The AMG8833 thermal imaging camera sensor is an 8x8 infrared thermal sensor array. When connected to your microcontroller (or Raspberry Pi), it will return a set of 64 separate infrared temperature readings via I2C. It is it's compact and simple, and easy to integrate. The sensor only supports I2C and has a configurable interrupt pin that can be triggered when any single pixel is above or below the threshold you set. It has a temperature measurement range of 0°C to 80°C (32°F to 176°F)
Grid-EYE is able to provide thermal images by measuring actual temperature and temperature gradients. Grid-EYE enables detection of multiple persons, identification of positions and direction of movement, almost independent of ambient light conditions without disturbing privacy as with conventional cameras
Temperature detection onTwo-Dimensional Area with8 x 8 pixels(64).
Digital output (temperature values can be output)
It can be used on Arduino or compatible (sensors communicate via I2C) or on Python's Raspberry Pi. On the Pi, with the image processing and the SciPy python library, you can insert 8x8 meshes.
It can detect humans from distances as far as 7 meters (23) feet.
The sensor only supports I2C and has a configurable interrupt pin that can fire when any individual pixel goes above or below the thresholds that you set.
Operating Voltage: 1.6V - 3.6V
Temperature Range: 0°C to 80°C (32°F to 176°F)
The accuracy is + - 2.5 ° C (4.5 ° F).
The maximum frame rate of 10 Hz, is ideal for creating your own body detector or mini camera.
Dimensions: 25.8mm x 25.5mm x 6.0mm
Energy savings in offices (air-conditioning and lighting controls)
Automatic door and elevators
High-performance home appliances (Microwave ovens and air conditioners)
1 x AMG8833 8x8 Grid EYE Infrared/IR Array Thermal Camera Sensor