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tomas123:
Yes, after a FW update the F1G1 charged the Iphone after full charging his own batterry.
But the Iphone has not a USB connector.

We know. that the Android Phone work with a plugged in F1G2 as USB host.
And you can't load a USB host by following the USB specification.

But some USB host controllers in Android phones ignores the specification.
Therefore it's sometimes possible with this steps:
- use a non specification Y-USB-cable
- load the phone over USB (USB controller goes in slave mode) over the first cable
- now plug in the F1G2 in the second cable
- the USB controller goes in host mode, but the charge controller is furthermore connected to the 5V-USB power

this is completely outside the USB specification

Uho:

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another question is: has anyone stick a better lens in front of the sensor to get much better results? :D

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I tried to change the optics . An example can be found here. In T-10 using the Lepton sensor. https://youtu.be/gUOvAg0dGxY
Or additional optics.

Uho:
View from the additional optics

Uho:
Flir One V2. Telephoto and macro lenses. Using
https://youtu.be/OzZFwJr9vQw

allstone:

--- Quote from: tomas123 on April 01, 2016, 07:59:51 am ---Yes, after a FW update the F1G1 charged the Iphone after full charging his own batterry.
But the Iphone has not a USB connector.

We know. that the Android Phone work with a plugged in F1G2 as USB host.
And you can't load a USB host by following the USB specification.

But some USB host controllers in Android phones ignores the specification.
Therefore it's sometimes possible with this steps:
- use a non specification Y-USB-cable
- load the phone over USB (USB controller goes in slave mode) over the first cable
- now plug in the F1G2 in the second cable
- the USB controller goes in host mode, but the charge controller is furthermore connected to the 5V-USB power

this is completely outside the USB specification

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Hm, does not it imposes and shares 5V-USB power from phone to Flir One? I mean it can hurt the camera if its blocking 5V deliberately when connected directly.

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