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Milwaukee Thermal Imager Camera – Charles & Hudson

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How to make an infrared camera

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Q&A:

kuwacs asked Using rubber cement instead of wetsuit glue?

I am doing the Underwater Housing trick for my camera, using condoms. ( http://www.diyphotography.net/diy_the_cheap_yet_shamefull_underwater_housing )

I was wondering, since I dont have Wetsuit glue, do you think that rubber cement would possibly work just the same?

And got the following answer:

i work in a wetsuit shop and i often see botched repairs. It would be much better if you spent £3 / $5 on some neoprene glue, i reccomend black witch

you must remember that if a tear/ hole is too big, their is only so much that glue can do. wetsuits are cheaper and cheaper nowadays so it may be the best case to buy a new one. A large hole or tear can seriously reduce the effect of the sutis thermal qualities

Dustin asked i need help making a thermal camera. can you please help me?

Can this be done? Ive thought about using the type of sensor in burglar alarms. I need it to sense people about 10 yards away with an air temperature of 70 degrees. I need detailed instructions please, since I don’t know much about this.
Isn’t there a type of burglar alarm sensor you can use where it would sense changes in heat, instead of one pixel, thus producing a motion sensing sort of image?

And got the following answer:

http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_7950301_thermal-imaging-diy.html
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/publiclaboratory/LfJPJ4mkNC4/nHNS9NwuvBMJ
http://yacf.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=56446.0

http://www.ehow.com/how_7922592_diy-thermal-imaging.html

i once saw a article about this where he used a bunch of ir leds and a modified digital camera with the lens filter removed but i cant find it ,it looked possible and it showed results but you had to do the imaging in the dark,anyway hope what i found is usefull

Karjava asked How do you make a Thermal Imaging Camera?

Is it even possible to DIY?

And got the following answer:

A thermal imaging camera consists of five components: an optic system, detector, amplifier, signal processing, and display.[1] Fire-service specific thermal imaging cameras incorporate these components in a heat-resistant,[2] ruggedized, and waterproof housing.[3] These parts work together to render infrared radiation, such as that given off by warm objects or flames, into a visible light representation in real time. The camera display shows infrared output differentials, so two objects with the same temperature will appear to be the same “color”.[4] Many thermal imaging cameras use grayscale to represent normal temperature objects, but highlight dangerously hot surfaces in different colors.[5]
Cameras may be handheld[6] or helmet-mounted.[7] A handheld camera requires one hand to position and operate, leaving only one free hand for other tasks, but can be easily transferred between firefighters. The majority of thermal imaging cameras in use in the fire service are handheld models.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology Fire Research division is the lead government agency developing performance standards for fire service thermal imaging cameras in the United States, although the U.S. Army Night Vision Laboratory has contributed to the effort.[1] Preliminary recommendations from the field include visible low-battery warnings, ability to withstand full immersion in water, and the ability to provide meaningful visual readouts beyond 2,000°F (~1,100°C).[8]