Raspberry Pi Infrared-Sensitive Camera with IR-CUT

Raspberry Pi Infrared-Sensitive Camera with IR-CUT
Raspberry Pi Infrared-Sensitive Camera with IR-CUT
Normal / Night Vision Mode Setting
Raspberry Pi Infrared-Sensitive Camera with IR-CUT includes an IR filter switch giving you the
best possible picture clarity in both day and night! During the day you can toggle the mode to
Normal Mode, this disables the IR filter removing colour distortion from the filter. During the night,
simply enable the IR filter and when light levels drop too low the IR LEDs are activated and you
are in Night Vision mode!
There are two ways to change the operating mode:
1.
Editing the config.txt file
Open the config.txt file using nano text editor:
sudo nano /boot/config.txt
add the following code to the end of the file:
disable_camera_led=1
save and exit the nano text editor. Restart your Pi and the camera will now in Night Vision
mode
To switch back to Normal mode, remove the code disable_camera_led=1, save and
restart your Pi.
2.
Using GPIO pin
Connect the Mode Toggle pin on the camera to the GPIO pin. The camera is in Normal
mode when the GPIO pin is set to HIGH. Set the GPIO pin to LOW to switch back to Night
Vision mode.
Maximum voltage for Mode Toggle pin is 3.3V. Connect to 5V logic will cause permanent
damage to the camera.
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