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When looking at rebuilding some Argus 4 battery packs I was very pleased to see that they are held together with screws rather than the awful ultrasonic welding used by some companies. Upon opening the battery casing I found six AA size Ni-Mh cells that were configured as three cells stacked above t...
- Sun Apr 17, 2016 9:33 pm
- Forum: White Dustbins
- Topic: Pan/chop mode switch - burning question
- Replies: 2
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I have owned a P4428 and one function always puzzled me. The PAN/Chop button. Whilst I understand the principle of the Pyro-Electric Vidicon tube and the switch providing either a spiral chopper wheel induced change in scene (Chop mode) or a camera induced change (Pan mode), how did EEV ensure that ...
- Sun Apr 17, 2016 3:45 pm
- Forum: Argus2
- Topic: When is a dead Argus 2 not really a dead Argus 2 ? Buying faulty cameras.
- Replies: 0
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It is not uncommon to see Argus 2 cameras for sale on auction sites listed as faulty due to no image. Are these cameras worth buying or is it a challenging repair ? Well my views are as follows..... The Argus 2 is an excellent piece of electronic and mechanical engineering. It is built to take hard ...
- Sun Apr 17, 2016 1:59 pm
- Forum: Argus1
- Topic: Lens comparability with other Argus cameras ?
- Replies: 1
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I own several EEV thermal cameras including the P4428', Argus 1 and Argus 2. Some are serviceable and others are parts donors. Some of the serviceable cameras have corroded Germanium front lenses. Please can you advise which lens elements are transferable between different models of EEV camera. i.e....
The remote control is the Philips IR remote RC5 or RC6 protocol. A simple universal remote control will work fine. E2V Argus helpfully decided to use a standard protocol and buttons. They even used relabelled universal remote controls themselves. A good cost saving for production. The One for All se...
The remote control is the Philips IR remote RC5 or RC6 protocol. A simple universal remote control will work as Bill has stated. E2V Argus helpfully decided to use a standard protocol and buttons. They even used relabelled universal remote controls themselves. A good cost saving for production. The ...
- Fri Mar 11, 2016 1:49 am
- Forum: Welcome
- Topic: Hello from Fraser, new forum member.
- Replies: 6
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Hi, My name is Fraser and I have just joined this great new forum. I used to use thermal imaging cameras in my job but have also become an avid collector of the technology over the past couple of decades. I both collect and repair thermal camera technology. My collection includes the following camer...