REED R2050 Instruction Manual - Rapid

REED R2050 Instruction Manual - Rapid
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Table of Contents
Safety............................................................................................. 3
Features.......................................................................................... 4
Specifications..............................................................................5-6
Instrument Description................................................................... 7
Operating Instructions...............................................................8-13
Menus......................................................................................13-26
Battery Instructions...................................................................... 27
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Safety
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To prevent eye damage and personal injury, do not look into the laser
Do not point laser directly at people or animals or indirectly off
reflective surfaces
Do not disassemble or do modifications to the Thermal Imager
Do not point the Thermal Imager (with or without the lens cover) at
intensive energy sources as this can damage the Thermal Imager
Do not use the Thermal Imager in a temperature higher than 50°C
(122°F) or lower than -20°C (-4°F)
Only use the correct equipment to charge the battery
Do not disassemble or do a modification to the battery
Do not put the battery in or near a fire, or in direct sunlight, or other
high-temperature locations
Always charge the battery between 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Do not get water or salt water on the battery, or permit the battery to
get wet
Clean the case with a damp cloth and a weak soap solution
Do not use abrasives, isopropyl alcohol, or solvents to clean the case
or lens/screen
Do not clean the infrared lens too vigorously, this can damage the
anti-reflective coating
Remove the battery from the Thermal Imager if not in use for an
extended period of time
Store the Thermal Imager in cool and dry environment
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Features
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Infrared resolution of 80 x 80 (6400 pixels)
High thermal sensitivity (NETD) of <0.1°C @ +30°C (+86°F) / 100mK
2.8" colour 240 x 320 pixel LCD display
Built-in laser and white LED flashlight
Built-in visible light 5 Megapixel digital camera
32X continuous digital zoom
Infrared and visual images, picture-in-picture, as well as visual image
with infrared overlay
Automatic hot/cold spot indicator
Automatic level/span function
Automatic power off
Choice of four colour palettes including custom
Video recording with voice annotations
Micro SD memory card extension possible
< Class 2 laser
Set-up Commands: Local adaptation of units, language, date and
time formats, information of camera
Multinational languages
Includes: R2050 80 x 80 Thermal Imager, Lens, Li-ion Battery, Adaptor, Micro SD, USB Cable, HDMI cable, Earphone, Wrist Strap, PC
software & installation CD, Soft Carrying Case
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Specifications
Imaging & Optical Data
IR Resolution
Thermal Sensitivity / NETD
Field of View (FOV) / Min. Focus Distance
Spatial Resolution (IFOV)
Image Frequency
Focus Mode
Zoom
Focal Length
Focal Plane Array (FPA) / Spectral Range
Measurement
80 × 80 (6400 pixels)
< 0.1°C @ +30°C (+86°F) / 100 mK
17°x 17°/ 0.5m
3.78mrad
50Hz
Manual
1–32× continuous, digital zoom
9mm
Uncooled microbolometer/8–14 µm
-20°C to +150°C (–4°F to +302°F);
0°C to +350°C (+32°F to +662°F)
Accuracy
±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading
Spot
Center Spot
Automatic Hot / Cold Detection
Auto hot or cold markers
Emissivity Correction
Variable from 0.01 to 1.0
Measurement Corrections
Emissivity, Reflected temperature
Image Storage & Communications
Built-in Digital Camera
5 Megapixels
Built-in Digital Lens Data
FOV 59°
Display
2.8" LCD, 240 × 320 pixels
IR image, Visual image, Picture-inImage Modes
Picture
Color Palettes
IRON, Rainbow, Grey, Grey Inverted
Standard JPEG, including measurement
Image Storage Format
data, on memory card > 2000 pictures
IR/visual images; simultaneous storage
Image Storage Mode
of IR and visual images
Temperature Range
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Video Storage
Storage Media
Video Storage Format
Video Storage Mode
Data Communication Interfaces
Interfaces
USB
Video Output
Power Supply
Battery
Input Voltage
Charging System
Power Management
Environmental
Operating Temperature Range
Storage Temperature Range
Humidity (Operating & Storage)
Drop Tested
Bump / Vibration
Dimensions (L x W x H)
Weight
8GB Micro SD Card
Standard MPEG-4 encode, 1280 x
960@30fps, on memory card > 60 minutes
IR/visual images; simultaneous storage
of IR and visual images
USB-mini, audio, HDMI
Data transform between camera & PC;
Live video between camera and PC
HDMI
Li-ion battery, 4 hours operating time
DC 5V
In camera (AC adapter)
Automatic shutdown
-20 to +50°C (-4 to +122°F)
-40 to +70°C (–40 to +158°F)
10% to 90%
2m
25g (IEC60068-2-29) / 2g (IEC60068-2-6)
8.8 x 3 x 7.8" (224 x 77 x 96mm)
<500g with battery
REED Instruments offers certified thermography training. Contact REED
Instruments at info@reedinstruments.com for complete information, dates
and locations.
