Cooled Optical Gas Imaging MWIR Camera 320x256 30μM For Visualizing Gas Leaks
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|Function||Gas Leak Detection||Cryo Cooler||RS058|
|Detector Resolution||320x256||Pixel Size||30μm|
Optical Gas Imaging MWIR Camera,
Cooled Gas Imaging MWIR Camera
320x256 30μM MWIR Cooled Optical Gas Imaging Camera For Visualizing Gas Leaks
Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) is an innovative thermal imaging technology that utilizes high sensitivity infrared cameras for detecting minute fugitive emissions of industrial gases.
GAS330 is a 320x256 / 30µm Cooled Optical Gas Imaging Camera. Its high sensitivity is suitable for detection scene with low gas concentration and slow gas flow rate. Inspectors can find the gas that pollutes the environment or is harmful to personnel assets, and timely avoid profitable gas loss.
GST IR detectors have been widely used in thermography, security & surveillance, personal vision, automotive and consumer infrared products. The volume production capability of GST enables it to meet the growing demand from all existing and emerging markets.
- Resolution: 320x256
- Pixel Pitch: 30µm
- NETD≤15mK, High Sensitivity
- Spectral Response: 3.2µm±0.1µm~3.5µm±0.1µm
- Wavelength Customizable Based on Different Requirements
- Integrate with DVP/CameraLink Interface Easily
|IR Detector Performance|
|Spectral Range||3.2μm±0.1μm~3.5μm±0.1μm MW|
|Cooling Time (20°C)||≤8min|
|Image Direction||Horizontally/Vertically/Diagonally Flip|
|Standard External Interface||J30JZ 25pin|
|Digital Video||16bit RAW/YUV: 16bit DVP/Cameralink Output|
|External Sync||Frame External Sync: RS422 Level|
|Stable Power Consumption||12W|
|Operation 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
|Optional Lens||Fixed Zoom: 23mm/F1.5; 55mm/F1.5|
The GAS330 gas leak detection thermal imaging camera is used for visiualizing the invisible VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and detecting gas leakage such as: Methane, Ethane, Propane, Butane, Pentane, Hexane, Heptane, Octane, Ethylene, Propylene, Isoprene, Methanol, Ethanol, Butanone, Benzene, Toluene, Xylene, Ethylbenzene etc.
1. What is a cryocooler used for?
Cryocoolers are machines that keep sensors extremely cold so that thermal images can be taken on long-term missions. In many high-end applications, the sensors that capture images require extremely low temperatures.
2. What are the main factors to measure the quality of Cryocooler?
Long battery life and reliable operation are main factors to measure the quality of a cryocooler. GSTiR cryocooler has a wide operating temperature range and excellent reliability. Its MTTF (Mean Time to Failures) has reached to 10,000 hours, which meets 24*7 boot operation requirements.
3. What is MTTF?
MTTF (Mean Time to Failure) measures a part’s reliability. It shows you how long on average a part lasts before it breaks and you have to replace it. On a basic level, it tells you about the quality of the parts you’re buying. The longer they last, the more value you’re getting from them.