• SoundSight™ technology
  • Reduce leak detection time
  • Improve reliability in your production line



Leaks in compressed air, gas and vacuum systems hit both production uptime and the operations line. With this sonic industrial imager your maintenance team can quickly pinpoint the location of compressed air and vacuum leaks. With minimal training, your maintenance technicians can begin checking for air leaks during their typical maintenance routine – even during peak operation hours.

This industrial imager offers a way to locate issues using sound, and it is an intuitive, simple to use tool that can isolate the frequency of leaks or vacuums, even in extremely noisy production environments. 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. A Sound Map™ is displayed in color over a visual image allowing for easy visual location. With the full array of microphones, it is easy to scan a large area and even capture leaks from a distance.


  • Sound-based detection with ultrasonic range: Non-dependent on ambient or air/gas temperatures and useful even in loud noise conditions
  • Detects any type of leak, including gas, air, steam, or vacuum
  • Intuitive interface: Train team in matter of minutes; first-time users can find leaks within minutes
  • Compressed air single most expensive energy source across all factory types
  • According to US DOE study, compressed-air leaks account for 20% to 30% of total produced capacity in average facility
  • Do more with existing air compressors and delay capital expense of installing new or additional ones
  • Inspect 5 to 10 times faster by spotting leaks on-screen via live image
  • Visualization of leaks means reducing leak detection time and validating subsequent repairs in real-time
  • Ensure proper air pressure to your pneumatic equipment
  • Improve reliability in production lines
  • Report leaks by tagging pictures of exact locations
  • Make leak detection part of regular maintenance routines
  • Acoustic imaging: Blended live Sound Map™ with visual image
  • Sensitivity: Detects 0.005 CFM leak at 100PSI from up to 32.8 feet (depending on ambient conditions)
  • Frequency range: 2kHz to 52kHz
  • Maximum operating distance: Up to 164 feet (50 meters) (depending on ambient conditions)
  • # of microphones: 64 digital MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems) microphones
  • Display: 7 inch 1280 x 800 LCD with capacitive touchscreen


  • Hospitals
  • Power plants
  • Transportation
  • Material handling
  • Oil & gas and mining – refineries, oil rigs, gas processing, and mines
  • Process manufacturing – F&B, chemical, pharma, glass, cement, pulp and paper
  • Discrete manufacturing – automotive, heavy machinery, fabricated metal, plastics, and electronics
# of microphones 64 digital MEMS microphones
Frequency band 2 kHz to 52 kHz
Sound pressure sensitivity Detects a 0.005 CFM leak at 100PSI from up to 32.8 feet
(Detects a 2.5 cm3/sec leak at 7 bar from up to 10 meters)
Operation distance range 0.5 to > 50 meters (1.6 to > 164 feet)
Field of View 63 ° ± 5 °
Minimum Frame Rate 12.5 FPS
Built-in digital camera (visible light)
Field of View (FOV) 63 ° ± 5 °
Focus Fixed lens
Display 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 with the capacity for 999 picture files or 20 video files
Image format Blended visual and SoundMap™.JPG or .PNG
Video format Blended visual and SoundMap™.MP4
Video length 30 seconds
Digital export USB-C for data transfer
Acoustic Measurements
Measurement range 29.7 dB to 120 dB SPL at 2kHz 16 dB to 106.3 dB SPL (± 1 dB) at 19 kHz 21.4 dB to 117 dB SPL (± 1 dB) at 52 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) Rechargeable Li-ion, Fluke BP291
Battery life 6 hours (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 35 °C (32 °F to 95 °F)
Storage Temperature -20 °C to 70 °C (-4 °F to 158 °F)
Relative humidity 10 % to 95 % non-condensing
Size (H x W x L) 186 mm x 322 mm x 68 mm
Weight (battery included) 1.7 kg (3.75 pounds)
Main unit rating IP40 protection against particles 1mm or greater and dripping water
Sensor head rating IP51
Warranty 2 year
Self-diagnostic notification Array-health test to identify when microphone array needs attention
Supported languages Dutch, English, Finish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
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
Korea (KCC) Class A Equipment (Industrial Broadcasting & Communication)
USA (FCC) 47 CFR 15 subpart B. This product is considered an exempt device per clause 15.103.


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