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Offline Paw85

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Re: Just got an E30bx. Have the usual questions.
« Reply #25 on: February 15, 2018, 07:22:16 am »
Can you please confirm how you enabled Range 2 as I heard that it was possible via the service menu, but I have never done that upgrade as my camera was a E40.

Certainly :)

Put the imager into RNDIS mode and connect USB to the computer. Connect to (usually) http://192.168.0.2 using the internet browser.
Go into [Service Menu], login with flir/3vlig
Go to [Calibration] -> [System Recalibration] -> [Enable/Disable Cases]

Mark the range you wish to enable, 0C-650C and click Submit (Action already at Enable by default),
It appears that if the range was calibrated, it should now says (RBF OK) after the range instead of (Disabled)
If the range was not calibrated, it should say (No RBF).

Then just disconnect USB, shut down the camera, remove battery and reinsert it, and start camera.
You should now have -20C-120C and 0C-650C range.

Hope it helps!
 
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Re: Just got an E30bx. Have the usual questions.
« Reply #26 on: February 15, 2018, 08:02:18 am »
Excellent, thank you. This information will likely be very useful to other camera owners with only range 1 active  :-+

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Re: Just got an E30bx. Have the usual questions.
« Reply #27 on: March 07, 2018, 10:18:11 am »
Hi there-

I've only connected to my E30bx using FileZilla so your comments have me a bit confused.  Are you saying that using a web browser to connect will actually display some camera menus in the web browser?  Thanks...



Can you please confirm how you enabled Range 2 as I heard that it was possible via the service menu, but I have never done that upgrade as my camera was a E40.

Certainly :)

Put the imager into RNDIS mode and connect USB to the computer. Connect to (usually) http://192.168.0.2 using the internet browser.
Go into [Service Menu], login with flir/3vlig
Go to [Calibration] -> [System Recalibration] -> [Enable/Disable Cases]

Mark the range you wish to enable, 0C-650C and click Submit (Action already at Enable by default),
It appears that if the range was calibrated, it should now says (RBF OK) after the range instead of (Disabled)
If the range was not calibrated, it should say (No RBF).

Then just disconnect USB, shut down the camera, remove battery and reinsert it, and start camera.
You should now have -20C-120C and 0C-650C range.

Hope it helps!
 

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Re: Just got an E30bx. Have the usual questions.
« Reply #28 on: March 07, 2018, 11:12:46 am »
Yes. The camera contains its own web service that is accessed using a standard internet we browser by entering the IP address into the URL line. You must be in RNDIS mode to do this, just as when using Filezilla.

A FLIR web page will appear in your browser that is coming from your camera and not the internet.

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Re: Just got an E30bx. Have the usual questions.
« Reply #29 on: March 07, 2018, 01:57:29 pm »
...A FLIR web page will appear in your browser that is coming from your camera and not the internet.

Huh, would you look at that!  There's all kinds of stuff in there.  Thanks guys.

I'll look around for a bit (I'm not in 'service mode' so hopefully this is safe), but one question for now:  Is there a way on these menus to see if my camera has the WiFi and Bluetooth modules installed?  I took a quick perusal and did not see that info.

(update a few minutes later):  ...And just that easy I now have the 650 degree range too!  Thanks so much!
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Re: Just got an E30bx. Have the usual questions.
« Reply #30 on: March 07, 2018, 08:06:26 pm »
I'll look around for a bit (I'm not in 'service mode' so hopefully this is safe), but one question for now:  Is there a way on these menus to see if my camera has the WiFi and Bluetooth modules installed?  I took a quick perusal and did not see that info.
(update a few minutes later):  ...And just that easy I now have the 650 degree range too!  Thanks so much!

Glad to hear the instructions worked for you too. However, not certain if you can check there if you got WiFi/BT hardware module inisde, it may say a module and version number of those are loaded, but that may just be related to software and not actual hardware installed I think?
 
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