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Thermal Imaging System Owners Operation Manual

WARNING DISASSEMBLY OF THE COMPONENTS BEYOND THE PROCEDURES DESCRIBED HEREIN SHALL NOT BE PERFORMED. ADDITIONAL DISASSEMBLY MAY CAUSE COMPONENT DAMAGE AND SHALL BE PERFORMED ONLY BY AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL OR THE FACTORY.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface


Warnings and Exclusions

1.0 Specifications 2.0 Operator Facilities 3.0 Operation


3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 Placing battery into VISION3 Camera Turning the Camera ON and OFF Using the Handstraps Installing the Pistol Grip Handle Using the Optional Pistol Grip Handle Using the Camera in Firefighting Mode Connecting to a remote TV via Hardware Connecting to a remote TV via Video Link Plus Low Battery Indicator

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4.0 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries 5.0 Cleaning and Maintenance 6.0 Internal Mix Adjustments
6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 Brightness Video/Thermal VIDEOMIX Adjustment Detector Gain Date and Time Stamps

7.0 Critical User Instructions and Troubleshooting Guide 8.0 Optional Feature and Accessories
8.1 ACCUTEMP 8.2 VIDEOMIX 8.3 ANNOTATION 8.4 COLOR ENHANCEMENT 8.5 VIDEOLINK PLUS

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Warranty
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ALL THERMAL IMAGERS NEED A LITTLE TLC All Thermal Imagers are complex electronic equipment. This equipment can be reliable and can function for many years under normal conditions. However, it is important to remember that Thermal Imagers are not like many other tools in the fire service. Reasonable care must be taken when using a thermal imager. Fire service often evaluates equipment and forms opinions based on how difficult it is to break the equipment. Just for the record, YOU CAN BREAK this piece of equipment. The VISION3 Thermal Imaging System is ruggedized and waterproofed for fire service, however, there are limits. Please use this equipment as it was intended - to be your extra eyes specially calibrated for the fireground. To see through smoke, find fire, and save the lives of both firefighters and the public. Care for this equipment as if it were your own eyes.

WARNINGS AND EXCLUSIONS


IMPORTANT: Users must read this document prior to using the ISI VISION3 Thermal Imaging System. WARNING: The ISI VISION3 Thermal Imaging System is not life support equipment and should not be used as such.

Before using the VISION3 Thermal Imaging System, users must understand the following: 1. All users must be thoroughly familiar with the VISION3s proper operation and limitations prior to use. Improper use of the equipment in a hazardous atmosphere could result in serious injury or death. 2. The VISION3 Thermal Imaging System is not life support equipment. It is a navigational tool, and under certain conditions, will provide a special visual image of immediate surroundings in smoke filled, fog covered or completely dark environments.
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3. The service life of the VISION3 Thermal Imaging System depends in part on the environmental conditions in which the equipment is used. Under heavy usage, or under extreme environmental conditions, the service life of the equipment may be reduced. 4. The VISION3 Thermal Imaging System is complex electronic equipment and just like any other machinery, electronic systems are subject to potential failures. If a failure occurs, the user will no longer have access to the special visual image provided by the VISION3 system and will be exposed to the same conditions as personnel operating without the equipment. Therefore, tactical usage of this equipment must not deviate from standard operating procedures used by personnel who do not have the benefit of the equipment. Failure to follow standard operating procedures in a hazardous atmosphere may result in disorientation, injury or death should an equipment failure occur. 5. The VISION3 Thermal Imaging System must be serviced only by authorized personnel. Under no circumstances should any attempt be made to service the equipment by unauthorized personnel. The VISION3 operates under high voltage. The cover or casing of the VISION3 should never be removed by unauthorized personnel. 6. VISION3 Thermal Imaging System must only be used by personnel familiar with the usage and limitations of the System. That includes usage in simulated fire conditions such as controlled live burn situations. Usage of the VISION3 Thermal Imaging System by unauthorized, unfamiliar or untrained users may result in injury or death. 7. Exposure to high temperature environments for an extended period of time may result in degradation or loss of the thermal image. Be sure not to overexpose or heat saturate the equipment. If possible degradation of the thermal image is observed, remove the equipment from the high heat environment and allow for a cool down period until the thermal image is restored to normal. Failure to provide adequate cool-down may result in system failure which could result in injury or death.

