
Frequency band selection User selectable through user-made presets or manual entry
Ease of use Intuitive user interface
Trend graphs Frequency and dB scale
Spot markers dB level reading at center point of the image
Batteries (field-replaceable, rechargeable) 2 x Rechargeable Li-ion, Fluke BP291
Battery life 6 hours/battery (product includes spare battery)
Battery charging time 3 hours
Battery charging system External dual-bay charger, EDBC 290
General Specifications
Standard palettes 3: Grayscale, Ironbow, Blue-Red
Operating temperature 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Storage temperature -20 °C to 70 °C (-4 °F to 158 °F) Without batteries
Relative humidity 10 % to 95 % non-condensing
Size (H x W x L) 186 x 322  x 68 mm (7.3 x 12.7 x 2.7 inches)
Weight (battery included) 1.7 kg (3.75 pounds)
Ingress Protection (IP) IP40 protection
Warranty 2 years
Self-diagnostic notification Array-health test to identify when microphone array needs attention
RoHS compliant Yes
General safety IEC 61010-1
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) International IEC 61326-1: Portable Electromagnetic Environment IEC 61326-2-2. CISPR 11: Group 1, Class A


What's included

  • FLUKE ii910 Sonic Industrial Imager
  • AC power supply and battery pack charger (including universal AC adapters)
  • Two rugged lithium ion smart battery packs
  • USB cable
  • Rugged, hard carrying case
  • Adjustable hand strap and neck strap
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