Thermal Imager - High-end

Model Number: testo 885

Product Description
The testo 885-2 is the high resolution thermal camera that finds applications in electrical and mechanical systems, high temperature measurement especially in energy intensive industries such as steel, cement, power and chemical industry.
The intuitive testo 885 with its rotating handle, fold-out display and lots of helpful functions, such as panorama image assistant and autofocus, makes it is possible to carry out both quick on-site
checks as well as comprehensive energy consultations with professional reports simply, reliably and professionally.

Find out more about all the features of the testo 885-2 high resolution thermal camera
- Detector size 320 x 240 pixels: 76,800 temperature measuring points for precise measurements and superior image quality

- *SuperResolution technology (optional) an optional feature that enhances the image quality by a whole class. Takes the resolution of the thermal image four times higher to 640 x 480 pixels

- Built-in digital camera with power LEDs: ideal for allocating thermal and real images and for compiling perfect documentation for customers

- Easy-to-use, ergonomic twist grip and tilt/swivel display

Special practical features of the thermal camera for building thermography
- 30° lens for wide field of vision: the standard wide angle lens offers a wider angle of vision and provides the user with an at-a-glance view of the temperature distribution of the measuring object

- Panorama image assistant: The panorama image assistant enables you to analyze and document an all-in-one image made up of several individual images when measuring larger measuring objects. This saves you from having to view, compare and catalogue scores of individual images and also allows you to create complete building envelope images

- Special measuring mode for detecting places where there is a particular risk of mold. The dew point in the room is calculated by manually entering the ambient temperature and humidity. The dew point is then compared to the surface temperature which the camera has measured. The traffic light colors (red, yellow, green) on the display show where there is the greatest the risk of mold.
It’s easier still with the optional wireless humidity sensor: the readings are automatically transferred to the camera so that there is no need to enter the ambient temperature and humidity manually

Special features for industrial thermography
- SiteRecognition technology: for recurring thermography images of similar objects. The SiteRecognition technology recognizes the measurement site and automatically allocates and archives the thermal images

- Optional high temperature measurements up to 1200 °C: The high temperature option allows you to increase the measuring range flexibly up to 1200 °C

- Process analysis package (optional): a combination of fully radiometric video and sequence storage in the camera enables you to carry out cable free measurements making it infinitely easier to handle the camera

Additional benefits of the thermal camera
- Interchangeable lenses (i.e. for use with the optional telephoto)
- Lens protection glass (optional)
- Auto focus
- Minimum focusing distance 4 in.
- Headset for voice annotations

The testo IRSoft pro-software included in delivery enables you to assess the thermal images directly on your PC.

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APPLICATION: Environmental

Case Dimension: 1

Detailed Technical specification : Refer leaflet

Checking as part of electrical maintenance
In electrical installations or cables, increased temperatures are always an indication of an overload, an imminent malfunction or an existing defect. Testo thermal imagers facilitate evaluation of the heat status of low, medium and high-voltage systems. Thermographic images lead to the early detection of defective components or connections, so that the necessary preventive measures can be introduced in a targeted way. Thermography therefore minimizes dangerous fire risks and prevents costly production downtimes.
Typical applications for the thermal imager:
Checking switch cabinets
Checking electrical connections
Monitoring and checking photovoltaic systems
Checking as part of mechanical maintenance


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