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8. Repeated exposure to high temperature environments without adequate cool-down periods may result in degradation or loss of the thermal image. Be sure to allow adequate cool-down periods between high temperature exposures. 9. Users should be conscious of the battery life. It is advisable to only enter a hazardous environment when a full battery charge is indicated on the battery charge indicator. Entering a hazardous environment with inadequate battery charge could result in system failure contributing to injury or death. 10. Although the VISION3 Thermal Imager is IP67 waterproof, the system will not provide thermal images underwater. 11. The VISION3 Thermal Imager will not provide images through glass, water, or shiny objects. These surfaces act like mirrors to the system. 12. The VISION3 Thermal Imaging System does not improve impaired vision. Users with impaired vision should continue to use ophthalmic devices while using the system. 13. The VISION3 Thermal Imaging System is not rated as Intrinsically Safe. Do not use the system in environments or atmospheres where static or a spark will cause explosion. 14. Electromagnetic radiation (radio transmissions) may cause interference to the VISION3 Thermal Imaging System. 15. Never point the ISI VISION3 directly to the sun. Damage to the detector may occur. WARNING: Batteries supplied with the VISION3 Thermal Imaging System have been selected based on specific performance values. Replacement batteries must exactly match the ratings and configuration of those originally supplied with the equipment. Use of unaproved batteries may result in system malfunctions that could result in injury or death. The equipment will not operate for its specified amount of time if the battery is not fully charged.

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DANGER: Firefighting and Emergency Operations are ultra hazardous and could result in injury of death. No level of training or preparedness will ensure your safety in every situation. Never use this equipment without completely reading the instructions and being extremely familiar with the usage, characteristics, and limitations of this equipment in fireground or other hostile environments. It is suggested that this level of preparedness include simulated testing in a controlled live burn exercise before deploying the equipment in actual emergency situations. It is important to always test the equipment to ensure that equipment is functional before entering a hostile environment. Failure to properly close and seal the battery compartment compromises the systems waterproofing. If the battery or its contacts get wet, it may cause the VISION3 Thermal Imaging System to stop working and/or cause system damage, which may result in injury or death. Never use the VISION3 Thermal Imaging System as the sole source of navigation. If system failure occurs, you may become disoriented or lost in a hostile environment which could result in injury or death. The VISION3 Thermal Imaging System provides a thermal image in dark or smoky conditions. The user could become distracted from safety precautions and protocols, leaving a partner or the communications range of the incident command structure which could result in injury or death. Failure to exit a hostile environment immediately on observation of the low battery warning may result in system failure in a hostile environment which could result in injury or death. The ISI VISION3 Thermal Imaging System has been ruggedized as much as possible for fire service. However, it is a highly complex piece of electronic equipment and should be treated as such. The VISION3 will withstand the normal bumps that occur in fire service; however, care must be taken not to drop the unit as it may be damaged or the focus may be altered. The VISION3 Thermal Imaging System is an electronic system that will fail if it is abused. Always be sure that the lenses as well as the view finder are always coated with anti-fog material. 6
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SPECIFICATIONS
Configuration Case Construction Approx. Dimensions: Height Width Length Sensor Hand-Held Glass Filled Nylon

6.26 in. 5.00 in 11.55 in. (includes visor) Barium Strontium Titanite (BST) Solid State 328 X 245 4 lbs, 8 oz. (with battery) 6V rechargeable NiMH batteries 3.6 amp-hour or greater Up to 3.0 hours nominal at 22C 59 0.07C Nominal EIA, 525 lines, 60Hz

Array Size Weight: Power Source:

Operating Endurance: Field of View: NETD: Video Output:

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OPERATOR FACILITIES

Figure 1. ON/OFF SWITCH

On/Off Switch Video / Power output for Optional Video Link Plus Wireless Transmission System

Figure 2. HAND STRAP, NECKSTRAP AND OPTIONAL PISTOL GRIP HANDLE WITH WRIST STRAP Neckstrap (Not Shown) Side Handle Strap

Wrist Strap (Not Shown)

Pistol Grip (Optional)

STANDARD COMPONENTS INCLUDED (1) Thermal Imaging Camera (2) Rechargeable NiMH Batteries (1) Battery Charger (1) Neckstrap (1) Carrying Case (1) AC / DC Power Supply for Battery Charger (1) Cigarette Lighter Adapter for battery charger (1) Operation Manual (1) Warranty card

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3.0

OPERATION

The rechargeable batteries included with the VISION3 are shipped uncharged. They must be charged before they will be usable. Refer to the instructions supplied with the battery charger. Note: The battery should not be left in an in-service imager for an extended period of time without a standard checking procedure. On-line protection circuitry will gradually discharge the battery if it is not checked and replaced periodically. 3.1 Placing Battery into the VISION3 Camera 3.1.1 Invert the unit and place on a clean, non-abrasive surface. Release the battery cover by pushing the latch lock in and pulling on the latch tab. 3.1.2. Unhook the battery latch and open the battery compartment.

3.1.3 Place the battery inside the battery cover with the contact side exposed so that it faces the bottom of the camera when the battery cover is closed. Note: The battery may be oriented as shown or reversed.

3.1.4 Close and latch the battery compartment.

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3.2 Turning the Camera On and Off. 3.2.1 To turn the camera on, press and hold the red button under the viewfinder for about one second. 3.2.2 Notice the green indicator light to the left of the LCD viewfinder will illuminate. Additionally, the LCD display will illuminate and show number of on/off cycles and total hours of operation. 3.2.3 Wait approximately 30 to 60 seconds for the infrared sensor electronics to self test. 3.2.4 After 30 to 60 seconds, you will notice that the thermal image will appear on the screen. Be sure to point the camera to an object or person such that a thermal image can be distinguished by the camera. 3.2.5 After approximately 1 minute of continuous use, a small white horizontal bar will be observed on the bottom left side of the viewfinder display. This is normal. 3.2.6 To turn the camera off, press and hold the red power button below the viewfinder until the display is off. Note: The button must be held for 3 to 5 seconds to shut the camera off. This is a safety feature to avoid inadvertently hitting the switch and causing the camera to turn off accidentally. 3.3 Using the Handstraps: 3.3.1 The ISI VISION3 is equipped with an easy to use and easily adjustable camcorder style handstrap that is compatible with firefighting gloves. The handstrap promotes a secure grip on the camera. The handstrap is adjustable by the buckle. 3.3.2 Loosen the buckle on the hand strap to give it enough room to slide your hand between the hand strap and the camera. Take care not to over loosen the side straps to the extent that they offer no support.

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3.3.3 Slide your hand through the strap so that your fingers grab the side of the case. 3.3.4 Tighten the straps using the buckle. The straps should be comfortably tight.

3.4 Installing the Optional Pistol Grip Handle 3.4.1 The VISION3 camera is available with an optional pistol grip handle. 3.4.2 To install the pistol grip, use the three screws that are provided with the pistol grip. Attach the pistol grip as shown and tighten the screws securely.

3.5 Using the Optional Pistol Grip Handle 3.5.1 Place your hand through the wrist strap, then grip the camera. 3.6 Using the Camera in a firefighting mode: 3.6.1The VISION3 camera is equipped with a BST thermal detector. The systems detector is sensitive enough to provide images in fire and non-fire environments. Additionally, the VISION3 is equipped with digital saturation control that allow you to clearly image very large fires. However, for optimal viewing for search and rescue in the vicinity of a fire, do not include the fire in the viewfinder. 3.6.2 The camera is IP67 waterproof and will withstand short term immersion in water to a depth of 3 feet.

