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    Nitram

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    Hi… I’ve only been learning about leptons in the last few days. I use lepton 2.5 with Purethermal 2 and run it on MacOS with the tutorial provided on this link

    But it didn’t work. Any related explanation or troubleshooting about this ? Thanks

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    #18588

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    Gonçalo

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    Hello!

    I connected Lepton 3.5 to Adafruit ESP32 Feather and I used this code attached in Arduino. So my problem consists of reading the frames of the camera. With this code, I can’t have any results on Serial Monitor, but if I remove the condition “if (flirController.readNextFrame())”, the Serial Monitor is constantly showing me the results of the first frame, instead of showing me the results continuously.

    I have already changed the baudrate and the clock but the results are the same.

    #include “LeptonFLiR.h”
    //#include “digitalWriteFast.h”
    #include <Wire.h>
    const byte flirCSPin = 22;
    LeptonFLiR flirController(Wire, flirCSPin); // Library using Wire1 and chip select pin D22

    // Fast CS enable/disable routines, using the digitalWriteFast library
    static void fastEnableCS(byte pin) { digitalWrite(22, LOW); }
    static void fastDisableCS(byte pin) { digitalWrite(22, HIGH); }

    void setup() {
    Serial.begin(115200);

    Wire.begin(); // Wire1 must be started first
    Wire.setClock(15000); // Supported baud rates are 100kHz, 400kHz, and 1000kHz
    SPI.begin(); // SPI must be started first as well

    // Using default memory allocation mode 80×60 16bpp and default celsius temperature mode
    flirController.init();

    // Setting use of fast enable/disable methods for chip select
    flirController.setFastCSFuncs(fastEnableCS, fastDisableCS);

    flirController.sys_setTelemetryEnabled(ENABLED); // Ensure telemetry is enabled
    }

    void loop() {
    if (flirController.readNextFrame()) { // Read next frame and store result into internal imageData
    // Find the hottest spot on the frame

    int hotVal = 0, hotX, hotY;

    for (int y = 0; y < flirController.getImageHeight(); ++y) {
    for (int x = 0; x < flirController.getImageWidth(); ++x) {
    int val = flirController.getImageDataRowCol(y, x);

    if (val > hotVal) {
    hotVal = val;
    hotX = x; hotY = y;
    }
    }
    }

    Serial.print(“Hottest point: [“);
    Serial.print(hotX);
    Serial.print(“,”);
    Serial.print(hotY);
    Serial.println(“]”);
    }
    }

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