FPA Uncooled Infrared Detectors 400x300 Uncooled Vox Microbolometer
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FPA Uncooled Infrared Detectors,
Uncooled Infrared Detectors 400x300,
400x300 Uncooled Vox Microbolometer
LWIR 400x300 / 17μm VOx Uncooled Infrared Detector, FPA Microbolometer for Thermal Camera Module
GST417W is one of the Wafer Level Packing (WLP) VOx uncooled focal plane array detectors developed by Global Sensor Technology (GST). Its resolution is 400x300 with pixel size at 17μm.
Wafer level packaging (WLP) is a kind of smallest size of low cost packaging. It is the process of completing high vacuum packaging directly on the entire MEMS wafer, then scribing and cutting to make a single infrared detector. From its manufacturing, packaging and delivery to the customer, the entire process is greatly reduced and the cycle is much shorter, which will cause lower costs.
GST417W uncooled LWIR Infrared sensor is widely used in almost all popular applications such as thermography, security monitoring, firefighting, autonomous driving, personal vision etc.
- Tiny Size: 18x16x2.8mm
- Light Weight: <1.5g
- Low Power Consumption
- Sharp Image Presentation
- A Variety of Applications
|Digital Output||Built-in 14 bits ADC|
|Thermal Response Time||<12ms|
|Operation Temperature||-40°C ~ +85°C|
The GST417W uncooled microbolometer detector is widely used in many areas, such as Thermography, Security & Monitoring, Outdoors, UAVs Payload, Epedemic Prevention, ADAS, Intelligent Hardware, Smart Building, Smart Home, AIoT 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.