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Instrument Description
1. Infrared Camera Lens Cover
2. Infrared Camera Lens
3. Trigger
4. LCD Display
5. Button Panel
Menu/OK Button
Lock/Cancel Button
Up/Zoom Out Button
Down/Zoom in Button
Right/Light Button
Left/Laser Button
Files Browse Button
Power Button
6. Battery Compartment
7. LED Light
8. Visual Camera
9. Laser Pointer
10. Infrared Camera Lens
11. Charge Light
12. AC Adapter/Charger Input Terminal
13. Audio/Microphone
14. HDMI Output
15. USB Cable Connection
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Operating Instructions
Before you use the Thermal Imager for the first time, charge the battery
for a minimum of 1.5 hours. To charge the battery, refer to the "Battery
Instructions" section of this manual.
Turning the Unit On and Off
To turn the Thermal Imager on, push the Power button . When the
for two
Thermal Imager turns on, push and hold the Power button
seconds to turn the Thermal Imager off.
Note: The Thermal Imager needs sufficient warm-up time for the most accurate temperature measurements and best image quality. This time can
often vary due to environmental conditions. It is best to wait a minimum
of 10 minutes for the most accurate temperature measurements for your
application.
Lens
The Thermal Imager has a lens. FOV is the largest area that your imager
can see at a set distance. This table lists the horizontal FOV, vertical FOV
and IFOV for lens.
Focal Length:
9mm
Horizontal FOV:
17°
IFOV:
3.78mrad
Vertical FOV:
17°
IFOV (Instantaneous Field of View) is the smallest detail within the FOV that
can be detected or seen at a set distance, the unit is rad. The formula is:
IFOV = ( Pixel Size )/ ( Lens focal length );
D:S theoretical ( = 1/ IFOV theoretical) is the calculated spot size based on
the pixel size of the Thermal Imager detector array and lens focal length.
Example: If Thermal Imager uses 9mm lens, because the pixel size of
detector is 34um. Horizontal FOV is 17°, Vertical FOV is 17°, the IFOV is
34um/9mm = 3.78mrad;
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D:S theoretical ( = 1/ IFOV theoretical) = 265:1
D:S measure ( = 1/ IFOV measure) is the spot size needed to provide an
accurate temperature measure.
Typically, D:S measure is 2 to 3 times smaller than D:S theoretical, which
means the temperature measurement area of the target need to be 2 to 3
times larger than that determined by the calculated theoretical D:S.
Note: IFOV theoretical represents the smallest objects that the thermal imager can detect or see. IFOV measure represents the smallest object form
which an accurate temperature can be measured by the thermal imager.
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Focus
To adjust focus the IR lens rotates clockwise or anti-clockwise. When
the target comes into focus, it displays a sharper image. When the target
moves out of focus, the thermal image becomes blurry.
Note: Correct focus is important in all imaging applications. Correct focus
makes sure that the infrared energy is correctly directed onto the pixels of
the detector. Without the correct focus, the thermal image can be blurry
and the radiometric data will be inaccurate. Out-of-focus infrared images
are frequently unusable or of little value.
Shutter
The thermal image of the Thermal Imager becomes blurry when the Thermal Imager changes target. To get best image this needs to be correct.
The Thermal Imager has two modes for correcting this, Manual and Auto
Mode. In Manual Mode, push the Power button, the Thermal Imager will
correct. In Auto Mode, the Thermal Imager can correct automatically while
the thermal image of the Thermal Imager becomes blurry.
Zoom
This Thermal Imager offers 1-32x
continuous zoom functions.
1. On the desktop, press the up
button, image zoom out 10%, long
press will continue to zoom out.
2. On the desktop, press the down
button, image zoom in 10%, long
press will continue to zoom in.
When zoom in or zoom out, the
zoom factor “X1” displays in the
upper status bar.
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LED Light
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On the desktop, press the right button, the LED light is on.
On the desktop, press the right button again, the LED light is off.
Laser
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On the desktop, press the left button, the laser is on.
On the desktop, press the left button again, the laser is off.
Temperature Measurement
All objects radiate infrared energy. The quantity of energy radiated is base
on the actual surface temperature and the surface emissivity of the object.
