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Uncooled Micro LWIR Thermal Camera Core 256x192 12μM With 3.2mm Lens
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|Spectral Range||8~14μm||Pixel Pitch||12μm|
LWIR Thermal Camera 12uM,
3.2mm Lens LWIR Thermal Camera,
256x192 LWIR Thermal Camera Core
Uncooled Micro LWIR 256x192 12μm Thermal Camera Core with 3.2mm Lens
iLC212 uncooled IR imaging module integrates the 256x192 / 12μm focal plane array wafer level package (WLP) infrared detector and can capture long-wave infrared (LWIR) spectrum that ranges from 8 to 14μm.
Oriented for fully optimized SWaP-C, the iLC212 thermal camera module is specially designed for those customers who has strict requirements about size, weight and cost in the area of security and surveillance. Due to its miniature size, light weight and very low price, the iLC212 thermal core greatly meets the customers' low price demands, shorten their developement time and save costs for them.
Global Sensor Technology specializes in the design, manufacture, sales and marketing of thermal imaging detectors and infrared modules. We can provide our customers a variety of infrared thermal imaging solutions which shorten secondary development time and greatly reduce the cost for customers.
- Fully optimized SWaP-C application
- Suitable for various security thermal cameras
- A wide range of thermal imaging applications
- Low Power Consumption
|IR Detector Performance|
|Material||Uncooled Vanadium Oxide|
|Spectral Response||8μm ~14μm|
|Digital Video||RAW/YUV/BT656; Support USB2.0 Video Transmission; Temperature Measurement Support Parameter Line|
|Digital Frame Rate||25Hz/30Hz|
|Image Algorithm||Nonuniformity Correction (NUC)|
3D Image Noise Reduction (3DNR)
2D Noise Reduction (DNS)
Dynamic Range Compression (DRC)
|Operating Temperature Range||-10℃~+50℃|
|Temperature Measurement Range||-20℃~+150℃, Support Temperature Measurement Range Expansion and Customization|
|Temperature Measurement Accuracy||±3℃/±3% (take the larger value) @23℃±5℃; the Temperature Measurement Distance is 1.5m|
|Regional Temperature Measurement||Support Any Area Temperature Measurement, Output Area Maximum Value, Minimum Value and Average Value|
|SDK||Windows / Linux Version, Achieve Video Stream Analysis and Gray to Temperature Conversion|
|External Interface||30pin_HRS Connector|
|Expansion Component||VPC Board|
|ICC Software||Module Control and Video Display|
|Power Supply||DC 3.3V±0.1V|
|Power Dissipation||Steady State: 0.70W/3.3V @23±3℃|
|Connectors||External Connector Model: DF40C-30DP-0.4V (51), (HRS-Male)|
Mating Connector Model: DF40C (2.0)-30DS-0.4V (51), (HRS-Female)
|Size||21mm×21mm×12.8mm (including 3.2mm lens)|
|Weight||8.9g±0.5g (including 3.2mm lens)|
|Impact & Vibration Resistance||Impact: half sine wave, 40g/11ms, 3-axis, 6-direction|
Vibration: 5.35grms, 3 axis
|Optional Lens||3.2mm/F1.1, HFOV: 55.6±2.8°; Coating: AR|
The iLC212 thermal imaging module is applied to the field of Security Monitoring, Thermography, Wearable Device, Vehicle Electronics, Smart Home, Living Creatures Detection etc.
1. What is infrared radiation?
When talking about infrared thermal imaging, the first thing to think about is infrared radiation (IR). The wavelength of infrared radiation energy starts at about 700nm and extends to about 1mm. All objects emit a certain amount of heat in the form of infrared radiation, which is invisible to us, because in the entire electromagnetic spectrum, the naked eye can only see "visible light".
2. How does infrared thermal imager work?
The core component of the infrared equipment is the infrared thermal detector, which can sensitively detect the tiny temperature difference of the surrounding objects. Then, it collects this radiation information from the object and outputs the temperature information for imaging, which is based on the temperature difference information. The hotter the object, the more infrared radiation it produces. If the intensity is too high, you can feel it like heat.