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|Cooling Power:||(@100K@20℃)＞400mW||Stable Power Consumption:||<3.5W (130mW@100K@20°C)|
Split Rotary Stirling Engine Cryocooler,
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RS046H 400mW Split Rotary Stirling Cryocooler for Cooled Infrared Detectors
RS046H is a split version of RS046 rotary stirling cooler developed by Global Sensor Technology (GST). With the same compressor structure of RS046, the split format RS046H is even smaller in size. The cold finger in RS046H dewar cooler has the same diameter as that in RS046 cooler but with shorter length. Benefit from the split design of the compressor and the cold finger, the infrared system with RS046H integrated is flexible in special design.
Global Sensor Technology is a supplier of thermal infrared detectors and infrared camera module. After years of industrial application experience, we are capable to provide professional, efficient and convenient solutions for customers in all industries with its core technology of independent R&D infrared detector.
- Cooling Power: (@100K@20℃)＞400mW
- Cooling Time: <5mins(110J@100K@20℃)
- Small Size
- Low Noise
- Low Consumption
|Type||Split Rotary Stirling Cryocooler|
|Working Temperature||-45°C ~ +85°C|
|Storage Temperature||-56°C~ +85°C|
|Max Power Consumption||<12W|
|Steady Power Consumption||<3.5W (130mW@100K@20°C)|
|Cooling Time||<5min (110J@100K@20°C)|
|Cold Finger Dimension||Φ6.4mm|
The RS046H integrated dewar cooler assembly is used for provide cryogenic environment for the cooled infrared detectors.
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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