PureThermal 2 with Lepton 3.5 (Round 2)
PureThermal 2 Smart I/O Module with Thermal by FLIR® is a hackable thermal USB webcam for the FLIR Lepton® thermal imaging camera core. It ships pre-configured to operate as a plug-and-play UVC 1.0 USB thermal webcam that will work with standard webcam and video apps on all major platforms. For developers, its reference firmware, viewer software, and hardware schematic are all open source.
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The radiometric Lepton 3.5 is the most recent addition to FLIR’s micro thermal camera family. Leverage 19,200 (160x120) pixels worth of calibrated radiometric output from this tiny yet mighty microelectronic masterpiece. This significant technology upgrade over its predecessors maintains the same form-factor as the 1.x to 3.0 cores so existing Lepton-based hardware can be easily updated utilizing the same socket.
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One PureThermal 2 with FLIR Lepton and Micro-USB Cable
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PureThermal Mini Pro is a hackable thermal webcam for the FLIR Lepton (2.x - 3.x) 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.
This is the latest version of the original breakout board for the FLIR Lepton. That lets you plug in all Lepton types into your favorite single-board computing platform like Raspberry Pi, Intel Edison, and more.
This new board has two new pins, VSync and Enable
All required Lepton system voltages, I2C pullups, and clocking is provided by this board so you can focus on your application software and not the Lepton setup hardware.