Outdoor LWIR Thermal Camera Core 640x512 25.4mm×25.4mm×35mm

Place of Origin Wuhan, Hubei Province, China
Brand Name GST
Certification ISO9001:2015; RoHS; Reach
Model Number TWIN612/R
Minimum Order Quantity 1 Piece
Price Negotiable
Payment Terms L/C, T/T

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Product Details
Resolution 640x512 Power Consumption 0.8W
Spectral Range 8~14μm Pixel Pitch 12μm
NETD <40mK Frame Rate 25Hz/30Hz
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Thermal Camera Core 25.4mm×25.4mm


LWIR Core 640x512


Outdoor LWIR Core

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Product Description

Outdoor LWIR Thermal Camera Core 640x512 25.4mm×25.4mm×35mm


Product Description


TWIN612 thermal module is a new arrival product developed by Global Sensor Technology.


Featuring a 640x512 pixel array with a pixel pitch of 12 µm, this camera core provides ultra-high resolution imaging that is both efficient and reliable, with exceptional temperature sensitivity and a wide dynamic range of up to 14 bits.


Whether you require thermal imaging for security and surveillance, industrial inspection, or medical imaging, the 640x512/12µm uncooled infrared camera core is a high-performance solution that can meet the demands of your application with ease.


The 640x512/12µm uncooled infrared camera core is an advanced thermal imaging technology that delivers high-quality imaging and exceptional performance in a compact, user-friendly package.


Main Features


- Mini Size: 25.4mm×25.4mm×35mm
- Light Weight: 25g
- Typical NETD<40mk
- Sharp, Clear Thermal Imaging
- Typical Power Consumption as Low as 0.8W


Product Specifications


Model TWIN612/R
IR Detector Performance
Resolution 640×512
Pixel Size 12μm
Spectral Range 8~14μm
Typical NETD <40mK
Image Processing
Frame Rate 25Hz/30Hz
Start-up Time 6s
Analog Video PAL/NTSC
Digital Video YUV/BT.656/LVDS/USB2.0
Image Display 11 in Total (White Hot/Lava/Ironbow/Aqua/Hot Iron/Medical/Arctic/Rainbow1/Rainbow2/Red Hot/Black Hot)
Image Algorithm NUC/3D/2D/DRC/EE
Electrical Specifications
Standard External Interface 50pin_HRS
Communication Interface RS232/USB2.0
Supply Voltage 4~5.5V
Typical Power Consumption 0.8W
Temperature Measurement
Operating Temperature Range -10℃~50℃
Temperature Measurement Range -20℃~150℃, 0℃~550℃
Temperature Measurement Accuracy Greater of ±2℃ or ±2%
SDK Windows/Linux; Achieve Video Stream Analysis and Conversion from Gray to Temperature
Physical Characteristics
Dimension (mm) 25.4×25.4×35 (Without Lens)
Weight 25g (Without Lens)
Environmental Adaptability
Operating Temperature -40℃~+70℃
Storage Temperature -45℃~+85℃
Humidity 5%~95%, non-condensing
Vibration 5.35grms, 3 Axis
Shock Half Sine Wave, 40g/11ms, 3 Axis, 6 Direction
Optional Lens Fixed Athermal: 13mm


Industrial Applications

The TWIN612/R thermal imaging module is applied to the field of Thermography, Security Monitoring, UAV Payloads, Robots, Intelligent Hardware, ADAS, Firefighting & Rescue

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1. How does an infrared detector work?

Infrared detectors work by sensing electromagnetic radiation in the infrared range. The exact mechanism of detection varies depending on the type of infrared detector.


Thermal detectors work by measuring the temperature change caused by absorbing the infrared radiation. For example, microbolometers consist of a matrix of tiny resistive elements that are sensitive to heat. When infrared radiation is absorbed by the detector, it causes the temperature of the resistive element to increase, resulting in a change in electrical resistance that can be detected and converted into an image.


Photon detectors, on the other hand, work by converting photons from the infrared radiation into electrical signals. Two common types of photon detectors are photovoltaic detectors and photoconductors. Photovoltaic detectors generate a voltage when infrared photons are absorbed, while photoconductors increase their conductivity when photons are absorbed.


Infrared detectors can also utilize other detection mechanisms, such as pyroelectricity, where changes in temperature induce a charge in a material, or thermoelectric effects, where a temperature difference between two materials generates a voltage.


The output signal from the infrared detector can be processed and displayed as an image, which can be used for a variety of purposes, such as thermal imaging in medical or industrial applications, remote sensing of the environment, and thermal scanning in security systems.