Using the Harpenden Thermal Imaging Camera

Online resources for Harpenden Thermal Imaging Camera

You can download a short guide to using the Harpenden thermal imaging camera here

This is TSA’s own in-house guide about how to use the camera, written by people like you using it to track heat loss in their homes. Includes: how to use the camera; what might the camera show me? what can I do to reduce the heat loss I have found?


Here is the Harpenden Thermal Imaging Camera Loan Form which you need to bring with you when you borrow the Harpenden camera.

When you have borrowed the camera, we would be grateful if you could complete a short on-line survey  here  to give us feedback.  Your feedback helps us develop the user guide for future users.    Alternatively there is a feedback from here –  Thermal Imaging Camera Feedback Survey – that you can download, print out and return with the camera.

Fluke Camera Manual

The Harpenden Camera is a Ti105, the manual for the camera can be downloaded from the Fluke Website Fluke Ti105 page.  A print out is included with the camera.


You might find that looking at the photos on the camera are enough for you to identify what needs doing to your house to improve heat loss. However, if you want to keep your photographs, you can use various methods to transfer the photos from the camera to your own computer or device.

The Fluke Camera takes an SD memory card like many other digital cameras.  We provide a USB SD card reader so that you can copy the picture to your laptop or computer. You can also put your own SD card into the camera before taking photographs

You can also use the Fluke Connect app to view pictures on your phone or tablet.  You will need to download the free app from ITunes or the App Store and connect your phone to the camera’s wifi to transfer the images.  The Fluke connect software is also free to download to your PC click  here.  These options are not recommended unless you are tech savvy!