The DIY-Thermocam is an open-source, do-it-yourself thermographic camera for everyone.
The aim of this project is to give private persons, educational institutes or small companies access to a portable and low-cost thermal imaging plattform.
There are various applications like finding heat leaks in the insulation of buildings including windows, the analysis of electric or mechanical components, the detection of persons or animals and many more.
Offered as an easy to assemble kit with almost one-hundred components, the DIY-Thermocam allows you to take advantage of the versatile possibilities of thermal imaging!
The large firmware written in Arduino compatible C++ code can be used as it is adapted to your own needs.
Get the specifications, product data, and more about FLIR Lepton at the product page: https://groupgets.com/manufacturers/flir/products/...
Hackaday Project Page
DIY-Thermocam GitHub Page
Thermal resolution: 80 x 60
Thermal sensitivity: < 0.05° C (50 mK)
Thermal temp. range: -20° C to 120° C
Display: 3.2" 320x240 Touch
Spot sensor temp. range: -70° C to 380° C
Spot sensor temp. accuracy: 0.5° C over wide range
Temp. measurement mode: every position after calibration
Image modes: IR image, visual image, combined
Color modes: Rainbow, Iron, Gray
Storage mode: picture and video
Storage capacity: 2GB internal storage
Operation time: aprox. 4-6 hours
Weight: 0.35 kg
File format: standard BMP and raw data