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Mini Size SWaP Uncooled LWIR Thermal Module 640x512 12μm for UAV Payloads
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|Spectral Range||8~14μm||Pixel Pitch||12μm|
|Typical NETD||≤40mK||Frame Rate||30Hz|
Compact Design LWIR Thermal Module,
LWIR Thermal Module 640x512,
UAV Payloads Thermal Camera Core 12uM
Compact Design LWIR 640x512 12μm Thermal Module for UAV Payloads
The iTL612R infrared camera core integrates 640x512 / 12μm wafer level package (WLP) infrared thermal detector. It is an uncooled LWIR radiometric thermal imaging module for drones with spectral range from 8 to 14μm.
iTL612 thermal camera module features in sharp and crisp image presentation, compact size and low cost. Oriented for fully optimized SWaP, iTL612R uncooled thermal module provides a reliable solution for infrared system integration with limited space. Its compact structure has reached top level of the same specification module. It also has an optional thermographic function with measurement range from -20℃~550 ℃ for industrial temperature measurement.
The iTL612 thermal module is specially developed for the field of Predictive Maintenance, Photovoltaic Inspection, Environmental Protection, Scientific Research, Aerial Photography, Police Investigation, Relief & Rescue, Forest Fire Prevention, Urban Safety etc.
Compact & Lightweight Design
• Size: 21mm×22.3mm×27.3mm (with 9.1mm lens)
• Weight: 20.8g±1.5g (with 9.1mm lens)
• Low power consumption as low as 0.7W
Clear Image & Accurate Radiometry
• Brand new image process algorithm: NUC/3DNR/DNS/DRC/EE
• Support Windows/Linux/ARM SDK
• Support regional, point & isotherm temperature measurement
Various Interfaces for Easy Integration
• DVP/LVDS/USB2.0 interfaces, RAW/YUV image data output, serial port control
|IR Detector Performance|
|Sensitive Material||Vanadium Oxide|
|Image Algorithm||Non-uniformity Correction (NUC)
3D Noise Reduction (3DNR)
Dynamic Range Compression (DRC)
Edge Enhancement (EE)
|Image Display||Black Hot/White Hot/Pseudo Color|
|ICC Software||Module Control & Video Display|
|Standard External Interface||30Pin_HRS: DF40C-30DP-0.4V(51), (HRS, Male)|
|USB Expansion Board||Type-C|
|Digital Video Interface||CMOS8/USB2.0|
|Supply Voltage||3.3V±0.1V VDC|
|Typical Power Consumption||0.7W|
|Operating Temperature Range||-10°C~+50°C|
|Temperature Measurement Range||-20°C~+150°C, 0°C~550°C; Support Customization and Expansion|
|Temperature Measurement Accuracy||Greater of ±3°C or ±3% (@23℃±3℃)|
|Regional Temperature Measurement||Support Maximum, Minimum and Average Value of the Output Regional Temperature|
|SDK||Support Windows/Linux/ARM; Achieve Video Stream Analysis and Conversion from Gray to Temperature|
|Size (mm)||21×22.3×27.3 (With 9.1mm Lens)|
|Weight||20.8g±1.5g (With 9.1mm Lens)|
|Vibration||5.35grms, 3 Axis|
|Shock||Half-sine Wave, 40g/11ms, 3 Axis 6 Direction|
|Optional Lens||Fixed Focus Athermal: 9.1mm|
The iTL612/R thermal imaging module can be integrated into UAV payloads and wearable devices so that is widely used in fields of Predictive Maintenance, Photovoltaic Inspection, Environmental Protection, Scientific Research, Aerial Photography, Police Investigation, Relief & Rescue, Forest Fire Prevention, Urban Safety etc.
1.What is the difference between uncooled and cooled IR detectors?
There are currently two types of infrared thermal imaging sensors on the market, cooled and uncooled.
Uncooled IR detector operates at ambient temperature. It is based on semi-conductor industry and thus usually can be fabricated in big volume with small size and low cost. Uncooled IR detectors are widely used in portable/handheld/mobile devices.
Cooled IR detectors are packaged in a unit that keeps them at an extremely low temperature which shall be supported by a cryo cooler. They are much bigger, more expensive and less reliable than uncooled sensors, mainly due to the complex cooling systems they require. However, the cooled systems are incredibly sensitive and usually work with long focal length optics to achieve long range mission.