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First complete route collector with builtin FLIR IR camera:

http://www.vtab.se/?lang=en



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Wow Olov, Looks interesting, any videos of it in action? |
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Sure:




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Interesting I just watched the video and another on theyre software, but I am a bit confused the software looks like you access each file you want separately from your hard drive and it doesn't have a data base like SKF etc? or am I missing something? 
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It is a MS access database i believe but they are sort of file based so they can behave like that, you can also upgrade to MSSQL if you like. It is note a homemade flat file like some others.. I think MS do it like that as the Jet database engine still works in windows and drives access stuff and you work with the data inside the software in a SQL way so it is maybe sort of easy to move to a SQL database engine if you like or have multi user needs w/o having the hazzel to install a minimal but still significant oracle database engine in your portable as some do.
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Nice device!

In my opinion, any modern Portable Data Collector should include an IR camera as well as ultrasound and MCA capabilities.

How does it work Oli? Is it possible to take a picture as one extra point of the machine route?
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I agree Vogel, I think Ultrasound is available from Adash VA3 and Va4 now on theyre latest units.

I think the imager is thermal only from looking at the video I don't think it takes a standard image? Oli y6ou do your work with this unit if I recall?
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It is a IR camera and a temp reading is possible in  the route. IR picture can be saved and reported with the analysis toolkit.
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