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|NETD||≤20mK||Spectral Range||3.7~4.8μm MW|
|Size||149x58.5x71mm||Frame Rate||1~100Hz Adjustable|
Cooled Camera Module 1280x1024,
OEM MCT Cooled Camera Module,
12um MWIR Camera Modules
High Resolution 1280x1024 / 12μm MCT MWIR Cooled Infrared Module with Proximity Board
EYAS1212 is a high resolution analog-digital cooled infrared module based on 1280x1024 formats 12μm pitch IR FPA.
This AD module includes a proximity board that provides the FPA timing, and the sensitive power supplies. In addition, the Camera Link interface outputs 16bit raw data which highly simplifies the integration of the detector to the system.
Therefore, EYAS1212 AD module makes it easy for OEM customers to carry out fast acceptance test on GST C1212M 1280x1024@12μm cooled infrared detector, start rapid secondary development and shorten their development period of cooled infrared modules or complete infrared thermal cameras or systems based on cooled infrared detectors.
- Easy to Develop & Integrate
- Cameralink Interface Output 16bit Raw Data, Serial Port Control
- Integrated Structure, Dimensions are Consistent with Detector
- 5V Single-supply
- Capable of Capturing High Speed Moving Target
|IR Detector Performance|
|Spectral Range||3.7μm～4.8μm MW|
|Cooling Time (25°C)||≤6min|
|Optimal NETD (20°C)||≤20mK|
|Frame Rate||1~100Hz Adjustable|
|Working Mode||Snapshot; ITR/IWR Integration Mode; Windows Mode; Anti-blooming|
|Standard External Interface||QSH 60pin|
|Digital Video||Cameralink: Output 16bit Raw Data|
|External Sync||CC1: INT/Frame External Sync; CC2: MC External Sync|
|Communication||Cameralink Serial Port: TFG+/-, TC+/-; 9600bps|
|Power Supply||1 Channel Imaging Panel: 5V
1 Channel Cryocooler: 24V
|Stable Power Consumption||9W|
|Working 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
The EYAS1212 thermal imaging module is widely used many areas such as Remote Monitoring System, Flight Vision Enhancement System, Multi-sensor Payload etc.
1. What is MCT/HgCdTe detector?
MCT, also called HgCdTe, refers to Mercury-Cadmium-Tellurid which is a chemical compound of cadmium telluride (CdTe) and mercury telluride (HgTe) and a common material in photodetectors. MCT/ HgCdTe detector is a photoconductive detector that operates at a cryogenic environment and can detect infrared radiation. It is more sensitive than the thermal sensors.
2. What is T2SL detector?
T2SL refers to Type-II Superlattice, which is an artificial material with alternating growth periodic heterojunction at nanometer size. It has high uniformity and superior optical property, such as large electron effective mass,large absorption coefficient and high quantum efficiency. Compared with MCT infrared detector, the T2SL infrared detector has good material uniformity, low cost, and similar performance to MCT infrared detector in medium and long wave band, but has great advantages in very long wave band.
3. 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.
4. 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.