The Thermal Imager senses the infrared energy from the surface of the
object and uses this data to calculate an estimated temperature value.
Many common objects and materials such as painted metal, wood, water,
skin, and cloth are very good at radiating energy and it is easy to get
relatively accurate measurements.
For surfaces that are good at radiating energy (high emissivity), the emissivity factor is >=0.90. This simplification does not work on shiny surfaces
or unpainted metals as they have an emissivity of <0.6. These materials
are not good at radiating energy and are classified as low emissivity. To
more accurately measure materials with a low emissivity, an emissivity
correction is necessary. Adjustment to the emissivity setting will usually
allow the Thermal Imager to calculate a more accurate estimate of the
actual temperature. More information please see Emissivity Adjustment to
get the most accurate temperature measurements.
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Emissivity
The correct emissivity value is important to make the most accurate
temperature measurement. Emissivity of a surface can have a large effect
on the temperatures that the Thermal Imager observes. Understanding
the emissivity of the surface, may not always, allow you to obtain more
accurate temperature measurements.
Note: Surfaces with an emissivity of <0.60 make reliable and consistent
determination of actual temperature problematic. The lower the emissivity, the more potential error is associated with the Imager’s temperature
measurement calculations. This is also true even when adjustments to the
emissivity and reflected background adjustments are performed properly.
Emissivity is set directly as a value or from a list of emissivity values for
some common materials. The global emissivity displays in LCD Screen
as E=x.xx.
The following table gives typical emissivity of some materials:
Material
Emissivity
Material
Emissivity
Water
0.96
Tape
0.96
Stainless steel
0.14
Brass plate
0.06
Aluminum plate
0.09
Human skin
0.98
Asphalt
0.96
PVC plastic
0.93
Concrete
0.97
Polycarbonate
0.80
Cast iron
0.81
Oxidized copper
0.78
Rubber
0.95
Rust
0.80
Wood
0.85
Paint
0.90
Brick
0.75
Soil
0.93
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Reflective Temperature
Using the offset factor, the reflection is calculated out due to low emissivity, thereby improving the accuracy of the temperature measurement.
In most cases, the reflective temperature is identical to the ambient air
temperature. Only when objects that strongly radiate a higher temperature are in proximity of the object being measured, should the reflective
temperature be determined and used. The reflective temperature has
very little effect on objects with high emissivity. The reflective temperature
can be set individually. Follow these steps to get the correct value for the
reflected temperature:
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Set the emissivity to "1.0"
Adjust the optical lens to near focus
Looking in the opposite direction away from the object, take a
measurement and save the image
Determine the average value of the image and use that value for
your input of reflected temperature
Thermal Imager Reporter Software
Reporter Software is supplied with this Thermal Imager. This software
contains features to analyze images, organize data and information, and
make professional reports. The Thermal Imager Reporter Software allows
audio annotations and commentary to be reviewed on a PC.
Menus
The menus along with the buttons, are used to access Image, Measurement, Emissivity, Palette, Temperature Range, take photos and video,
review, and settings.
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Main Menu
Main Menu is the main interface of the Thermal Imager’s menus.
It contains six items, including Measure, Emissivity, Image, Palette,
Temperature Range, and Settings.
Measure:
Set the calculation and display of radiometric
temperature measurement data related to the
thermal images.
Emissivity: Setting the materials type and the emissivity of the
measured object, you can also set the environmental
reflected temperature.
Image:
Set the image mode for the display on the Thermal
Imager’s LCD screen. It contains six items such as infrared image, visual image and picture-in-picture.
Palette:
Set the type of color presentation.
Range:
Set the temperature measurement range.
Settings:
Set user preferences such as language, unit of
temperature measurement, unit of distance, date,
time, and more.
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Image Mode
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In main menu, press “up” and “down” button, highlight “Image”.
Press “select” button, pop-up Image submenu which contains
infrared image, visual image and fusion.
Press “up” and “down” button, highlight the Image mode which
you want to choose.
Press “OK” to confirm, “Cancel” to exit without change.
Thermal Imager has 3 kinds of image modes for display:
IR, Visible, and Mix.
IR: displays only infrared image;
Visible: displays only visible image;
Mix: displays overlay of infrared and visible image.
Image Palette
The Image Palette lets you change the false-color presentation of
the infrared images on display or captured. A variety of palettes are
available for specific applications. The standard palettes offer an equal,
linear presentation of colors that allow for the best presentation of detail.
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Standard Palette
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In main menu, press “up” and “down” button, highlight “Palette”.
