OEM Small Size Uncooled LWIR Thermal Imaging Core 256x192 12μm
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|Spectral Range||8~14μm||Temperature Range||-20℃~+120℃ (Customizable)|
Uncooled LWIR Thermal Imaging Core,
OEM LWIR Thermal Imaging Core,
12um Small Thermal Camera Core
Light Weight LWIR Uncooled Thermal Imaging Core with 256x192 Resolution, 12μm Pixel Size
TIMO256 uncooled IR imaging module, also known as the uncooled thermal module, is one of the TIMO infrared camera module family developed by Global Sensor Technology (GST). It includes an exceptionally small size 256x192 / 12μm wafer level package (WLP) infrared detector that covers long wavelength from 8 to 14 microns.
Thanks to the WLP technology, the TIMO256 thermal IR camera module achieves super micro structure, ultra low cost expenditure while offers greater sensitivity and superior image quality at an affordable price, enabling the customer to choose the most suitable type according to their own requirements.
Due to its fully optimized structure, TIMO256 thermal camera core is popular and widely used in infrared thermal imaging applications such as Thermography, Epidemic Prevention, Smart Hardware, AIoT etc.
- Detector: WLP uncooled microbolometer
- Resolution: 256x192 / 12 μm
- Miniature Size: 15x13x6.83mm
- NETD: ≤45mK
|IR Detector Performance|
|Focus Mode||Fixed Zoom|
|Depth of Field||10cm to Infinity|
|Frame Rate||1~30Hz (Customizable)|
|Temperature Range||-20°C ~ +120°C (Customizable)|
|Temperature Accuracy||Customizable (Meet the Requirements of Body or Industrial Thermography)|
|Dimension (mm)||15x13x6.83 (The Specifications Shall Prevail)|
|Operation Temperature||-20°C ~ +60°C|
|Storage Temperature||-40°C ~ +85°C|
The TIMO256 thermal camera core is widely used in many areas, such as Thermography, Intelligent Hardware, Smart Building, Smart Home, AIoT 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.