LS734 Linear Stirling Cryocooler for Cooling MCT Cooled Infrared Detector

Place of Origin Wuhan, Hubei Province, China
Brand Name GST
Certification ISO9001:2015; RoHS; Reach
Model Number LS734
Minimum Order Quantity 1 Piece
Price Negotiable
Payment Terms L/C, T/T

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Product Details
Weight ≤1.0kg Type Linear Stirling Cryocooler
MTTF ≥20000hrs Steady Power Consumption ≤10W (430mW@77K@20℃)
Integration Method IDDCA Max Power Consumption 50W
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Product Description

LS734 Linear Stirling Cryocooler for Cooling MCT Cooled Infrared Detector 


Product Description


LS734 linear stirling cryocooler adopts moving magnet linear motor, self-lubricating coating and other technologies to effectively improve its reliability and operating life. In addition, the compressor and dewar are connected by connecting pipes, which can realize a flexible layout in various application scenarios.


 Main Features

Fast cooling, wide operating temperature range, low vibration, low noise, high reliability; meet the needs of 7*24H long-time operation



Gas Leak Monitoring, Security Monitoring and other scenarios that require long time operation


Product Specifications


Model LS734
Type Linear Stirling Cryocooler
MTTF ≥20000hrs
Maximum Size (mm) Compressor Φ46×122
Expander Φ40×88
Weight ≤1.0kg
Cooling Power (@77K@20℃)≥1300mW
Operating Temperature -45℃~+71℃
Storage Temperature -55℃~+85℃
Environmental Specification GJB150A-2009
Input Voltage 24DC
Max Power Consumption 50W
Steady Power Consumption ≤10W (430mW@77K@20℃)
Cooling Time ≤4min (450J@77K@20℃)
Cold Finger Dimension Φ8mm
Electronics Built-in
Integration Method IDDCA


About Global Sensor Technology

LS734 Linear Stirling Cryocooler for Cooling MCT Cooled Infrared Detector 0



1. What is thermal sensitivity?

Thermal Sensitivity, also named NETD (Noise Equivalent Temperature Difference), is a key parameter for evaluating medium wave (MWIR) and long wave (LWIR) thermal imaging cameras. It is directly related to the clarity measured by the thermal imager. It is a numerical value representing the signal-to-noise ratio of the temperature difference and measured in milliKelvins (mK). The smaller the thermal sensitivity value, the higher the sensitivity and the clearer the image.


2. What are the applications of thermal imaging?
Temperature measurement and all-weather imaging are two basic functions of infrared thermal imaging technology. Products developed based on these two technologies are widely used in security & monitoring, UAV payloads, industrial inspection, firefighting, predictive maintenance, ADAS, epidemic prevention, AIoT etc.