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Offline Fraser

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Re: Interfacing to AGEMA/FLIR cameras - how it used to be - EXPENSIVE !
« Reply #25 on: July 23, 2020, 03:17:35 pm »
I have uploaded the full Researcher 2001 CD ISO with PCCARD drivers etc, Researcher 2.10 30 Day Demo version and a FLIR file note on the SC3000 fast frame rate option. It will be a function of the firmware setup and required at least Researcher 2002 to be used. It looks like your 2001 version does not support it.

Researcher 2.x is the later version of Researcher and I have versions 2.8 and 2.9 in my archive.

http://www.filedropper.com/researcher2-10

http://www.filedropper.com/researcher2001

http://www.filedropper.com/sc3000high-speed

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Re: Interfacing to AGEMA/FLIR cameras - how it used to be - EXPENSIVE !
« Reply #26 on: July 23, 2020, 08:51:29 pm »
This explains a lot. The camera aparently doesnt like 8GB :-BROKE
Have you tested the limit of the capacity? Otherwhise i will sort a few sizes...

I have already tested the 2.10 and it doesnt work (i got the 2.10 from the support and website)
As for the OS i have recently bought a old Laptop with the Slot and a Serial interface for a diffrent task that will run XP.

I think the cooler one time got swapped or serviced cause the camera origins from a large Company which calibrated and presumably serviced it regularly.

Thanks a lot for the files :) . do you have the 2002? so i will try if it works (judging by the firmware i think it got updated sometime)

Felix
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Re: Interfacing to AGEMA/FLIR cameras - how it used to be - EXPENSIVE !
« Reply #27 on: July 23, 2020, 09:32:34 pm »
The maximum size of CF card that my cameras has recognised is 512MB. None of the 1GB cards worked. Bearing in mind the size of the files that the camera produces, even 256MB is a huge memory capacity  ;) The challenge is in finding small capacity CF cards. Buying used ones on eBay worked for me. Just avoid Industrial or “SSD” CF cards.

PCMCIA to SD card adapters do not work in my experience.

I do not have Researcher 2002 but it may be worth trying 2.8 as that might still support the legacy cameras ?

I have many different legacy laptops that I bought cheaply as solutions to the legacy software challenges that some of my kit presents. I find XP compatible laptops from good brands to be cheap, reliable and invaluable. Such laptops also have the important legacy PCMCIA and serial ports that are also very useful when dealing with legacy test kit and thermal cameras. My Dell Inspiron i3200’s and Latitude X300’s are great bits of kit :)

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