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lesto

i see.
is possible #define what incluse, so we can leave out LCD and camera, and just use a pc to display data?
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maxbot


i see.
is possible #define what incluse, so we can leave out LCD and camera, and just use a pc to display data?


Thats the idead behind V1 ;) You can always build it on your own, here you go: http://www.cheap-thermocam.net/downloads-v1/

maxbot

Update: The successor of the Cheap-Thermocam V4, called DIY-Thermocam, is now available as a self-assembly kit ! For more information, check out www.diy-thermocam.net

maxbot

Update 2: Today, the store has been updated!
It's now also possible to buy single components, either from me or an external distributor near you. That enables you to choose what parts you want to buy, and from what source.
In addition, I added the schematic and the enclosure design file to the download section. So if you want to make your own nice case or your own board, you can do that easily !
Check out the new store concept: http://www.diy-thermocam.net/store/

maxbot

There have been some changes, which I would like to inform you about:

- A new thermal analysis software for the PC is available, called ThermoVision. It allows various options to edit, analyze and save thermal data from the device.
- The standalone thermal viewer software written in Python allows HQ thermal s, taking photos & recording videos on the PC. As always, the source code is open-source.
- The USB serial communication protocol is now open, so everyone can communicate with the DIY-Thermocam easily and write own applications or get access to the raw data.

Check out www.diy-thermocam.net for all the new updates!

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