Press “select” button, pop-up the palette submenu. It shows four
choices of palette: Iron, Rainbow, Grey, Grey Inverted.
Press “up” and “down” button, highlight the palette which you want
to choose.
Press “OK” button to select palette, press “Cancel” button to return.
Image Adjustment
There are two kinds of mode for image adjustment, Auto and Manual.
Press right function button to change mode.
means Auto.
Means Manual,
Auto: level and span are decided by the thermal
image of minimum temperature and maximum
temperature.
Manual: level and span are decided by the manual
values, which decide by “Max Temp” and “Min
Temp”.
Press and hold the right function button to display
the menu for adjusting “Max Temp” and “Min
Temp”, press the left button to decrease value,
press the right button to increase value. Press up
button or down button to switch “Min Temp” and “Max Temp”.
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Measurement Menu
In main menu, highlight “Measure” and press “select” button, pop-up the
Measure submenu which contains Spot, Hot, Cold.
Spot: Measure the center point temperature
Hot: Capture maximum temperature
Cold: Capture minimum temperature
Press “Select” to select Spot, Hot, Cold to open the corresponding point
of the temperature measurement. The
icon means to open the
corresponding point measurement. The
icon means to close the
corresponding point measurement.
Object Parameter Menu
In main menu, press “up” and “down” button, highlight “Emiss”, press
“select” button, pop-up Object parameter submenu.
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Emissivity
In Object parameter submenu, press “up” and “down” button, highlight
“Emiss”, press “select” button, pop-up emissivity submenu.
“Emiss” sets the object's emissivity, the range of values is 0.01 to 1.00.
Reflective Temperature
Reflective temperature is important for accurate radiometric temperature
measurement. This Thermal Imager is able to compensate for reflective
temperature. In most cases, the reflective temperature is identical to the
ambient temperature. Only when objects that strongly radiate a higher
temperature are in proximity of the object being measured, should the
reflective temperature be determined and used.
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In Object parameter submenu, press “up” and “down” button,
highlight “Ref”.
Press “select” button, the reflective temperature will be modified.
Press “up” and “down” button to modify the Reflective temperature.
Press “OK” to confirm, “Cancel” to exit without modify.
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Temperature Ranges
The temperature measurement ranges have “-20~150°C” and “0~350°C”
to choose. The overlap temperature of the two ranges is more accurate to
choose “-20~150°C”.
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In main menu, press “up” and “down” button, highlight “Range”.
Press “select” button, popup temperature ranges submenu.
Press “up” and “down” button, highlight the Range which you
want to choose.
Press “OK” to confirm, “Cancel” to exit without change.
Settings Menu
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In main menu, press “up” and “down” button, highlight “Settings”.
Press “select” button, pop-up Settings submenu.
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Language
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In Settings submenu, press “up” and “down” button, highlight
“Language”.
Press “select” button, pop-up language submenu.
Press “up”, “down”, “left” and “right” button, highlight the language which you want to choose.
Press “OK” button to confirm, “Cancel” to exit without change.
Temperature Unit
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In Settings submenu, press “up” and “down”
button, highlight “Temp. Unit”
Press “select” button, pop-up Temperature
Unit submenu.
Press “up” and “down” button, highlight the
temperature unit which
you want to choose.
Press “OK” to confirm, “Cancel” to exit
without change.
There are three choices of Temperature Unit: °C, °F and K.
Conversion relationship: °F=1.8°C+32, K=273.15+°C
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Factory Settings
1.In Settings submenu, press “up” and “down” button, highlight “Factory
Set”.
2.Press “select” button, pop-up “Factory Set” submenu.
3.Press “OK” to restore factory setting, “Cancel” to exit without change.
Factory Settings of the Thermal Imager are as follow:
Item
Measurement
Measurement Parameters
Image
System Setting
Parameter
Value
Center Spot Measurement
Off
Hot Spot Measurement
Off
Cold Spot Measurement
Off
Emissivity
0.95
Reflective temperature
25°C
Mode
Infrared
Palette
Iron
Adjustment
Auto
Language
English
HDMI Output
Off
Laser
Off
Lamp
Off
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Set Time
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In Settings submenu, press “Up” and “Down” button, highlight
“Set time”.
Press “select” button, pop-up “Set time” submenu.
Press “Left” and “Right” button, highlight the item which you want
to choose.
Press “Up” and “Down” button, modify the value of the selected
item.
Information
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In Settings submenu, press “Up” and “Down” button, highlight
“Information”.
Press “select” button, pop-up “Information” submenu.
