I find myself wishing for a cheap, good resolution, IR camera that can measure temperature, like a FLIR, but for 1/10th the cost, homemade. This one won't do it, but here are the specs (sorry, no pinout or module info, just the camera it's in), anyway, for those who might be interested in following this thread:
"This camera is a long wave, Focal Plane Array camera that is not capable of temperature measurement. This camera is best suited for Surveillance, Preventive Maintenance, Research and Development, and Medical Applications. The Camera has a video out jack and can store analog images to video tape or digitally using an optional digital recording device.."
Detector Material Microbolometer
Measurement Accuracy No Measurement Capability
Measurement Range -20 to 1500 C
With Filter -20 to 1500 C
Field View 12 X 9 Degrees
Cooling Uncooled TE
Spatial Resolution Lens Dependent
Thermal Sensitivity <0.10 at 30 Degrees C
Detector Refresh Rate 30 Hz
Dynamic Range 8 Bit
Emissivity Adjustment N/A
Display Type Video Out
Image Storage Capacity Video Capture
Storage Medium Digital Storage or Video
Operating Temperature -20 C to 50 C
Camera Weight 2.6 Lbs.
Camera Size 9.5 X 4 X 4
Focus Distance 6 Inches to Infinity
Video Output 60 Hz NTSC
Power Supply Battery or AC
Voice Annotation No
Available Accessories Lenses, Digital Capture, Software, Batteries...