Infrared Cameras are probably the most prevalent thermal
imaging devices available today as a result of the
introduction of the uncooled microbolometer used to
produce a low-cost infrared detector having excellent
performance. In addition, LWIR cameras are available
that have remarkable sensitivity because of the use
of high quantum efficiency cooled detectors.
Incorporating an uncooled 640x480 microbolometer detector array, the PV640LW Uncooled Infrared Camera delivers high resolution infrared images in the long-wave (8-14µm) spectral range. The camera is available with a variety of different infrared objective lenses and with either Gigabit Ethernet or Camera Link digital video output. Because of the PV640's short thermal time constant, the camera produces superior thermal images even while imaging fast moving objects.
Uncooled Infrared Camera System - ATOM™ 1024
The ATOM 1024 is the first commercially available high definition uncooled infrared camera, incorporating a 1024x768 pixel microbolometer array. The camera delivers extremely high resolution in an XGA format yet maintains a small compact size and low power consumption. The ATOM 1024's short thermal time constant produces superior thermal image quality even while imaging fast moving objects.
These high performance cooled infrared cameras have extraordinary sensitivity due to the use of cooled MCT infrared detectors. The cameras are available in several spectral response ranges, including the mid-wave (3-5µm), broadband (1.5-5µm), long-wave (8-10µm) and very long-wave (8-12µm) wavelength ranges. The cameras accommodate short integration times and high frame rates as well as a wide range of optics including wide angle, telephoto and microscope lenses.
MiTIE LWIR Miniature Thermal Imaging Engines
Engine based on 640x512 15µm MCT
Scorpio LW IDDCA
7.7 to 9.3 µm
ƒ2.0 or ƒ2.24
Engine based on 320x256 30µm MCT
Mars LW IDDCA
7.7 to 9.5 µm
ƒ2.0 or ƒ4.0
Enclosed engine with M80 lens mount and commercial connectors based on 640x512 15µm MCT