Press “Close” key to return to desktop.
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Camera Menu
Thermal Imager has photo and video functions. In photo function, the Imager can save thousands of images. Every image resolution is 1280*960,
format is .jpg, and stores infrared data and visible data in an image. In
video function, the Imager has .mp4 video capture for hours, and saves
infrared data in .mp4 format.
Note: Images and video files are stored on an SD Memory Card. Images
can easily be read and then analyzed within Thermal Imager PC software.
Save Image
1.
2.
In desktop, press Trigger button to freeze
an image.
Press “OK” key save the image, press
“Back” to return to desktop without
saving image.
Video Menu
The Thermal Imager has .mp4 video capture.
1. In desktop, press Trigger button and hold for
about 2 seconds to start video capture with
voice annotations.
2. Insert earphones with microphone in order
to record voice annotations.
3. To stop video capture, press Trigger button
again or press “Stop” key. The video will be
saved in the video file. Press “Cancel” key
to stop video capture without saving file.
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Files Browser
In desktop, press “Files Browse” button, pop-up files
Browser which displays images and videos saved on
SD Memory Card.
Open an Image
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Press “up”, “down”, “left” and “right” button,
highlight an image which you want to select.
Press “Open” button to open an image.
Press “Up” button to zoom out, “Down”
button to zoom in.
Press “Left” button to open previous
image, Press “Right” button to open next
image.
To delete the image, Press “Delete” button.
To return to files browser, Press “Files Browse” button.
To return to desktop, Press “Files Browse” button again.
Play a Video
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Press “up”, “down”, “left” and “right” button,
highlight a video which you want to select.
Press “Open” button for entry to player
interface.
To hear voice annotations, Insert earphones
with microphone.
To play a video, press “Trigger” button.
To delete the image, Press “Delete” button.
To return to files browser, Press “Files Browse” button.
To return to desktop, Press “Files Browse” button again.
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Delete a File or All Files
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press “up”, “down”, “left” and “right”
button, highlight the image or video which
you want to select.
Press “Option” button, pop-up “Option”
submenu.
Press “Up” and “Down” button, highlight
“Delete”, Press “OK” button to delete the
selected file.
Press “Up” and “Down” button, highlight
“Delete all”, Press “OK” buttonto delete
all files.
Press “Up” and “Down” button, highlight
“Exit”, Press “OK” button to return to desktop.
Press “Close” to return to Files Browser.
USB Mode
Connect USB cable to device, pop-up menu as follows:
There are two modes for USB, Storage and PC
Camera. Press up or down button to switch modes.
1. Storage
Browse files stored on the SD card on your computer.
If Storage mode is selected, a picture will display as
follows:
2. PC Camera
The device is a USB camera for your computer. If this
mode is selected, a picture will display as follows:
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HDMI Output
The video output available in the Thermal Imager enables displaying the
thermal image (not includes operator menu) on an external monitor or
video recording device capable of managing HDMI systems. To connect
the Thermal Imager, proceed as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Connect the Thermal Imager to the external HDMI monitor or
recording device using the HDMI video cable provided.
Turn on the external HDMI monitor or device.
Power on the Thermal Imager.
With the image displayed on the external HDMI monitor or device,
the thermal imager's display works simultaneously.
Once operations on the external device are finished, switch off the
external device and disconnect the HDMI video cable from the
Thermal Imager.
Fault Diagnosis and Exclusion
If you encounter any problems while using the Thermal Imager, troubleshoot according to the following table. If the problem persists, disconnect
the power and contact the company's technical support department.
Example of fault
Cause of fault
Solution
Thermal imager will not
power up
No battery
Insert the battery
No power
Replace the battery or charge it
Thermal imager shuts
down
No power
Replace the battery
or charge it
Lens cap in place
Remove the lens cap
No thermal image
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Battery Instructions
Before you use the Thermal Imager for the first time, charge the battery for
a minimum of 1.5 hours. The battery status shows on the three-segment
charge indicator. To charge the battery, use one of the following options:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect the AC power adapter into the AC wall outlet and
connect the DC output to the Thermal Imager’s AC power socket
The battery indicator in the upper right corner of the display will
show the battery filling with bars
Charge until the charge indicator on the display shows full bars
Disconnect the AC power adapter when the battery is full charged
Make sure that the Thermal Imager is near room temperature before you
connect it to the charger. Do not charge in hot or cold areas. When you
charge in extreme temperature, battery capacity may be decreased.
For service on this or any other REED product or information on other
REED products, contact REED Instruments at info@reedinstruments.com
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