What does the fox say? You'll probably never know, but at least we can see what that pesky fox is up to with this Raspberry Pi IR-CUT Night Vision Camera!
Note: The current Raspberry Pi OS does not support auto IR-cut. The config.txt entry as part of the installation is now ignored by the OS. You can either use an older version of Raspberry Pi OS, or attach the camera's control pin to a GPIO pin for code control (see Wiki for more info)
Our Raspberry Pi IR-CUT Night Vision Camera plugs directly into the CSI connector on the Raspberry Pi (requires an adapter for use with a Pi Zero), and features two high-intensity Infrared LED spotlights for night time recording! The IR LED's are powered directly from the CSI port, and are capable of lighting an area at a distance of up to 8m! In testing, the best images were captured at a distance of 3m to 5m. The camera also features an adjustable 3.6mm focal length and 75.7-degree viewing angle.
This Raspberry Pi night vision camera uses the same OV5647 as the standard Raspberry Pi camera, and is, therefore, able to deliver a crystal clear 5MP resolution image, or 1080p HD video recording at 30fps!
- Raspberry Pi Camera, supports all revisions of the Raspberry Pi (Note: adapter cable required to use with a Raspberry Pi Zero)
- Embedded removable IR-CUT filter, eliminating colour distortion in the daylight
- Comes with infrared LED, supports night vision
- 5-megapixel OV5647 sensor
- M12 Lens (which you can swap out with some of our other M12 lenses)
- Camera specifications
- CCD size: 1/4inch
- Aperture (F) : 1.8
- Focal Length: 3.6mm adjustable
- Field of View: 75.7 degree
- Sensor best resolution : 1080p
- 4 screw holes
- Used for attachment
- Provides 3.3V power output
- Supports connecting infrared LED and/or fill flash LED
- IR LED Wavelength: 850nm
- Dimension: 31mm × 32mm
- Raspberry Pi IR-CUT Camera Board × 1
- Infrared LED Board × 2
- 15-Pin FFC CSI Cable × 1
- Mounting Hardware
The LEDs intensity is limited by the Raspberry Pi power supply, please ensure you have an adequate Raspberry Pi power supply installed. LEDs running at full intensity can get hot, please take care during prolonged use.
The IR LEDs can be bolted to the body of the camera using the included bolts. This connects the 3.3V supply to the boards and secures them in place. If you need to adjust the ambient light threshold (to change when the infrared LED's toggle), there is a tiny adjustable potentiometer on each LED board, you can turn it to change the threshold. Please ensure any fitting or adjusting is completed prior to plugging the device into the Raspberry Pi and switching it on.
Please follow this guide on how to install the Raspberry Pi Camera for details on how to set the board up!
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