12μm 1280x1024 Uncooled Thermal Camera Sensor Module High Sensitivity
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1280x1024 Uncooled Thermal Camera,
50mK Thermal Camera Sensor Module,
Thermal Camera Sensor Module High Sensitivity
MegaPixel Plug Series 1280x1024 / 12μm Uncooled Infrared Camera Core Used in Complex Environments
PLUG1212 thermal camera core uses the 12um 1280x1024 microbolometer VOx thermal imaging detector to provide ultra clear thermal imaging.
With the cutting edge Vanadium-Oxide technology, PLUG1212 thermal imaging core could remain superior environmental adaptability in complex and harsh weather conditions.
- Size: 56x56x40.2
- Weight: ≤220g
- Wavelength: 8~14µm (LWIR)
- Frame Rate: 25Hz
|IR Detector Performance|
|Digital Zoom||1~8X Continual Zoom, Step Size 1/8|
|Image Display||Black Hot/White Hot/Pseudo Color|
|Image Direction||Horizontally/Vertically/Diagonally Flip|
|Standard External Interface||50pin_HRS Interface|
|Communication Mode||RS232-TTL, 115200bps|
|Typical Power Consumption||<2.0W|
|Operation Temperature||-40°C ~ +70°C|
|Storage Temperature||-45°C ~ +85°C|
|Vibration||Random Vibration 5.35grms, 3 Axis|
|Shock||Half-sine Wave, 40g/11ms, 3 Axis 6 Direction|
|Optional Lens||Fixed Focus Athermal: 19mm/25mm|
The PLU1212 infrared imaging module is widely used in Security & Monitoring, Outdoors, Firefighting & Rescue, 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.