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Fast Integration Cooled IR Camera Core EYAS1212 Mega Pixel 1280x1024 / 12μm
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|NETD||≤20mK||Spectral Range||3.7~4.8μm MW|
|Size||149x58.5x71mm||Frame Rate||1~100Hz Adjustable|
EYAS 1212 IR Camera Core,
1280x1024 IR Camera Core,
12um Integration Cooled Camera Modules
EYAS1212 Mega Pixel 1280x1024 / 12μm MCT MWIR Cooled Infrared Module for Fast Integration
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.
Global Sensor Technology is a supplier of infrared detectors sensors and OEM thermal camera cores. We have more than 10 years of experience in the infrared thermal imaging industries. We have professional after-sales service team to provide customers with professional reply. For any questions or problems, please contact us at any time, we will be in the first time for you to answer.
- 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. Classification of Infrared Focal Plane Arrays (FPA)
According to the cooling method, infrared focal plane array can be divided into cooled and uncooled thermal imaging detectors. The cooled FPA infrared detector mainly adopts Dewar bottle/quick start throttling refrigerator and Dewar bottle/Stirling cycle refrigerator at present. While the uncooled FPA thermal IR detector works at room temperature. It is the core of uncooled thermal imaging system. The most common heat-sensitive materials include vanadium oxide (Vox) and amorphous silicon (a-Si). Vanadium oxide material is the mainstream choice in the current market; it has a high temperature resistance coefficient, and high thermal sensitivity.
2. Working Principle of Infrared Focal Plane Array
An array of photosensitive elements is arranged on the focal plane array detector. Infrared rays emitted from infinity are imaged on these photosensitive elements of the focal plane array through the optical system. The detector converts the light signal into an electrical signal and performs integral amplification, sampling, output buffer and multiplexing system, and is finally sent to the monitoring system to form an image.