Thermal Imager testo 885

 
thermal imager camera testo 885 testo 885 - the high-resolution thermal imager with panoramic image recognition technology and site

The thermal imager testo 885 in new design camcorder offers even the most demanding high-resolution infrared user image quality and excellent thermal sensitivity. The newly developed ergonomics with a rotatable handle, fold-out and rotatable display as well as intuitive operation (via joystick or touchscreen) Guarantees optimum usability in every measurement task. The high-resolution 320 x 240 pixel detector, combined with the excellent thermal sensitivity <30 mK provides sharp focus images.

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super-resolution testo 885: Thermography now with high-resolution Super Resolution technology

With the optionally available Super-resolution technology, you improve the infrared image quality of the testo 885 by one class in no time. Four times more measurement values ??and a geometric resolution of the infrared image improved by a factor of 6.1 means for you: higher-resolution images (640 x 480 pixels), excellent thermal sensitivity (<30 mK) and even more reliability in your measurement.

 
Innovative Features Of The testo 885
 
thermography panorama image assistant Analyze large objects in a thermal image - thermography with the panorama image assistant

It is actually not possible to thermograph very large objects with one image, if one can not move far enough away from the object. Several images are the only solution. However, in order not to have to administer, view and compare several infrared images, but to be able to analyze and document the entire object at a glance, there is now the assistant in the panorama image testo 885th It simply stitches several individual high-resolution thermal images together to one total view.

 
thermography site recognition technology Thermography with automatic allocation SiteRecognition technology
Many similar measurement objects mean many similar thermal images. Previously, in order to be able to allocate these infrared images clearly to the different measurement sites, users needed to keep complex lists, or add a voice comment to each individual thermal image. A patent-pending innovation in testo 885 now solves these problems: with Testo SiteRecognition technology, measurement sites are automatically recognized and the resulting thermal images correctly archived. This allows periodical inspection tours to be conducted efficiently.
 
 
The advantages of the thermal imager testo 885
Overview of variants
Set thermal imager testo 885-2
 
The advantages of the thermal imager testo 885
 
Detector size 320 x 240 pixels
With 76.800 temperature measurement points, the measurement objects are detected in excellent image quality, very clearly and precisely.
 
super-resolution technology SuperResolution technology (to 640 x 480 pixels)
SuperResolution technology improves the image quality by one class, i.e. the resolution of the thermal images is four times higher.
 
thermal sensitivity Thermal sensitivity < 30 mK
Thanks to an excellent temperature resolution of < 30 mK, even the smallest temperature differences are visible.
 
Large field of view thanks to 30 lens
With the 30 standard lens, large image sections are immediately recognized, and the temperature distribution of the measurement object recorded at a glance.
 
 Panorama image assistant Panorama image assistant
For large measurement objects, the panorama image assistant allows the analysis and documentation of a total image stitched together from many individual images. There is no need to administer, view and compare several images.
 
Site-recognition technology SiteRecognition technology
For repetitive thermography of similar measurement objects, the SiteRecognition technology offers the direct recognition, allocation and archiving of the measurement sites, as well as the automatic allocation and archiving of the the thermal images.
 
High temperature up to 1200C
With the high temperature option, the measuring range can be flexibly extended up to 1200 C
 
Special measurement mode Lens protection glass auto focus
Special measurement mode for detecting areas with danger of mould Lens protection glass Auto focus
digital camera infrared image voice recording
Built-in digital camera with power LEDs USB video measurement with up to 3 measurement points Voice recording using headset
 
 
Overview of variants
 
testo thermal imager 885
Features testo 885-1 testo 885-2 testo 885-2 Set
Detector 320 x 240 pixels
Thermal sensitivity (NETD) < 30 mK
Image refresh rate 33 Hz*
Temperature range -20 ... 350 C
SuperResolution true true true
Exchangeable telephoto lens 11 x 9 true true true
Auto focus true true true
High temperature measurement up to 1.200C true true true
SiteRecognition (measurement site recognition with image management) true true true
Laser marker** true true true
Display of surface moisture (via manual input) true true true
Humidity measurement with wireless humidity probe*** (automatic measurement value transfer in real time) true true true
Voice recording using the headset**** true true true
Solar mode true true true
Lens protection glass true true true
Additional battery true true true
Fast battery charger true true true
 
 
optional
included in delivery
not available
 
  * inside the EU, outside 9 Hz
** except USA, China and Japan
*** Wireless humidity probes only in the EU, Norway, Switzerland, USA, Canada, Colombia, Turkey, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, New Zealand, Indonesia
**** Bluetooth only in the EU, Norway, Switzerland, USA, Canada, Colombia, Turkey, Japan, Russia, Ukraine, India, Australia
 
  < Download detailed technical data for the thermal imager testo 885
 
testo thermal imager 885 set
In addition to the equipment of the testo 885-2, the testo 885-2 set also includes:
 
Telephoto lens
Lens case
Lens protection glass
Additional battery
Fast battery charger
 
 
 
 

 

The thermal imager testo 870 was specially developed for your applications, in cooperation with heating constructors, building contractors, service engineers and facility management specialists – for example for detecting leakages, localizing cold bridges or visualizing overheated connections.