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I have a large EICR to carry out for a company that carries out CNC engineering, its going to be a PITA as they are open 24-7 so there will be areas that I'm unable to inspect. So i was hoping to use a Thermal camera in theses areas.

Looking at both these cameras it seems they are Low resolution however it looks that you can get a suitable picture by using the picture overlay mode, the temperature range is enough for electrical reports.
My old company used to have a Fluke Ti32 (i think) but thats way out of my budget.

Anyone used these ?
 
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As you're familiar with the Ti32, which at circa £7k to buy is clearly a few leagues above the other two budget units you mentioned, it may be worth hiring one, for this job. £300 per week from Instrotech in Watford
 
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