Long Wave Type II Superlattice Cooled Infrared Detectors 320x256 30μm
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|Resolution||320x256 / 30μm||NETD||≤25mK (F2)|
|Spectral Range||7.7~9.5μm LW||Size||142x58.5x71mm|
Cooled Infrared Detectors 30um,
Superlattice Infrared Detectors 320x256,
RS058 Lwir Cooled Infrared Detectors
C330S LWIR is one of T2SL lwir cooled infrared detectors developed by Global Sensor Technology (GST). It consists of a 320x256@30µm Type II Superlattice (T2SL) cooled photon detector, Integrated Detector Cooler Assembly (IDCA), designed for high performance 7.7~9.5μm Long Wave Infrared (LWIR) wavebands.
Without fear of interference, C330S LWIR cooled lwir detector is suitable for target detection in complex background, such as ships on the sea in the scene of light reflection on the water surface, aircraft in the background of clouds in the sky, etc.
T2SL cooled detectors adopts the world's leading T2SL technology which enables mass production capability and thus ultimately it will benefit the users with more affordable price but never compromise in performance. The industrial standard size and interface enables customers to switch to and benefit from the most advanced T2SL technology without further R&D investment.
- Resolution: 320x256
- Pixel Pitch: 30µm
- High Sensitivity
- Good Imaging Effect
- Low Noise
- Stable Performance
- Excellent Non-uniformity
|Spectral Range||7.7μm～9.5μm LW|
|Working Mode||Snapshot; ITR Integration Mode; Windows Mode; Anti-blooming|
|Output Channel||1 or 4; Up to 6.6 Mpixel/s per Output|
|Effective Pixel Rate||≥99.5%|
|Steady Power Consumption||<8W|
|Max Power Consumption||<17W|
|Power Supply||24V DC|
|Working Temperature||-45°C ~ +71°C|
The C330S LWIR cryogenically cooled infrared detector is widely used many areas such as Remote Monitoring System, Flight Vision Enhancement System, Multi-sensor Payload 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.