PureThermal Mini is a hackable thermal webcam for the FLIR Lepton (2.x – 3.x) LWIR camera core. It is the result of listening to our thousands of PureThermal 1 users and giving them what they want: four mounting holes, pads for optional EM shielding, less complex circuitry, and perhaps best of all, USB DFU. That’s right, a JTAG breakout board will no longer be required to update PureThermal 2. This is a development kit ready to be embedded into a production system.
STM32F412 ARM microprocessor. Execute on-board image processing without the need for an external system or SBC.
USB UVC works on Windows, Linux, Mac, and Android.
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