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3.6.3 The camera should not be used in environments exceeding 800 F for longer than 2 minutes. 3.7 Connecting to a remote TV via hardwire: 3.7.1 You will need a suitable cable (one end a standard U.S. BNC connector) with the necessary adapters to connect to your TV or VCR. 3.7.2 You will need the VISION3 Remote Video Adapter. 3.7.3 Unscrew the dust cap from Video/ Power output. (See figure 1, page 8.)

3.7.4 Connect the female four pin side of the Remote Video Adapter to the custom 4 way connector. 3.7.5 Connect your cable - BNC connector to the Remote Video Adapter. 3.7.6 Connect your cable to your TV or VCR. Set your TV up to receive the video signal. (See your TVs manual for proper settings/channels.) Note: When using a substantial length of video cable it is advisable to relieve stress on the adapter leads by fastening or clipping the main cable to the camera. 3.8 Connecting to a remote TV via Video Link Plus 3.8.1 The Video Link Plus wireless transmitter mates with the slide connector on the left side of the camera and connects to the custom 4 way connector found on the back of the camera below the viewfinder. A separate Video Link Operation Manual is supplied with Video Link Plus. Make sure the antenna is always connected during use.

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3.9 Low Battery Indicator 3.9.1 When the VISION3 is NOT equipped with the optional annotation electronics, the battery indicator is a visible LED light to the left of the monitor display. When on full charge, the LED is green. As the charge drops to half, the LED turns yellow. And as the charge drops below 1/4, the LED turns red. When there is only approx. 5 minutes left, the LED blinks red. The exact time remaining depends on the battery type, temperature, and history of use. 3.9.2 When the VISION3 is equipped with the optional annotation electronics, an additional battery level indicator is an on-screen battery shaped icon. The inside of the icon changes from solid to transparent, while the outline of the icon remains intact, as the battery charge reduces. When the battery is at approx. 5 minutes remaining, the words low battery flash at the bottom left side of the screen. Additionally, when the optional annotation electronics are installed, the battery level can be transmitted to a remote monitor location using the Video-Link Plus wireless transmission system. 3.9.3 All ISI VISION3 units are fitted with a battery protection circuit, which prevents excessive discharge of rechargeable battery packs. Its function is to interrupt power to the camera when the battery voltage falls below a predetermined voltage. The circuit resets automatically on replacement of the battery pack.

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Rechargeable NiMH batteries

The VISION3 comes equipped with two (2) Duracell DR-11 Nickel Metal Hydride (6 v, 3.6AH or greater) batteries, or equivalent. These batteries are recommended. For battery charger operating details, please refer to the operating instructions supplied with the battery charger.

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5.0

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

External surfaces of the case, base, visor, lens, viewing window, straps and lanyard should be cleaned by wiping with a weak solution of mild detergent and warm water. Dry and polish with a soft, lint-free cloth, taking care to avoid scratching the optical surfaces. Periodically check battery cartridge terminals, connector terminals, video socket, on/off switch, locking latch and hinge for contamination. Clean as necessary with a soft, lint-free cloth.

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INTERNAL MIX ADJUSTMENTS

CAUTION: Certain functions on the VISION3 are user adjustable. We recommend that only specific authorized personnel attempt to change the cameras internal adjustments. Incorrectly adjusting these parameters could seriously degrade the image quality of the camera. The adjustment potentiometers are located in the battery compartment. To access these adjustments:

1. Place the camera upside down on a clean non abrasive surface. 2. Open the battery compartment 3. Remove the battery 4. Unscrew the protective screws that cover the adjustment holes. 5. Place the battery on the battery contacts as shown. 6. Secure the battery to the battery contacts using tape or large rubber band. Note: The battery must be in place before any adjustments can be made. 7. Turn the unit on by depressing the red power button.

