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Maximilian Ritter
Maximilian Ritter committed Sep 8, 2018
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There are **4 versions** of the enclosure:
There are **4 versions** of the enclosure. The **Arudam V1** camera is used in **all devices build from 2018**, as the **Arducam V2** part has become **deprecated**. You can distinguish between those two by having a look at the lense. The V1 has a big lense on top of it, the V2 only a very flat one.
<img src="https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61QiB6hqMZL._SX466_.jpg" width="300" />
(ArducamV1)
<img src="http://www.arducam.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/ArduCAM-2MP-V2-2-1.jpg" width="300" />
(ArducamV2)
The difference between the **radiometric** and **non-radiometric** versions is, that the non-radiometric setup also needs an external spot sensor. For the radiometric version, this cutout in the enclosure has been removed.
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You can find those four versions in the corresponding folders:
**ArducamV1_NonRadiometric**: Made for the Arducam V1 Mini 2MP camera and the Lepton2.0 / Lepton3.0 non-radiometric sensor
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**ArducamV2_Radiometric**: Made for the Arducam V2 Mini 2MP camera and the Lepton2.5 radiometric sensor
The **Arudam V1** camera is used in all devices build starting 2018, as the **Arducam V2** part has become deprecated. You can distinguish between those two by having a look at the lense. The V1 has a big lense on top of it, the V2 only a very flat one.
The difference between the **radiometric** and **non-radiometric** versions is, that the non-radiometric setup also needs an external spot sensor. For the radiometric version, this cutout in the enclosure has been removed.
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The enclosure has been designed with Google Sketchup for a material thickness of **3mm**. The standard enclosure is cut out of **black acryl plastic** by a laser cutting service.
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The **Lepton2.0** and **Lepton3.0** sensors do **not** have in an **internal calibration**. An **external spot sensor**, the **MLX90614** is used to generate a **transfer function** for raw values to absolute temperatures conversion. When using a **radiometric Lepton** (**Lepton2.5** or **Lepton3.5**), the **spot sensor** is **not required**.
The **[firmware update guide](https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam/raw/master/Documents/FirmwareUpdate_06.pdf)** helps you to update your device to the **newest firmware**. In order to understand to **various device functionalities**, have a look at the **[manual](https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam/raw/master/Documents/Manual_13.pdf)**.
The **[firmware update guide](https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam/blob/master/Documents/FirmwareUpdate_07.pdf)** helps you to update your device to the **newest firmware**. In order to understand to **various device functionalities**, have a look at the **[manual](https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam/raw/master/Documents/Manual_13.pdf)**.
For going deeper, the **structure of the raw data files** is explained **[here](https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam/raw/master/Documents/RawData_07.pdf)**, and the **open USB serial protocol** **[here](https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam/raw/master/Documents/SerialProtocol_15.pdf)**.
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**Firmware Updater**
The **standalone firmware updater** only runs on **Windows** XP or greater, get the latest version from [here](https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam/tree/master/Software/Firmware%20Updater/1.13/Updater). Then follow the [firmware update guide](https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam/blob/master/Documents/FirmwareUpdate_06.pdf).
The **standalone firmware updater** only runs on **Windows** XP or greater, get the latest version from [here](https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam/tree/master/Software/Firmware%20Updater/1.13/Updater). Then follow the [firmware update guide](https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam/blob/master/Documents/FirmwareUpdate_07.pdf).
You can also use the **Teensy Loader**, which works for Windows,** Linux and Mac**. For Windows, it is available [here](https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam/tree/master/Software/Firmware%20Updater/Teensy%20Loader), for Linux and Mac download "Teensyduino" from [here](https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_download.htm). Load the hex file with "teensy.exe", then launch "teensy_reboot.exe" while the Thermocam is connected to the PC and turned on. The flash procedure should start. In case there is an error **"File too big"**, upload "FileTooBig.hex" to the Teensy first and then the newest version of the firmware in the next step.
In the unlikely case that the update failed and the device **does not start any more**, load the firmware file again and start the flash procedure, the status should display “Waiting for device...”. Then [short the pins P & G on the Teensy for one second](https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam/raw/master/Images/Website/TeensyProgram.png) with a screwdriver, while the device is turned on and connected to the PC. Afterwards, the flash should start.
In the unlikely case that the update failed and the device **does not start any more**, load the firmware file again and start the flash procedure, the status should display “Waiting for device...”. Then [short the pins P & G on the Teensy for one second](https://github.com/maxritter/DIY-Thermocam/raw/master/Images/Website/TeensyProgram.png) with a screwdriver, while the device is turned on and connected to the PC. Afterwards, the flash should start.

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