WORKSWELL WIC SDK
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WORKSWELL WIC SDK with C# .NET samples

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Introduction Workswell s.r.o. is pleased to introduce you WIC SDK for Windows which is written in C# for .NET platform and gives you full control of your WIC thermal camera. You might write programs in every .NET programming language using this SDK. It supports communication and streaming using Gigabit and USB interfaces. Main goal of this WIC SDK is to allow you fast conversion from raw signal data to temperature data. Your thermal camera can be used in many ways, so this SDK architecture is designed to give you full support for all your projects and to give you possibility of quick...

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In case you have physically connected new camera, which can't be found, you may refresh the list of cameras and update it. It is similar with physical disconnection of camera. Both changes, such as addition or removal of camera will be visible, because the list of found cameras in WIC SDK will be updated. Finally, in the list of cameras you see all cameras and you can select one to work with. Settings Every acquisition of the scene is different, so it should be possible to change thermal parameters of the environment, which affects a measurement, like Emissivity, Reflected temperature,...

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Headquarters Libocka 653/51b Prague, Czech Republic Revision 1.0 EN, 20. 4. 2016 All pictures are only for illustration. Real values may vary.

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Streaming from camera After connect to the camera, it is convenient to see live stream from it. WIC SDK is also prepared for a requirement like this. Using a method StartAcquisition you can start the acquisition from the selected camera, using a property ThermoImageSource you might get the thermal image from the camera which is currently connected. Eventually, for stopping the acquisition there is a similar method StopAcquisiton. In the short code example below, you may see a usage of those commands. System connects to the first detected camera, if there is some. Then the acquisition is...

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Getting device information As it is very convenient and sometimes necessary to read device information, for these cases WIC SDK is also capable to find information about camera and to let you know them. If you want to read specific information, you can simply ask WIC SDK for them. There is need to connect to the right camera instance, then you ask for a specific property and finally you might get it using getter method. In the following code example, we are showing an example of how to get property like: Manufacturer info, Model Name and Serial Number. Getting device information - Code...

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Lens calibration There is always some difference between two lenses. Every property of two lenses might be more or less different, which may cause the inaccuracy in conversion of raw data to temperature. That is why it is important to set correctly your camera's lens. As you might use more than one lens, it is necessary to tell WIC SDK which one is currently used, so that it may use the appropriate calibration data for selected lens. Searching for available calibrated lenses is demonstrated in the code example below. To conclude, WIC SDK was created by Workswell company and is very useful...

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Sales Department E-mail: adam.svestka@workswell.cz Czech Republic Czech Republic Company contact details Mobile: +420 725 877 063 E-mail: info@workswell.eu 010 08, Žilina Slovak Republic E-mail and Web info@workswell.cz www.workswell.eu Headquarters Libocka 653/51b Prague, Czech Republic Revision 1.0 EN, 20. 4. 2016 All pictures are only for illustration. Real values may vary.

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