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Infrared LED Attachments for Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera (2 pack)

Add night vision to your Raspberry Pi projects with these Infrared LED attachments for the Raspberry Pi NoIR cameras.

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TS2070

$9.99

Features:
  • Infrared LED set for Pi NoIR cameras
  • Gives your Raspberry Pi Night Vision!
  • These 2 high power 3W Infrared LEDs attach to the left and right of your Pi NoIR camera to allow the camera to see in darkness!
  • LED Power: 3 Watts
  • 2.5V regulator onboard
  • Supply voltage: 2.5V to 12V (5V recommended from Raspberry Pi)
  • Current: 240ma each (480ma for the pair)
  • Works with:
  • Onboard light sensor (The LEDs will only turn on when it is dark out to conserve energy)
  • Potentiometer onboard for adjusting the ambient light threshold
  • When the light in the room is below the ambient light threshold, the LED will be on.
  • Takes power from the Raspberry Pi's power supply so heatsinks and / or a cooling fan are recommended to dissipate excess heat created from the 3W high power drain.
  • The screw holes are used for both mounting and power supply! No extra wiring necessary!
  • Ideal imaging distance: up to 9.8 feet (3 meters)
  • When the distance goes up to 6m, the night vision camera can just capture blurry outlines.
  • Includes:
    • 2 Infrared LED Boards
    • 5 Screws
    • 5 Nuts
    • 1 Adhesive Pad
Instructions:
  • Connect the Infrared LED Boards to the left and right of the camera PCB with the screws
  • Adjust the potentiometer to set a proper ambient light threshold, which toggles the infrared LED ON/OFF automatically
How is the pi noir V2.1 suposed to power these when the 4 holes where they are to be screwed are not connected to any part of the circuit on the board ?
You will have to wire up the contacts to the 5V and ground pins for the V2.1 version. Or you can get the 5MP NoIR Camera V1 that has the contacts on the board and doesn\'t need wiring. If you don\'t need 8MP quality, I would use the 5MP version since then you don\'t have to bother with wiring. It\'s a trade off with a bit lower picture quality for a much easier wiring /neater setup.I set up a bunch of them and it was easy since you can just screw them on without having to run wires. Here\'s the link:
https://tinkersphere.com/raspberry-pi-accessories/1582-raspberry-pi-noir-camera-module.html
Default User Icon Burbaud Nicolas · 05/18/2020
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I\'m brand new to the world of raspberry pi, so forgive my lack of knowledge. I am trying to build a night time game catcher (bear, bobcat, mountain lion, raccoon. with a Pi Zero W, and the NOIR Camera V2. I need to add IR LED lights. Will this light work with my set-up? Is it what you would recommend?
Thanks!
For the Pi Zero W you\'ll need a camera cable adapter because the camera plug is a little smaller on the Zero W. Here are the parts I would recommend:
Pi Zero W Kit
Pi Zero Camera Adapter Cable
NoIR Pi Camera Module V1
Pi Infrared LED Camera Attachments
Default User Icon robb · 05/30/2020
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