Process analysis package

Order-Nr.  0554 8902

  • Can be used as an extension for testo 885 and testo 890

  • Recording start can be defined by limit values

  • IRSoft software available free of charge

Visualization and detailed analysis of thermal processes with the process analysis package for the thermal imagers testo 885 and testo 890.

Under cramped production conditions, sequences of thermal images are stored directly yin the thermal imager, and compared as a time progression using the thermography software IRSoft. Can also be saved as a fully radiometric thermal image video when connected to a PC: For subsequent zooming and analysis.

Product Description

  • Live online measurement in real time at a frequency of up to 25 Hz
  • Recording and storage at freely selectable intervals (3 secs to 1 h) directly in the imager, wirelessly and without PC
  • Freely selectable recording start: manual, after countdown or limit value violation
  • Selectable storage formats: Video (vmt), thermal image (bmt), or thermal and real image (bmt+)
  • Fully radiometric storage of all data
  • Export of measurement data in different formats, e.g. .xls or .mpeg.
  • Synchronized automatic shutter
  • Recording of individual images (snapshots) from online measurement or videos
  • Setting of up to 15 measurement points which can be presented as a temperature-time diagram
  • Setting of up to five profile lines, in order to examine the temperature profile of measurement objects
  • Automatic hot/cold spot recognition

Process analysis with testo 890 thermal imager

The testo 890 high-end thermal imager also offers demanding users, such as those in research & development or engineering firms, a very high level of precision and thermal images in megapixel quality. Due to its excellent image quality, the testo 890 is particularly well suited for capturing image sequences directly in the imager. The thermal imager features a synchronized automatic shutter, which – even during long recordings – ensures optimum image quality without interruption of recording.