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Raspberry pi FLIR camera?

Anyone built one of these?

I'm thinking it might be a useful diagnostic aid for finding hotspots in an engine bay, but before I drop 250 on a Lepton 3.5 I'd like to try one out.
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Old 03.01.2019, 09:08
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Re: Raspberry pi FLIR camera?

Yeah, I build pi FLIR's every day... I mean who doesn't?
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Old 03.01.2019, 10:01
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Re: Raspberry pi FLIR camera?

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Anyone built one of these?

I'm thinking it might be a useful diagnostic aid for finding hotspots in an engine bay, but before I drop 250 on a Lepton 3.5 I'd like to try one out.
You just want to build it for fun?
I have a FLIR one attachment for iPhone, tiny little thing I bought from the apple store. I bought it to check if my underfloor heating was working and it did the job just fine.
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Old 03.01.2019, 20:32
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You just want to build it for fun?
Not entirely just for the fun.

It would be used in a professional garage as a diagnostic aid. OBD/CAN, WBO2, a couple of voltage probes, an Amp/frequency display, endoscope. (Not all at the same time.)
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