The thermal imager – your new favourite tool
The measuring instrument for every application: there are hardly any measuring instruments that are as versatile as a thermal imager. Because the areas where the visualization of temperatures using thermography makes your work easier include the following:
- In building thermography a Testo thermal camera helps you to detect thermal bridges and structural defects.
- In heating engineering you can use thermography to check underfloor heating is working properly or for the non-destructive detection of leaks.
- In maintenance a thermal camera enables you to see wear before systems fail.
Would you like to buy a thermal imager? What to keep in mind:
- Resolution: at least 160 x 120 pixels
- Thermal sensitivity < 120 mK (visualizes temperature differences as from 0.12°C)
- Software for analysis and professional reports
- Easy and intuitive operation
A comparison of all thermal imagers
NEW: Thermal imager testo 883
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Building energy consultation
Applications of infrared thermography
The FOV calculator shows you quickly and easily how small the measurement object can be, in order to be recognized (IFOV geo) and reliably measured (IFOV meas) at the selected distance.
Analysis software for thermography
High-performance PC analysis software for creating professional thermographic reports.
testo Thermography App
Work smart and networked
Your smartphone/tablet becomes a remote control, second display and report central.
Wireless connection of humidity measuring instruments and clamp meters as well as transmission of the measurement value by Bluetooth.
See more details – SuperResolution technology instantly makes the image quality of your thermal imager one class better.
Measurement location recognition
For repeated thermal imaging of measuring objects, SiteRecognition technology offers immediate recognition of measuring locations.
for mould prevention
Mould and humidity are visualized directly in the thermal imager’s display thanks to the display of surface humidity distribution.
Automatic scaling for comparable thermal images.
Set emissivity automatically
Emissivity and reflected temperature are automatically set.
Panorama image assistant
Analyze large objects more easily
Stitches together an easy-to-examine overall view from several individual images.
Process analysis package
Identify temperature developments
Fully radiometric video measurement and sequence storage directly in the thermal imager.
testo 883 thermal imaging camera + SiteRecognition
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.
More measuring instruments from Testo
Depending on the application, you will still need more measuring instruments for efficient temperature measurement in addition to a thermal camera. We have put together a small selection of our bestsellers for you here.
Smart temperature measurement
are compact professional measuring instruments operated by smartphone. They are available for the most important measurement parameters and will make your day-to-day work somewhat more pleasant.
Measuring in liquids, semi-solid and solid media
Measuring temperatures on surfaces
As the name makes clear, a surface temperature meter is used to measure the temperature on the surface of a measurement object. This category also includes infrared thermometers. Just like an infrared thermal imager, they measure an object's thermal radiation. Temperature measuring strips on the other hand are used for fast measurement of the surface temperature in a really wide variety of applications.
Temperature data loggers are used not only for measuring temperatures (and other measurement parameters), but also for monitoring and recording them over defined time periods.