GUN Build your own thermal sensor

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  1. hsmith

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    how much?
     
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    looks like about 750 for an old sensor and some sweat work.
     
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    Cliffs? I don't want to read that whole article.
     
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    fun project though for those that like to tinker :dunno:
     
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    $750 is a lot better than $8000 :o
     
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    well true
     
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    maybe get lucky at pull-a-part or more likely just order from a junk yard for $75
     
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    The X-Treme Geek catalog sells a handheld FLIR unit for $3000, if you want something neat and tidy you can carry around easily.
     
  12. Golfer

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    now under 2k
     
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    how far can something like that see? Will it see a human at like 200-400 yards?
     

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