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    Clay

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    I figure that there will be some iOS developers who will be interested in similar functionality after reading this thread.

    So, I uploaded a small helper library for the iOS FLIROneSDK to github.

    https://github.com/RapidApplicationDevelopment/FLIROneSDK-AGC

    This library adds the ability to lock/unlock the temperature span (a.k.a. automatic gain control) of the FLIR One.

    This functionality is available in the FLIR One app for iOS.
    However, it is not available in the iOS FLIROneSDK.

    Note: Please submit any issues to the github repo.

    Clay

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    OeNaoko

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    Hello Clay

    I use the SDK for iOS.
    This is very helpful as I wanted to fix the temperature range.
    However, when fixing the temperature range, I want to specify the minimum temperature and the maximum temperature.
    Is there a way to do this?

    Naoko

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