PC analysis software – testo IRSoft

The Testo IRSoft thermography analysis software enables thermal images to be comprehensively evaluated on a PC and is characterised by its clear structure and excellent user-friendliness. The full range of functions is supplied with all Testo thermal imagers.

Professional thermography reports in just a few clicks


IRSoft thermography software enables easy processing and precise analysis of infrared images on a PC. Extensive investigative functions are available for professional thermal image processing. For example, the different emission levels of various materials can be corrected afterwards for image areas, right up to individual pixels. In order to visualise critical temperatures in the image, overshooting and undershooting of limit values along with pixels in a specific temperature range can be highlighted using thermography analysis software. In addition, many measuring points can be set without any limitations, hot and cold spots can be determined and comments can be made on the thermographic applications.

Professional thermography reports in just a few clicks


The report wizard guides you step by step to produce a complete and clear report. Different report templates are available for documentation of thermography analysis which is either short and quick or more comprehensive. The templates contain all the relevant information on the measuring location, measuring task and inspection results.

Reports according to DIN EN 13187

Specially for examining building shells for thermal bridges, IRSoft analysis software offers report templates, so that reports can be created quickly and easily in accordance with DIN EN 13187.

Straight to the perfect result with Testo TwinPix


Testo's thermal imagers with integrated digital camera automatically store an infrared and a real image simultaneously. TwinPix enables the setting of marking points which correspond in the infrared and the real image, so as to merge real and thermal images and display them simultaneously in one image. This means a damaged area can be precisely located for example. Setting the transparency level allows regulation of the intensity of the infrared or the real image component in the overlay.