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BG130441447 cuold you please send me some Sample images from the camera? I would like to see if the resolution is suficient for building images purpose? IT will be realy very nice from you to sent me some images on the following mail:

ufosl85 06/12/2021
The build quality seem very decent for the price. At the top is a rubber cover that protects the USB-C port and SD-card slot. The UTi690A does not have a normal camera so you're completely dependent on the thermal image shown on the display. It does however have both a tiny flashlight and a laser pointer that help in low light situations and if you're completely unsure where you're pointing it at. The menu system feels very responsive and even if the unit have less buttons than most thermal imagers, it's very easy and quick to nagive through the settings. When it comes to what information can be displayed on the screen, the following options are available: Center Point measurement, Hi/Lo Point measurement, Palette, Date&Time. This is quite limited for some use, but for the price point it seem common with these options, and have the feeling that more advanced options may be too much for the processor to handle. For the use I purchased it for, to troubleshoot 3D-Printers it seem to work great. You can easilly see single wires when they heat up as current pass through them, and the measurement at the center point gives the same readings as my FLIR E30bx does. The work range does seem to be quite accurate, you seem to gain additional detail in the images down to a distance of ~10cm from the sensor. I checked if possible to identify PCB-components and did so quite easily down to a size of ~3mm, smaller components than that and you would need an additional ZnSe lens or similar. Overall, happy with the thermal imager for the price paid, it seems to read measurements accurately as my expensive Flir E30bx unit, resolution is just lower. For checking on 3D-printers and other objects of similar size it seems to work great.
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