Measuring technology supplier Testo has released its thermal imager testo 883.
“This thermal imager, which offers the best image quality and automatic image management, was developed and manufactured entirely in Germany, and greatly reduces the day-to-day workload of those who specialise in the efficient operation of plants,” the company says.
The testo 883 thermal imager offers an infrared resolution of 320×240 pixels, which can even be expanded to 640×480 pixels with the built-in testo SuperResolution technology. Testo says the manual focus guarantees users full control of the thermal image.
Testo says its SiteRecognition technology solves the problem of similar-looking images by automatically recognising the measuring location and saving and managing the thermal images.
“This rules out any mix-ups, prevents errors during evaluation, and saves a lot of time by eliminating the need for manual image assignment,” the company says.
“The testo 883 thermal imager integrates seamlessly into Testo’s digital measuring technology portfolio. With the testo Thermography App, thermal images can be quickly analysed on a smartphone/tablet or shared with colleagues and managers. Readings from the testo 770-3 clamp meter are also integrated directly into the thermal image.”
The testo 883 thermal imager is available now on its own or in a kit with telephoto lens, additional battery and charging station, from specialist dealers and also directly from Testo.