Uncooled FPA Thermal Imaging Detector 8~14μm for ADAS
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|Resolution||400x300 / 12μm||NETD||＜40mK|
|Spectral Range||8~14μm||Size||18.5×18.5×3.8 (Without Pin Size)|
FPA Thermal Imaging Detector,
ADAS Thermal Imaging Detector,
14um Uncooled Infrared Detectors
400x300 / 12μm Uncooled FPA Thermal Imaging Detector with Ceramic Package
GST412C uncooled infrared detector is a new arrival infrared product developed by Global Sensor Technology. It uses the international mainstream vanadium oxide material which makes it own more outstanding comprehensive performance. This vanadium oxide (VOx) microbolometer detector covers long wavelength from 8 to 14μm. And its resolution is 400x300 with pixel size at 12μm.
Ceramic packaging is currently the most popular packaging technology on the market. The size, weight and power consumption of the detector can be significantly reduced. By integrating the ceramic packaging infrared detector, the infrared camera could present clear and sharp images.
This new ceramic package infrared detector will give more choices for customers from various industries such as Industrial Automation, Intelligent Security, Unmanned Platform, Robot, Intelligent Hardware, Advanced Driver Assistant System, Firefighting etc.
- High thermal sensitivity, NETD<40mK
- Frame rate up to 50Hz;
- Mini size as low as 18.5mm×18.5mm×3.8mm
- Light weight, less than 4.5g
- Low power consumption: 80mW
|Sensitive Material||Vanadium Oxide|
|Digital Output||Built-in 14 bit ADC|
|Thermal Response Time||＜12ms|
|Max Frame Rate||50Hz|
|Dimension (mm)||18.5×18.5×3.8 (Without Pin Size)|
|Operating Temperature||-40°C ~ +85°C|
The GST412C thermal imaging detector is widely used in many areas, such as ADAS, Security Monitoring, Handheld Device, Helmet-mounted Device, UAV Payloads, Machine Vision, Thermography, Power Maintenance, Metallurgy Petrochemical, Epidemic Prevention, Scientific Research 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.