L3 RAYTHEON NIGHTDRIVER DRIVER
I am not very smart on this yet, but my thinking was I could use some media converter, and then just put a computer in my argo to render the data. There is no cheap method here that will give good results. I think I may just give up on this little project. Users browsing this forum: Finding a PCI card will be difficult – The software and hardware needed was all in that link I posted. It’s worth contacting Ratheon and telling them what you’re doing in case they will help, as Dean mentioned Otherwise, you will need a very small industrial-type PC, but they are rather power hungry too, which is your other problem.
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Pretty soon I think So I am hoping to find one that does what I need for less. Increase officer safety, protect the community and prevent criminal activity, all with the power of Raytheon thermal imaging. First one to find it wins Originally Posted by srtga.
Gaughran, sales manager at Hummer Village of Norwood. And lastly, is this totally stupid, or totally exciting. Return to General Night Vision Discussion.
Since the need is to be able to detect a car that is hidden off in the darkness when we are alone on an unlit highway no rabbits a detector would seem to be better than blindess. Board index All times are UTC.
I guess you have to weigh up the effort vs the result. I am happy to help you with wiring information for the Cadillac units. Finding a PCI card will be difficult – The software and hardware needed was all in that link I posted.
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Both look very much the same in photos with the main difference being the number of pins on the connection the Autoliv only has six. Still works, but now I am worried about it.
Stuff I’ve dug up seems to say that the Raytheon systems are marginally better than the FLIR cams but car companies seem to be leaning towards FLIR which could mean better support in the future.
Lots of wildlife on the highway between here and Minneapolis!! General Hummer Talk Good at troubleshooting? With the ecu, I think that autoliv system with the Nighdtriver will give you a red box on your lcd when things are too close to your camera designed as pedestrian alert I would look at the software on www.
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Works day or night to find hard to see people or animals Detect unauthorized or unwanted intruders Monitor perimeters of restricted facilities, night or day Quickly scan between homes, buildings, dark garages, alleys or even under vehicles Identify lost boaters or stray objects on the water Observe prowlers and criminals without their knowledge We have vehicle mounted systems and systems that can be transferred from vehicle to vehicle.
Enthusiasts say few veterans can affor. I am imagining a 5.
PM me if interested, my next offer would have been 1, Is this same L3 co. I was quoted about 6K raythein I bought my Alpha for the infra-red system.
I am not very smart on this yet, but my thinking was I could use some media converter, and then just put a computer in my argo to render the data. With the timeframes you are aiming at and given your payload capabilities in the aerostat, I would seriously recommend getting a different thermal core to use.
Locating the PCI card for a reasonable cost is probably step one.
I actually feel really bad saying that, because I know you want to get right onto your plans and you need an entire computer niightdriver make that thing run. Ragtheon imagine Ratheon had small self-contained boxes that were designed to convert the signal from the cable into video.
Even adding a PCI card means adding a PC inside the payload bay – and that’s going to add a couple of pounds no matter which way you do it. You’re still not going to see any farther than the IR bulbs can shine This is NOT thermal in the sense that objects do not radiate it, they reflect it.
That would be the type of trap where an LEO parks on the shoulder or side of the road with lights off, laying in wait for a motorist. I think I may just give up on this little project. Everything I can find says there is no common video output from your model.