1706Re: [lcwn] i need diy flir
- Dec 11, 2013Homebrewing a real FLIR system (longwave IR) is still a bit away off,
but there are projects using those non-contact thermometers and a
Otherwise, for regular IR viewing, nothing beats a quality
black-and-white video camera (and monitor) with an external IR LED or
IR laser illuminator.
You'll need optics to expand the beam if you use a IR laser. Use the
same IR LED as in TV remotes. You can buy them on eBay by the hundreds
cheaply. Wire them in series/parallel to run from a 12 volt battery.
I have some notes here:
I picked up a RCA 6032 night vision tube from the 1950s and I'll be
working on that project soon. It's mostly just for fun as the
resolution is poor and it requires a high-voltage power supply.
On Sat, 7 Dec 2013 04:16:06 0800 (SGT), Ewig Mannschopfer
back after a long break! I searched the gbppr website for a diy
guide to flir or near ir cam .. i needed a good range for taking down
animals in the night. no night vision coz i have noise problems
adjusting to the green colour.
anyone done it before?
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