In maintenance and facility management, your day-to-day work can make all the difference between experiencing a successful day with attained production targets or painful losses due to unplanned downtime.
Helping hand for those who work in maintenance and facility management
As a Facility Manager, I take around 200 thermal images during my inspections and I have to assign them all manually for my documentation. That’s annoying!
I work in maintenance, looking after 176 switching cabinets whose thermal images all look alike. Assigning the images correctly is a nightmare.
With the testo 883 thermal imager, there’s no risk of any thermal irregularities going unnoticed during your work in electrical and mechanical maintenance. Thanks to the testo SiteRecognition technology, the thermal imager also stores the measuring location that the thermal image belongs to directly in the image itself.
The testo 883 thermal imager features an impressive infrared resolution of 320 x 240 pixels – which can even be expanded to 640 x 480 pixels with the built-in testo SuperResolution technology.
In addition, you always have full control over the thermal image thanks to the manual focus.
The testo SiteRecognition technology guarantees fully automatic site recognition, as well as storage and management of the thermal images. This rules out any mix-ups, prevents errors during evaluation and saves time by eliminating the need for manual image assignment.
In addition to measuring location management (testo SiteRecognition), the testo IRSoft software also enables you to comprehensively analyze, process and document thermal images.
Use the testo Thermography App to quickly analyze thermal images on site or share them with colleagues and managers.
Integrate readings from the testo 770-3 clamp meter into the thermal image and thus document the load status of the system.