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PACHMET G600 Microscope with 4,3 "LCD - made in china - Test / Review / Des

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  • #31
    juniorK123
    Level 18  
    For me, as soon as I unplug the charger, one dash drops
  • #32
    CMS
    Administrator of HydePark
    Discharge it until it dries and charge it overnight, then test it. Mine after taking it out of the box and charging it did not last long, but after two cycles it holds up well.
  • #33
    Top Gun
    Level 20  
    Out of curiosity, after this question, I checked my own - after disconnecting from the charger, it dropped to one line within an hour and it kept another 5 hours on this one line, so it probably stays quite long. Overall, I have had this device for several weeks and am satisfied. In my opinion, the equipment is enough for semi-professional activities at home :) Sometimes the LEDs shine too much, but he can deal with it, although brightness control would be useful :)
  • #34
    bestler
    Admin of DIY, Automation
    You have a potentiometer on the side, like in old Walkmans.
  • #36
    nasu
    Level 21  
    Can I somehow connect an additional monitor to this G600?
  • #37
    Top Gun
    Level 20  
    I doubt it a bit, but on the other hand, it seems to me that this display is quite sufficient.
  • #38
    CMS
    Administrator of HydePark
    It can be connected to a computer, it works with virtually any webcam application.
  • #39
    nasu
    Level 21  
    Well, I've already ordered $ 43.60 with shipping.
    I wonder what else is it? A stick tripod, but ..
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  • #40
    Top Gun
    Level 20  
    A bit different than the one we're talking about :) This "our" has a better tripod.
  • #41
    nasu
    Level 21  
    I ordered our one Tem with a stick tripod has a tilting monitor For a tripod you would have to pay 17 $
  • #44
    Top Gun
    Level 20  
    Well ... one learns to ask for help from others :)
  • #45
    nasu
    Level 21  
    Just arrived and rather 0.3Mpi, not 3.6Mpi, but you can see well. After connecting to Win10> Camera on 27 "you can see the imperfection of these Mpi and some distortions, but practically no delay. Expensive to work on the 4mm * 2 field of work, you only have to wave" 50 "before. it is better to add bent lamps to the eyes.
  • #46
    CMS
    Administrator of HydePark
    nasu wrote:
    and the leds give the eyes


    bestler wrote:
    You have a potentiometer on the side, like in old Walkmans.
  • #47
    tplewa
    Level 38  
    nasu wrote:
    Just arrived and rather 0.3Mpi, not 3.6Mpi, but you can see well. After connecting to Win10> Camera on 27 "you can see the imperfection of these Mpi and some distortions, but practically no delay. Expensive to work on the 4mm * 2 field of work, you only have to wave" 50 "before. it is better to add bent lamps to the eyes.


    I will say so, it arrived a while ago but I didn't have the chance to test it more. Unfortunately, while the delays are probably acceptable, this is what occurs with cameras, i.e. reflections from tin, etc. On the black solder mask it looked very uninteresting (everything was hard to read) ...

    But please don't take that opinion to heart. It was a quick test. If I find time, I will make a tripod so that the equipment is more stable and I will try to better test this miracle.
  • #48
    nasu
    Level 21  
    CMS wrote:
    nasu wrote:
    and the leds give the eyes


    bestler wrote:
    You have a potentiometer on the side, like in old Walkmans.

    You can completely turn off the backlight with this potentiometer from the side, as in old walkmans, only then you can not see anything ??
    It looks much better to use additional lighting on the sides like this
    PACHMET G600 Microscope with 4,3 "LCD - made in china - Test / Review / Des
    This is from mine without brightness adjustment etc.
    PACHMET G600 Microscope with 4,3 "LCD - made in china - Test / Review / Des PACHMET G600 Microscope with 4,3 "LCD - made in china - Test / Review / Des PACHMET G600 Microscope with 4,3 "LCD - made in china - Test / Review / Des
  • #49
    Top Gun
    Level 20  
    I confirm - sometimes reflections are a problem - then I turn off the backlight completely (if the reduction does not help) and bring the ordinary lamp closer to the side - usually enough.

    Out of curiosity - you also have that, when you look at the monitor, the soldering iron is strangely operated? Somehow my hand loses orientation :D
  • #50
    tplewa
    Level 38  
    Top Gun wrote:

    Out of curiosity - you also have that, when you look at the monitor, the soldering iron is strangely operated? Somehow my hand loses orientation :D


    Because it's normal :) you see the whole thing flat - this is what a stereoscopic microscope eliminates ... That's why I also asked about delays in this topic - because in total both these effects lead to a situation that soldering smaller elements becomes a light nightmare ... You can probably get used to it, but I would prefer then invest in the microscope head (you can buy it for $ 160 or cheaper if you do not want to attach the camera) and make a tripod that significantly increases the price of such a microscope and shipment (large weight).
  • #51
    Top Gun
    Level 20  
    I was already afraid that something was wrong with me :D

    For now, I will not be looking for anything else - it remains to get used to it :) And looking into glasses also takes some getting used to - am I wrong?
  • #52
    tplewa
    Level 38  
    Top Gun wrote:
    I was already afraid that something was wrong with me :D

    For now, I will not be looking for anything else - it remains to get used to it :) And looking into glasses also takes some getting used to - am I wrong?