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8. Take care to make sure the VIDEOMIX button is not depressed. 9. Wait for the camera to self check and provide a thermal image on the internal viewfinder. 10. You can adjust these settings using a small, flat blade screwdriver for all adjustments except the date/time stamp. Date/time must be adjusted using a small pointer to depress the adjustment buttons. There are five settings that can be field maintained: Note: Refer to label in battery compartment for designation of adjustment pots. A gentle touch is necessary when using adjustment potentiometers. Do not overadjust or use force. 6.1 BRIGHTNESS: This adjustment controls the brightness of the viewfinder. Any adjustments made will not affect the remote monitor. Turning the adjustment counter clockwise reduces brightness, while turning it clockwise adds brightness. The optimum brightness level is that which is most pleasing to your eye and allows the greatest amount of detail in the thermal image.

6.2 VIDEO / THERMAL VIDEOMIX ADJUSTMENT This adjustment controls the amount of video versus thermal mixture when the VIDEOMIX button is depressed. Turning the adjustment counterclockwise adds more thermal and reduces video, while turning it clockwise adds more video than thermal. The correct mixture is one that allows users to see a clear video picture, yet have ample and distinguishable thermal signatures. It is normal for the thermal and video images, at times, not to superimpose exactly.

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6.3 DETECTOR GAIN This adjustment allows users to select the originating point for detector gain. The detector gain is a critical adjustment and affects both the image in the internal and external viewfinders. Avoid adjusting this parameter. Because of the critical nature of this setting, adjustments should be attempted by a trained technician only. Call ISI for assistance.

6.4 DATE AND TIME STAMPS This adjustment changes the date or time stamps that are transmitted to a remote monitor. Note: To make this adjustment, you must have a remote monitor connected to the VISION3 either by Video Link Plus wireless transmitter, or by hard-wire. The adjustments for the date and time stamp work very similar to the adjustments on a standard bedside digital clock radio. That is, you highlight the digits to change, then move the digits forward until the desired setting appears on the display. To adjust date or time, first highlight the digit to be changed by gently pressing the button in location SW-2. A cursor will appear. You can scroll through the different digits of date and time by repeatedly pressing this button. When you have highlighted the correct digit, move the digit forward by pressing the button in Location SW-1. The numbers only scroll forward, therefore if you need to reduce the value of the digit, for instance, to reduce the month, scroll through the months 1 through 12, then the display will repeat with month 1 again. After the correct date and time has been set, let the unit run for approximately 15 to 20 seconds to register the change, or until the change cursor disappears.

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CRITICAL USER INSTRUCTIONS

MAINTENANCE 7.1 Inspect the ISI VISION3 Thermal Imaging System for structural, heat, and/or chemical damage. 7.2 Inspect the mechanical hardware to make sure no screws have loosened and no o-rings or gaskets have come loose or have been misplaced. 7.3 Inspect all lenses for heat or chemical damage, cracks and breaks. 7.4 Check that all warning labels are intact. 7.5 Inspect all battery contacts for damage. 7.6 Inspect all batteries and battery adapters for damage or leakage. 7.7 Inspect Battery Charger. 7.8 Check all switches including the battery charger for proper indication that systems are running correctly. 7.9 Inspect battery charger contact points for corrosion or damage. 7.10. Make sure battery charger is charging by placing a battery into the charger and making sure the LCD display on the battery charger reacts accordingly. See the instructions for the battery charger for details.

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8.0 Optional Features and Accessories:


8.1 ACCUTEMP The ACCUTEMP system is a non-contact temperature measurement feature that allows firefighters to estimate the surface temperature of objects from a remote location. When the ACCUTEMP system is installed, the internal viewfinder will be equipped with small crosshairs in the center of the screen. To measure the temperature of an object, place the crosshairs on the center of the object. The surface temperature of the object is displayed on the bottom right corner of the viewfinder, and also transmitted to a remote monitor when used in conjunction with the Video Link Plus Transmission System. ACCUTEMP takes a one foot diameter to every 45 feet of distance. For example, if the object is 90 feet away, a 2 foot circumference of the object is used to determine the temperature. If the object is 11 feet away, the circumference used is only 4 inches. The further away the object, the more ambient air influences the temperature reading. ACCUTEMP is retrofittable to VISION3 at any time by calling ISI, and returning the camera to the factory for retrofitting. Note:When ACCUTEMP option is purchased, it automatically includes all annotation features.

