tCam-Mini with Lepton FS (round 2)
danjuliodesigns, Teledyne FLIR
tCam-Mini is a small wireless streaming thermal imaging camera designed by Dan Julio. tCam-Mini comes with a capable desktop application, running on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows, making it easy-to-use, right out of the box. Custom applications running on any platform can easily communicate with tCam-Mini via a socket interface. Commands and data are transferred as easy-to-parse json strings.
is a non-radiometric 160 x 120 resolution micro thermal camera module with reduced thermal sensitivity, reduced scene dynamic range, and up to 3% inoperable pixels but thefor a factory Lepton. These units balance performance and price, enabling monitoring applications where radiometry is not required and pixel-level image information is less important than broad thermal data. With the lowest cost per pixel in the Lepton family, low power consumption, and simple integration, Lepton FS provides integrators an appropriate thermal capability for innovative thermal monitoring products in smart building automation, security, occupancy sensing, and more.
(Lepton FS is non-radiometric, you may not get any temperature data in the app)
The hardware and firmware design files are available in Dan's Github repository. The firmware is designed to be compiled using Espressif IDF tools and new code can be loaded via the built-in USB Serial port. The desktop application and precompiled binary files are also available for quick download at Dan’s website.
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PureThermal Mini Pro is a hackable thermal webcam for the FLIR Lepton (2.x - 3.x, FS) LWIR camera core. It can has multiple connection options such as solder straight to the board or a custom cable using the JST-SR port. The PTMini Pro also features four mounting holes, less complex circuitry, and perhaps best of all, USB DFU. This is a development kit ready to be embedded into a production system.
We've been quietly working on the design for awhile and rest assured, we stuck with the same STM32F4 MCU so yours and our existing firmware will easily port.
The PureThermal Breakout Board is an easy to interface evaluation board used to quickly evaluate the FLIR Lepton® thermal camera modules (2.x - 3.x, FS). It’s compatible with many low-cost ARM based evaluation boards, in addition it’s easy to connect to pin outs for Arduino or via short jumper wires to Raspberry Pi.
PureThermal 2 is a hackable thermal webcam for the FLIR Lepton (2.x - 3.x, FS) LWIR camera core. It is the result of listening to our thousands of PureThermal 1 users and giving them what they want: four mounting holes, pads for optional EM shielding, less complex circuitry, and perhaps best of all, USB DFU. That's right, a JTAG breakout board will no longer be required to update PureThermal 2. This is a development kit ready to be embedded into a production system.
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