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Electronics repair where thermal cam did help.

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Samogon:
Hello.
I am interested in buyiy Flir E4 for electronics repairs and hesitant if it worce the money.
Can you tell your successful repair stories where cam was a proper tool?

wraper:
Hundreds of raspberry pi. Makes matter of seconds to figure out what causes increased current consumption.

wraper:
Or we can talk about unsuccessful design stories like Rigol DP832 which would be avoided if they briefly looked on the board with a thermal camera.
BTW better not buy Flir E4, it has fixed focus which is not good for electronics. You won't be able to look closely on the board, image will be out of focus. Consider http://www.i3-thermalexpert.com/products/t-e-q1/ IIRC ~$500 + $85 shipping

Samogon:
Hmm, such good thermal resolution for such a small device.
I see they sell different lenses, should i buy additional? Or basic lense will should be enough?

frenky:

--- Quote from: Samogon on November 15, 2016, 03:24:46 pm ---Hmm, such good thermal resolution for such a small device.
I see they sell different lenses, should i buy additional? Or basic lense will should be enough?

--- End quote ---
On the link below you can see a difference betwen 13mm and 6mm lens.

https://www.eevblog.com/forum/thermal-imaging/thermal-imaging-gallery/msg1069268/#msg1069268

Imho single lens should be enough...

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