Single-unit price: $79.99 + shipping
Campaign ends when minimum unit count is reached
tCam-Mini is a small wireless streaming thermal imaging camera designed by Dan Julio to make it easy to get and use radiometric data from a Flir Lepton 3.5 sensor. Radiometric data includes the temperature of every pixel captured by the Lepton allowing all kinds of interesting thermographic analysis. Of course that data can also be turned into the beautiful false-color images everyone associates with thermal imaging.
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.
The companion desktop application makes it easy to use the camera and analyze the data from it.
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. Precompiled binary files are also provided for easy upgrades.
Development is ongoing with new features and additional software support planned including a python library and web server.
This campaign introduces tCam-Mini and leverages Group Gets manufacturing capability to make tCam-Mini available to thermography enthusiasts everywhere.
One tCam-Mini with no Lepton
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This accessory is required for tCam-Mini to work.
300.0 mm (0.98') Micro USB Cable
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