testo introduces the revolutionary SuperResolution technology that can improve the image quality of thermal imagers in thermography applications.
Thermal images with higher resolution reveal more anomalies in the measurement object. Better image resolution and more pixels in thermography enhance the clarity of presentation of the measurement object, enabling better analysis. High resolution image quality is particularly indispensable when measurements need to be done from great distances.
testo’s SuperResolution technology, available through a simple software upgrade helps users improve the image quality of their testo thermal imager by one class in no time.
Four times more measurement values and a geometric resolution improved by a factor of 1.6 help produce even more detail in measurements.
Available through a simple software upgrade of the imager, SuperResolution technology will help enhance the image quality of testo thermal imagers by one class, or four times more pixels and geometric resolution improved by a factor of 1.6, turning for instance, a 160 x 120 pixel image into 320 x 249 pixels.
The patent-pending innovation from testo uses the natural movement of the user’s hand, and records several images, slightly offset to each other in quick succession. These images are then calculated into one image using an algorithm.
The technology allows thermographic measurements of photovoltaic systems easily, quickly and reliably at a great distance, for example using the large rotatable display and optional telephoto lens of the testo 876 thermal imagers. The detailed SuperResolution thermal images can be analysed precisely and conveniently on a PC.