Please, can anyone help with the following problem.
I always receive the same error MVNC_NO_DATA when I try to call mvncGetDeviceOption with option = MVNC_THERMAL_STATS.
Other options seems to work properly. I can get MVNC_TEMP_LIM_LOWER = 85.
I tried this on Ubuntu (Virtual Box under Windows) with ncsdk v220.127.116.11.
Does anyone know how to get Movidius current temperature, using ncsdk v1?
You will need to do an inference to the device to be able to read the THERMAL_STATS. Insert the following lines the example,
<NCSDK INSTALL DIR>/examples/caffe/GoogLeNet/run.py
#Insert in line 86
thermal_stats = device.GetDeviceOption(mvnc.DeviceOption.THERMAL_STATS)
print("Device Temperature: ", thermal_stats)
Once you modify the example code, run the example with
Hope this helps!
Thank you, @Jesus_at_Intel.
That example works fine with this lines.
Now I am trying to get this value on Windows using APIv1 or any other way, as I mentioned in another ticket:
As I understand, this GoogLeNet example uses python version of APIv1 library, right?
Does it mean, that C/C++ version of APIv1 does not work with the THERMAL_STATS parameter?
Or it depends on other calls, maybe call of LoadTensor function?
So, If I will try to use C/C++ version of APIv1 with LoadTensor before I try to read temperature, I can get correct result instead of MVNC_NO_DATA?