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|Resolution:||256x192 / 12μm||Frame Rate:||50/60Hz|
Light Weight Uncooled Infrared Detectors,
Uncooled Infrared Detectors 256x192
Light Weight 256x192 / 12μm Uncooled LWIR Infrared Thermal Detector for Infrared Imaging
GST212M is a metal package VOx uncooled infrared FPA detector with 256x192 resolution, 12μm pixels pitch, high sensitivity and NETD<30mK. It can detect the infrared thermal radiation in the spectral range of 8 to 14μm.
The GST212M thermal camera sensor adopts metal packaging process and integrated TEC technology, which meets the requirements of high reliability, long life and stable operation. It provides clear thermal imaging in all kinds of harsh environments, such as total darkness, rainstorm, snow, sand storm and so on.
GST212M uncooled LWIR sensor is widely used in areas like Predictive Maintenance, Security & Monitoring, Outdoors, UAV Payloads, ADAS, Firefighting & Rescue and other industries.
- Material: Vanadium Oxide
- Pixel Pitch: 12μm
- Resolution: 256x192
- Light Weight <6.5g
- Spectra Range: 8μm~14μm
- High sensitivity, NETD<30mK
|Thermal Response Time||<12ms|
|Operation Temperature||-40°C ~ +85°C|
The GST212M thermal imaging detector is widely used in many areas, such as Thermography, Security & Monitoring, Outdoors, Law Enforcement & Rescue, ADAS, UAV Payloads etc.
1. What is infrared thermal imaging?
Infrared thermal imaging is a method of using infrared radiation and thermal energy to gather information about objects, in order to formulate images of them, or get temperature information of the objects, even in low visibility environments.
2. How does Infrared Thermal Imaging Work?
Infrared thermal imaging system is a passive non-contact detection and identification of infrared technology. It focuses the infrared radiation of the scene on the focal plane array infrared detector through the infrared optical system that can pass through infrared radiation. The thermal detector converts the radiation signal of different intensity into the corresponding electrical signal, and then through amplification and video processing, forms the infrared image that can be observed by the naked eyes.
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