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  1. Hi guys We had software for a FLIR AX5 thermal camera that worked perfectly. The camera started giving problems in the field and we had to replace it with a newer version with the latest firmware. No I can't seem to communicate with the new camera. MAX tells me that it's unable to get attribute. Error 0xBFF69011 Anybody else had this problem and how did you solve it? Thanks in advance.
  2. I have a LabVIEW based application for Vision inspection system. My application consist of acquisition from 6 cameras. My question is which solution is good 1. 6 Cameras connected to single PC1 or 2. 3 Cameras connected to PC1 and other 3 cameras connected to PC2 Brief explanation on your answer is appreciated
  3. I'm trying to make simple program for acquisition from camera. I'm using framegrabber and LabView wrapper delivered by its manufacturer. 1. In first version (minimal_camera_code.vi) grabbing from camera time is very high and is not constant (camera is set to constant frame rate = 5ms, in framegrabber manufacturer software acquisition goes with 200 fps) After adding delay (fig. 2b) it is better but after some frames, acquisition time is not constant (fig. 2a) 2. In second version (minimal_camera_code2.vi) grabbing time is constant and is exacly 1ms after adding "Wait until next multiple ms" = 25ms (adding shorter delay gives effects similar to described in point 1). I think that problems are connected with loops and are connected with misunderstanding of this code execution. What are your suggestions for implementing this piece of code? I want grabbing frames with constant frame rate. minimal_camera_code.vi minimal_camera_code2.vi
  4. Hi I'm new to this forum and to Labview. I'm doing my Engineering project on Iris using Labview. I know it's becoming very popular these days and it has implemented in mobile phones too. Can anyone suggest me what camera to use for this? I'm thinking of using a High def. webcam for doing this project. It would be great if someone enlightens me on this, whether it is possible to do with webcams..If so plz suggest me one. Regards -Harish
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