8.2 VIDEOMIX The VIDEOMIX system is an optional feature that allows firefighters to obtain a standard video image of the scene, superimposed on the thermal image. When a VISION3 camera is equipped with VIDEOMIX, there will be a button on the top of the camera. Simply press and hold the button to activate the VIDEOMIX visual camera. The effect is a combination Thermal Image and Video Image of the scene. The mixture is user settable between 70% and 30%. (See 6.2 for adjustment instructions.) VIDEOMIX is retrofittable to VISION3 at any time by calling ISI, and returning the camera to the factory for retrofitting.

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Note: VIDEOMIX is not compatable with color enhancement option. 8.3 ANNOTATION The annotation enhancements primary function is to display information on the screen graphically. With the annotation feature installed, the following are displayed: 8.4.1 A battery level indicator is on the lower left hand side of both the internal viewfinder and the remote monitor. This is in the shape of a horizontal battery which depletes over time. The inside of the icon changes from solid to transparent, while the outline of the icon remains intact. As the battery charge reduces to approximately 5 minutes left, Low Battery will begin to flash over the indicator bar. 8.4.2 Current time and date, plus elapsed time from cameras power up is displayed only on a remote monitor. 8.4 COLOR ENHANCEMENT The color enhancement option uses a pre-assigned color palette to assign colors to shades of gray representing temperature ranges. Color enhancement is most useful in normal ambient temperatures but not necessarily in super heated atmospheres. Note: Color Enhancement is not compatable with VIDEOMIX. 8.5 VIDEO LINK PLUS Video Link Plus allows Command and Control personnel to see and video tape actual thermal and video scenes from inside the fire via wireless video transmission. Video Link Plus is IP67 waterproof and is completely portable from one VISION3 camera to another. All VISION3 cameras are upgradable to Video Link Plus without having to return the camera to the ISI service center. A separate operators manual is provided with Video Link Plus. The Video Link Plus is not rated as Intrinsically Safe. Do not use the system in environments or atmospheres where static or a spark will cause explosion.
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9.0

WARRANTY

International Safety Instruments, Inc. warrants this product to the original owner to be free of defects in material and workmanship for the one year from the date of purchase. ISIs obligation under this warranty is limited to the replacement or repair, at ISIs option of any defective part, if returned to ISI in Lawrenceville, GA., or an authorized distributor, with shipping charges prepaid by the owner, and which, upon inspection by ISI, shall prove to have been defective in normal use and service. This warranty does not apply to equipment malfunction or damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, or abuse of the equipment including, but not limited to, power surges, over exposure to heat, defective power supply, abnormal wear and tear or other perils outside the design tolerances of the system. In addition, this warranty does not apply to elastomer or rubber components since they can be adversely affected by undue exposure to heat, sun, water, ozone, or other deteriorative elements. The decision as to what constitutes normal use shall be made solely by ISI. To maintain this warranty, the purchaser must perform maintenance and inspections as prescribed in the operation and maintenance manual which shall include prompt replacement or repair of defective parts. This warranty is expressed in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, and all other obligations and liabilities on ISIs part. ISI neither assumes nor authorizes any other firm or person to assume on ISIs behalf any liability in any way connected to the sale of ISI Products. Batteries, battery charger, and cables are covered by separate manufacturers warranties and are not covered by this ISI warranty.

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Thermal Imaging System

Owners Operation Manual

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By order of the United States Department of Commerce Bureau of Export Control, this Thermal Imaging Camera may not be shipped or hand carried outside the borders of the owners home country without first obtaining the proper export license from their respective government department or the United States Department of Commerce. Violation of this warning may result in fine or imprisonment according to the United States Export Administration Regulations, 15 CFR, Parts 730-774.

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