Testo Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
New Thermal Imaging Cameras from Testo, including their First in a Camcorder Design
Testo launches two new models to add to its range of thermal imagers, the Testo 876 and Testo 882. This is the third generation of thermal imaging cameras from the measurement technology specialist Testo, who entered the thermography market in 2007. Daniel Auer, Director of Product Management Infrared Measurement Technology: Testo combines consistently strong technology with innovation. With the new products, we are establishing technical standards to be able to offer our customers even more added value.
Testo 876 - Strong Technology in Camcorder Design
The Testo 876 is the first Testo thermal imaging camera in a classical camcorder design. The light, 900g imager is equipped with a rotatable display. This makes thermography possible even in difficult-to-access places. This new design opens up new possibilities, especially for professional industrial thermography because the display can be rotated by up to 180 degrees, making it possible to work above your head. Benefits extend to both building and industrial maintenance and servicing, enabling difficult to access areas to be thermographed from a different angle. Furthermore the exchangeable lens ensures optimum attention to detail. Thanks to its low weight and easy operation, the Testo 876 adapts optimally to the requirements of the thermographer for fast and versatile work.
Testo 882 - Best Image Quality
As the first Testo thermal imager with a 320 x 240 pixel detector, the Testo 882 promises high accuracy without the necessity of an exchangeable lens. Equipped with a 32° lens, the new model offers the user all image details at a glance, ensuring fast, uncomplicated and precise work. The precise infrared images allow even the smallest faults in difficult-to-access places or dangerous zones in industrial systems to be identified precisely, reliably and from a safe distance.
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