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Re: Hardware Signatures

Postby Kondor1 » Thu May 17, 2012 2:13 pm

OS: Win7 x64 Home Premium
CPU: Intel Core i7-2670QM 2.2Ghz
GPU: Intel HD3000
Ram: 16GB
Cam: Logitech Pro 9000
Projector: NEC MT1040 (10-12 year old 800x600) I recommend a newer model, lol.

Lego Mindstorms for rotating turntable/laserline.
Projector mounted to traytable, then tripod.
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Re: Hardware Signatures

Postby fred_dot_u » Tue Apr 15, 2014 3:58 pm

OS: Windows 7 x64 Home Premium
CPU: 4th Generation Intel Core i7-4900MQ Processor (Overlocked, 8MB Cache, up to 4.0GHz w/ Turbo Boost)
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M with 2GB GDDR5
RAM: 16GB Dual Channel DDR3L at 1600MHz
Cam: Logitech Pro9000
Lens: ECL-615MIV 6-15mm manual iris, manual focus - with cs mount from ebay -
Projector: Acer K132

Side note, the lens and mount and camera assembly make for a perfect combination with the Acer K132. I had a local machinist who is also a friend construct for me a tripod mount that attaches to the lens barrel. The Logitech Pro 9000 circuit board is bare-naked and unsupported other than by the CS mount and is quite stable. When/if I get my 3d printer, I'll construct an enclosure.

If someone else uses this lens or one with similar dimensions, 1.26 " ID, and desires to have a tripod mount of this design, I have two "spares" I'm willing to part with. If there is a high enough demand (unlikely), the machinist can create a small production run.
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Re: Hardware Signatures

Postby fred_dot_u » Tue Apr 15, 2014 10:39 pm

Missed edit on the camera setup. There's a "sample" IR filter installed over the sensor and under the lens. Mine is a Sunex IRC30-10R_SU from One filter was attached by a tiny bit of CA adhesive (super glue) wicked in under the edge. The other was attached with a dab of ordinary hot glue. I had originally thought that the super glue had wicked onto the sensor, but it was later determined that the iris was defective and not properly adjusting the amount of light getting to the sensor. With a replaced lens, both are working fine, although I would not chance the super glue a second time.
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