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  • #5394

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    GroupGets

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    We’ve just launched the new PureThermal 2 to coincide with the launch of Lepton 3.5. The new features include USB DFU, 4 mounting holes, less complexity, and a better price: https://store.groupgets.com/collections/frontpage/products/purethermal-2

    #5413

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    Cal Loo

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    Awesome product, guys! Thanks for including it in the recently-launched Thermal By FLIR Maker Challenge, can’t wait to see what people do with it!

    #5414

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    GroupGets

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    Thanks Cal! We appreciate the FLIR team for involving PureThermal 2 in the maker challenge!

    #5426

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    GroupGets

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    The PureThermal 2 schematic and other developer resources for it are now posted here: https://groupgets.com/manufacturers/getlab/products/purethermal-2-flir-lepton-smart-i-o-module

    #5430

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    GroupGets

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    We are running a limited special price on a new PureThermal 2 Pro Kit featuring Lepton 3.5: https://groupgets.com/campaigns/412-purethermal-2-pro-kit

    #12545

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    GroupGets

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    We’re very pleased to be able to share a new PureThermal example, thanks to our friend ghellwig, that shows how to interact with a PureThermal board using the Windows SDK and doesn’t require any additional drivers or third party libraries.

    The following features are demonstrated:
    Read UVC extension unit (e.g. Lepton serial number or part number)
    Write UVC extension unit (e.g. command FFC)
    Demonstrate selection and acquisition of Y16 data type
    Demonstrate use of telemetry data
    To build the example, you’ll need the Windows 10 SDK and Microsoft Visual Studio. If you have a different version of the SDK installed, you may need to right-click the solution and select the Retarget Solution, or modify the project properties to set it to the version you have.

    Note that in order for the telemetry data acquisition to work in Windows, you’ll need to have the board’s firmware version at least at 1.2.2.

    You can find the example on the PureThermal UVC capture examples repo inside the MediaFoundation directory.

    We hope this will help along those of you wishing to develop your Windows applications for PureThermal. Let us know how it goes!

    #12548

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    GroupGets

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    We made a smaller version of PureThermal 2, the PureThermal Mini, aka “PTmini”. While it ships with the same micro USB connector, we have another through-hole connector version for custom cables to create the smallest footprint possible in an embedded system. </p>
    <p>The PTmini with USB connector is now available in our store: https://store.groupgets.com/collections/frontpage/products/purethermal-mini-flir-lepton-smart-i-o-module</p&gt;
    <p>To get the version w/o a USB connector, contact us.

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