    I will say that, there is no point in comparing - but you have to see it and that's it (if someone lives in a larger city, where there is a Delta Optical or other similar company where you can see their showroom, it is worth going and drawing conclusions).

    I will say as I mentioned, so far I did not have time to test this microscope - just checked if it works and it landed in the box. However, I can already see that this equipment is far from comfortable working, although it is probably possible. The question of self-denial - I prefer comfort and job security, even if you have to pay for it (health and nerves more important than cash). Another thing on the PCB, which I mentioned a few posts above, I also did not dare to solder, because if I would blow something, I would have several such microscopes in my back ... If I find time, I will make a better stand and practice soldering on some scrap ...


    Which does not change the fact that such a microscope will be useful to me sometimes when I want to see the markings of elements or carry out some inspection, etc., etc. I do not have to take out a large microscope right away - which at the moment takes up too much space for me (unfortunately I have a very small workplace and a constant lack of time to organize a larger work table).
  • #53
    nasu
    Level 21  
    It's fun to work much better on a 27 "monitor. In addition, I turned the table backwards and put a load on it, the soldered plate lies firmly on the desk.
  • #54
    Darek.S
    Level 33  
    Hello. I personally own the Delta Optical "Discovery L" and I am very happy. Sterescopy, long working distance, but I wrote a separate thread about it. Arko recommended this invention to me and I ordered it for a little over a hundred. Mainly, I wanted to take photos before the repair, because it happened that something blown away and there was a problem.
    Yesterday it arrived.
    After connecting to the computer, Windows installed the drivers but there was no application to view the image. After removing it from the USB, the microscope blew. Luckily, a reset on the back helped. Looking for some instructions / applications, I found this article.
    I haven't inserted a microSD card yet.
    grawastar1986 wrote:
    I have had such a microscope for over a year. I have never connected it to a computer and after this article I will not connect anymore :)

    It's just that I bought it for this purpose ...
    CMS wrote:
    It can be connected to a computer, it works with virtually any webcam application.

    If you can ask for one that worked best.
    As for the tripod, I have the cheapest one with a suction cup, but I already have a patent for a lift and better stability, but it will be in the photo when I come back to myself.
  • #56
    Darek.S
    Level 33  
    I started the last (endoscope) and the previous two do not really want to unpack. I tried two apps but it only pulls out txt. Can't you pack it with a normal zip?
  • #57
    Top Gun
    Level 20  
    Darek.S wrote:
    I started the last one (endoscope) and the previous two do not want to unpack too much. i tried two apps but it only pulls out txt. Can't be a normal zip?


    Winrar unpacked without any problem.
  • #58
    CMS
    Administrator of HydePark
    I only use one packer, it's called 7zip.
  • #59
    Darek.S
    Level 33  
    My favorite Total Commander in the latest version communicates "error in packed file", indeed 7zip gives advice.
    The photo I promised, how I got it (tripod)
    PACHMET G600 Microscope with 4,3 "LCD - made in china - Test / Review / Des
    All in all, this microscope is not that stupid. In any case, a photo can be taken better than with a cell phone because it is magnified.
    And simpler things can be done where stereoscopy is not required.
    In fact, it's good to have both.
  • #60
    Darek.S
    Level 33  
    So yeah. I can say something more because I have tested both. On the occasion of the exchange of Ace on the 15th (Ala ma Asa Asa has Ala - this is an association with a primer from old times :ok: )
    But to the point - to take photos as much as possible. But not with the tripod I got. Here, it is necessary to set the height to a large extent in order to obtain an image with different fields of view. Somehow I managed to put the washers. But that's not the point ...
    PACHMET G600 Microscope with 4,3 "LCD - made in china - Test / Review / Des PACHMET G600 Microscope with 4,3 "LCD - made in china - Test / Review / Des
    For comparison, a photo with a Samsung 5610 in macro mode
    PACHMET G600 Microscope with 4,3 "LCD - made in china - Test / Review / Des
    As for soldering under this system, it has already been said
    tplewa wrote:
    Top Gun wrote:

    Out of curiosity - you also have that, when you look at the monitor, the soldering iron is strangely operated? Somehow my hand loses orientation :D


    Because it's normal :) you see the whole thing flat - this is what a stereoscopic microscope eliminates ... That's why I also asked about delays in this topic - because in total both these effects lead to a situation that soldering smaller elements becomes a light nightmare ... You can probably get used to it, but I would prefer then invest in the microscope head (you can buy it for $ 160 or cheaper if you do not want to attach the camera) and make a tripod that significantly increases the price of such a microscope and shipment (large weight).

    And I can only confirm - lack of depth of field and stereoscopy, i.e. flatness. For this a small but always delay ...
    And it's actually harder to hit the rain.
    Of course, due to the lack of lacquer, a good putty and always better than with the naked eye, and you can get used to some shortcomings. But I can't take pictures with a stereoscopic microscope and the attachment costs a lot, therefore
    Darek.S wrote:

    In fact, it's good to have both.

    I just have to work on the tripod ...
    It was more expensive to order. A wise Pole after the damage ...