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  • #16336

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    Jonas

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    Hi,

    i just tried to get my FLIR Lepton 3.5 working with the Breakout Board v2 and a Teensy 4.0. If i use the Pins like in the Tutorial below it just works fine and i can hear the shutter every 3 Minutes (Hopefully its a good sign).

    Flir Tutorial

    When i try to use Pin 1 and Pin 2 for VIN and GND like in the Breakout Board v2 Datasheet explained nothing happens. Does anyone have an explanation for this?

    Thanks.

    Kind Regards,
    Jonas

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    #18390

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    Kaz

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    My breakout board v2’s Pin2 did not work too. When I told the seller about it, the seller told me to return it.

    #18502

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    Ahmed

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    Hi,

    I just bought my lepton 3.5 and breakout board v2. I am following the tutorial (https://lepton.flir.com/getting-started/raspberry-pi-lepton/) and got stuck at the step where we are asked to “Copy the RaspberryPi onto the Pi”. I do not understand what to do since I do not have a file named “RaspberryPi”, nor I can find a file named “lepton_module” for the next step.

    Can someone help me with that ?

    Thanks

    Regards,

    #18507

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    pablo

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    You can download the RaspberryPi directory from the link on the line “Some additional software that can be found here” that is the last line in requirements.

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