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|Material:||Vanadium Oxide||Resolution:||1280x1024 / 12μm|
Large Array Uncooled Infrared Detectors,
Uncooled Infrared Detectors 1280x1024
Mega Pixel Large Array 1280x1024 / 12μm Uncooled Focal Plane Array LWIR Infrared Detector
GST1212M is one of the metal packing uncooled VOx microbolometer infrared detectors developed by Global Sensor Technology (GST). GST1212M uncooled focal plane array detector uses the international mainstream vanadium oxide material which makes it own more outstanding comprehensive performance.
With large array 1280x1024 resolution, GST1212M long wave infrared sensor could present more image details and supports larger field of view. The reduced 12µm pixel size offers better spatial resolution and matches shorter optical lens focus to achieve the same range mission.
Based on metal package technics and TEC technology, GST1212M uncooled infrared microbolometer has high sensitivity, stable performance characteristics and can present clear imaging quality in various kinds of harsh working environment such as total darkness, thick fog, heavy rain, snow, sand storm etc.
- NETD<30mk, High Sensitivity
- Mature Technology
- Stable Performance
- Long Operating Life
- Clear Image Quality & Details
- Strong Environmental Adaptability
|Digital Output||Built-in 14bits ADC|
|Thermal Response Time||<12ms|
|Operation Temperature||-40°C ~ +85°C|
The GST1212M uncooled fpa detector is widely used in many areas, such as Thermography, Security & Monitoring, Outdoors, Law Enforcement & Rescue, ADAS, UAV Payloads 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.
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