I tried using the camera. The light just flashes like the charger, on the last light (indicator).
Yes, I’m sure your right. The battery is toast.
It was working fine but just would not “talk” to the camera and will not take a charge.
Charlie B. lost a battery the same way I think.
A Flir Tech came to our Building Science class and I think he said something about the battery. I just can’t remember what he said. He told us a lot about the cameras and batteries. Or it may have been Bob Rodgers…
Anyone need a BX320 battery? P/N: 1195106-05
I found a good deal ($165 vs. >$250) on them.
Anyone know of a better price? It’s a true 2.1Ah vs 1.7Ah capacity.
Had to hunt for hours. The company called me back to confirm within the hour. Seems to have good service policy.
Chuck Can you provide some information on the type of test you are doing?
I have a battery its is a flir battery just like a BX320 But another camera not sure of the camera it is for. As far as i know its a good battery but has not had a charge in a long time. like a year or more.
You are welcome to the battery I would only ask that if your test information will help us inspectors that you advise us with your finding or information on this board.
The battery charger for me is from bestek. The 300w power inverter that I bought from its official site-bestekmall. It is much convenient for me to take away when camping in the countryside. The another way that I like this tool is that it is easy to use, even I have no knowledge about this tool before. Just connect with car cigarette lighter charger outlet. Wish this point is helpful to you.
(Jim Seffrin, Director of Infrared Training)
Can you share the name of the company and their contact information?