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|Spectral Range||8~14μm||Field Of View||37°x28°|
384x288 Vehicle Thermal Imaging Camera,
Vehicle Thermal Imaging Camera Module,
CVBS Vehicle Thermal Imaging Camera
N-Driver 384 Vehicle Mounted Thermal Camera with 384x288 / 17μm Uncooled Infrared Detector
N-Driver384 vehicle-mounted infrared module integrates 384x288@17μm infrared detector developed by Global Sensor Technology (GST). This automotive night vision thermal camera could help drivers see through the total darkness and also enhance the vision of drivers in harsh environments such as heavy rain and snow, thick smoke, dense fog etc.
Thanks to the thermal imaging technology, N-driver384 automotive infrared camera module can reveal unexpected obstacles, highlight sudden events, improves visibilities of road signs, navigates on unknown roads and overcomes blindness caused by oncoming headlights, thus dramatically lowers the risks of driving and enhances the safety of lives, properties and profiles.
With the featured razor-sharp live imaging, extremely wide viewing range, incredible durability in diverse harsh environments, instant installation on any vehicles and high affordability for any limited budgets, N-Driver is absolutely the perfect choice of driving assistant vision system.
- Rugged and compact design ensures easy integration
- Wide-angle lens delivers super-wide viewing range
- Enabling a detection range 4 times further than traditional headlight
- Hermetically sealed water & dust proof
|IR Detector Performance|
|Image Display Performance|
|Field of View||37°×28°|
|Video Output Format||CVBS|
|Output Image Frame Rate & Resolution||PAL 768x576@25Hz|
|Start-up Time||≤8s (Room Temperature)|
|Heater||When the Window Temperature is Lower than 2°C±2°C, Start Heating by Itself
When the Window Temperature is Higher than 7°C±2°C, Turn off the Heating by Itself
|Compensation Algorithm||Automatic Shutter Compensation|
|Image Algorithm||Automatic Brightness Contrast/Image Enhancement|
|Communication Interface||RS232, Baud Rate: 115200bps/CAN Communication, Speed 500kbps|
|Overall Power Consumption||≤3.5W@24V Power Supply, Window Heating is off
≤9W@24V Power Supply, Window Heating is on
|Observe Range||Person: 1.8m×0.5m ≥150m
Car: 2.3m×2.3m ≥300m
|External Cable Connection|
|Standard External Interface||Power Supply: DC5.5*2.1 Female Connector
Video: RCA Lotus Male Connector
Serial Port: SM 2.54-3P Male Connector (Pin)
|Dimension (mm)||40.0x36.0x58.0 (Without Cable)|
|Weight||150g±3g (Without Cable)|
|Operation Temperature||-40°C ~ +85°C|
|Storage Temperature||-45°C ~ +90°C|
|Environmental Test||Salt Spray: ISO16750-4; Harsh Level IV
Industrial Solvent: GB/T28046.5-2013
|Reliability Test||Vibration: ISO16750-3, Grade A
Flame Retardant: GB8410, Grade B
Stone Impact: ISO16750-3, Grade A
ESD: Contact Discharge ±8KV, Air Discharge ±15KV
|Package||Sealed Case IP67|
|EMC||EMC Test Certification (ISO10605, ISO11452-4, ISO11452-2, ISO7637-2)|
The N-driver 384 automotive thermal imaging camera is widely used in Advanced Driver Assistance System.
1.What is the difference between low light, active IR and thermal imaging?
Low light needs natural light and transforms weak natural light image into enhanced electronic image through image intensifier;
Active IR actively emits infrared light and uses infrared beam reflected by the target. It has very poor concealment;
Thermal imaging doesn’t need any light and is a passive infrared night vision that detects infrared radiation difference between targets and scene or different parts of an object. not be affected by the changes of the surrounding lighting conditions, during night or even in fog, rain and other harsh environments.
2. Can you block thermal imaging?
In most cases, you cannot. But infrared rays can't penetrate walls, and also the glass can block IR. So, if you don’t want to be detected, you can conceal behind glass or walls to block the thermal imaging.