TESTO Pty Ltd has released new measurement technology for temperature measurement, the testo 735. The radio probes up to 20m without obstructions and attachable probes.
Testo 735 is a measuring instrument with the highest versatiltiy within a measuring range from -200°C to +1,370°C.
A broad range of immersion probes, air probes and surface probes (thermo-elements Type K or Type T and Pt 100 probes) is available for different uses.
A highly precise temperature measuring system is especially desirable in the areas of quality assurance, calibrating services and laboratories. With the highly precise immersion-penetration probe, a system exactitude of up to 0.05°C with a resolution of 0.001°C can be achieved via the Pt 100 probe input. The measurement system is therefore suitable for use as a working standard.
Either single reports or measurement series can be stored by location (up to 10,000 measured values). The storing cycle can be set from 1 second to 24 hours.
Stored data can be conveniently evaluated and documented on a PC.
Current measured data can be printed at the location with the convenient Testo report printer. Thanks to the built-in clock in the testo 735, date and time are documented on the report. The thermo-paper available for the report printer enables legible long-term documentation or measured values up to 10 years.
Testo 735 excels by its logical use and easy-to-use menus. Functions such as time and point mean calculation, differential temperature measurement, max./min. value display and fixing of measured data provide support in day-to-day measurement. An acoustic signal sounds if limit values are exceeded during measurement.
For measurements made in surroundings with bad light conditions, the display can be illuminated.
The testo 735 wins not only by its unmistakable and ergonomic design, but also by the uniquely robust instrument construction.
The materials used are a built-in protection against knocks and blows. The instrument can also be used in bad weather owing to its high level of IP protection. The large illuminated display is slightly sunk into the housing and is thus better protected.