GAVIN615B Compact Thermal Camera Core 640x512 / 15μm MCT MWIR Camera Module
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|Resolution||640x512 / 15μm||NETD||≤20mK|
|Spectral Range||3.7~4.8μm MW||Frame Rate||50Hz/100Hz|
GAVIN615B Thermal Camera Core,
640x512 MWIR Camera Module,
MCT Thermal Camera Core
GAVIN615B Compact Low Power Consumption 640x512 / 15μm MCT MWIR Cooled Camera Module
GAVIN615B is a cooled mid wave thermal imaging module developed by Global Sensor Technology (GST). It consists of a 640x512 / 15µm HgCdTe MWIR IR detector with RS046 cryocooler, hardware electronics and various image processing algorithms are also embedded already to present sharp and clear thermal images.
Configured with RS046 cryocooler, the GAVIN615B is very compact in size, measuring 125x92x67mm in dimension and weighing less than 650g in weight. It’s stable power consumption is as low as 12w. With industrial standard cameralink interface, infrared camera or system integrator can design or integrate their own complete camera easily based on the GAVIN615B thermal imaging module.
- High Sensitivity, NETD≤20mK
- Long Range Detection
- Adjustable Frame Rate
- Easy Integration into the System
|IR Detector Performance|
|Spectral Range||3.7μm～4.8μm MW|
|Cooling Time (20°C)||≤7min|
|Image Direction||Horizontally/Vertically/Diagonally Flip|
|Standard External Interface||J30JZ 25pin|
|Digital Video||16bit RAW/YUV: 16bit DVP/Cameralink Output|
|External Sync||Frame External Sync: RS422 Level|
|Stable Power Consumption||12W|
|Operation Temperature||-40°C ~ +60°C|
|Vibration Magnitude||Vibration: GJB Vehicle-mounted High Speed Transport
Shock: Half-sine Wave, 40g 11 ms, 3 Axis 6 Direction 3 Times Each
|Optional Lens||Continuous Zoom
The GAVIN615B thermal infrared camera module is widely used many areas such as Remote Monitoring System, Flight Vision Enhancement System, Multi-sensor Payload etc.
1. What is infrared thermal imaging?
In nature, all objects whose temperature is higher than absolute zero (- 273 ℃) can radiate infrared rays. By using the infrared camera detector to measure the infrared radiation temperature difference between the target itself and the background, you can get different infrared images, which are also called thermal images.
2. How do infrared detectors work?
Infrared radiation that emitted by target enters the sensing range of the thermal detector, then the infrared 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.
3. What are the advantages of cooled infrared detectors?
The cooled infrared focal plane detector operates at a low temperature which is provided by a detector dewar cooler (ddc). It has high sensitivity and can distinguish more subtle temperature difference than uncooled infrared detector. It can detect, identify and recognize objects at a very long range which is more than ten kilometers away. The structure of cooled detector is very complex which results in a relatively high cost than uncooled detector.