Download Flir 324-006-00 driver windows 7 / 10

Download Flir 324-006-00 driver windows 7 / 10

This program currently doesn’t apply to the ATLAS SDK, but please check back here in early 2019 for more information.

The FLIR Atlas SDK is a software development kit that enables developers to create applications. Supported by help files and sample code, developers can add functionality or collaborate with other FLIR products to get the result they want in their application. For information about the FLIR Atlas SDK please contact

This program currently doesn’t apply to the ATLAS SDK, but please check back here in early 2019 for more information.

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If using a Boson 640, this will enable the camera's zoom function which gives an image output of 640x480.

The requested frame rate from the driver. The camera is only capable of 30 or 60 fps and this parameter does not currently modify the camera's configuration, only the rate at which frames are captured from the memory buffer. If a rate is requested which is above the current output frame rate of the camera, frames will only be produced by the driver at the camera's currently-configured rate. However, if a lower rate is requested, the frame production rate will be throttled to that rate.

This monocular, thermal camera produces a single black-and-white image on the image_raw topic. However, since it also uses a camera_info_manager and image_transport, topics for compressed and theora transports as well as a camera_info topic are available.

The path to the video device. Default is /dev/video0.

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To Display Boson data we are using OpenCV to convert from YUV to RGB.

This is an example of capturing Boson Video (USB) using V4L2 (Video for Linux 2) and OpenCV to display the video. Boson USB has two modes, AGC-8 bits and RAW-16bits.

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Video in 16 bits is not paintable so a linear transformation needs to happen before displaying the image. We call this process AGC, and in this example we use the most basic one (LINEAR). Then we use stardard call to paint in GREY. Video is 8 bits is directly paintable, linear transformation happens inside the camera, not further actions need to happen in SW.