The testo 380 particle counter. Easy to use. Complies with existing regulations
If you are a service technician whose job it is to carry out adjustments to heating systems or a chimney sweep who needs to carry out an acceptance inspection, you will like to know that you can rely 100 percent on the testo 380 to provide you with quick results and reliable readings. The testo 380 has a pre-programmed measuring menu that takes you step by step through the official procedure according to 1. BlmSchV. and a measuring program that enables you to adjust solid fuel burning systems so that they meet the new thresholds. The testo 380’s user-friendly menu guide is designed to make your job as a chimney sweep, service technician or heating engineer – and life – easier.
Fine particle tester with highly-sophisticated sensor technology inside
Despite being packed with highly-sophisticated sensor technology, the testo 380 fine particle counter is extremely practical and easy to use. The testo 380 can be used to perform parallel fine particle, O2 and CO measurements in real time before presenting the results on an easy-to-read color display. The specially developed Testo technology tucked away inside allows readings to be taken in real time. You can also use the testo 380 to carry out core flow and draft measurements without having to change the sensor first.
Please note: Compatible with the testo 330-2 LL flue gas analyzer. Together they form an unbeatable team. The innovative complete solution for systems using solid, liquid and gaseous fuels.
testo 380 fine particle counter, fine particle sensor, cleaning set.
|General technical data|
|Accuracy||acc. VDI 4206-2|
|Resolution||0.1 mg/m³ (>5mg/m³)|
|Dimensions||475 x 360 x 190 mm|
|Operating temperature||+5 to +40 °C|
|Display type||LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)|
|Display function||shows warm-up phase and operational readiness|
|Power supply||via internal mains unit: 100 V AC/0.45 A to 240 V AC/0.2 A (50 to 60 Hz)|
|Maximum memory||500.000 readings|
|Storage temperature||-20 to +50 °C|
|Measuring range||0 to 300 mg/m³|