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Fluke TI450 vs FLIR GF320 for SF6 gas detection.

Fluke TI450 vs FLIR GF320 for SF6 gas detection.

Fluke TI450 vs FLIR GF320 for SF6 gas detection.

Aside from the obvious price difference, can someone who has knowledge of one or both of these instruments give me an overview of their thoughts on the products? My main concern is accuracy and ease of locating SF6 gas leaks in electrical equipment. How good are these products at pinpointing the exact location of the leak, and how good are they at locating the leak with even a minimal leak occurrence?

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