Testo 720 - Temperature meter
Precise and reliable measuring technology and a wide range of optional accessories – this makes the temperature meter the ideal tool for use in laboratories and the industry.
The testo 720 temperature meter: versatile and precise
A sensor is needed to use the temperature meter. You can connect either an RTD or an NTC sensor. Select from a wide range of optional temperature sensors to find the sensor that best suits your individual applications. The testo 720 digital temperature meter is designed to allow you to carry out quick and accurate air temperature, surface temperature and immersion measurements.
A host of features including min/max values, a large, backlit display, user-defined thresholds and an audible alarm that is activated when thresholds are exceeded makes the temperature meter ideal for use in the field.
The testo 720 temperature meter – ideal for use in laboratories
The testo 720 is ideal for use in laboratories: select from a wide range of accessories designed to ensure that your temperature meter is best equipped to suit your individual application.
- RTD laboratory temperature sensor: the glass-coated temperature sensor is resistant to aggressive media
- TopSafe protective case: this robust case protects against impact, dirt ingress and aggressive media. IP65 rated with TopSafe and connected temperature sensor
- testo turbo printer for print outs on site: allows you to document results quickly and reliably to provide proof of measurements instead of having to fall back on specialist software
Port for one RTD or NTC sensor
Wide range of optional sensors for individual requirements
User-defined thresholds, audible alarm when thresholds are exceeded
Optional accessories for individual adaptation, i.e. protection against aggressive media for use in laboratories
The testo 720 digital temperature meter is designed specifically for the special needs of laboratories and the industry and comes with a wide range of optional connectable sensors for surface temperature, air temperature and immersion measurements.