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Lwir microbolometer

Microbolometers WAFER-LEVEL-PACKAGED VOX Teledyne DALSA's vanadium oxide (VOx) based microbolometer long-wave infrared detectors cover wavelengths from 8-14 µm and provide performance consistent with the best in the industry--they power our own Calibir IR cameras..

and LWIR bands, using an optimized detector design. Revised analysis of the thermal response time of the microbolometer indicates that the addition of gold black marginally decreases the speed of the detector, but response is enhanced and more uniform in both MWIR and LWIR bandwidths. These ob-served increases would indeed be smaller for more. Microbolometers WAFER-LEVEL-PACKAGED VOX Teledyne DALSA's vanadium oxide (VOx) based microbolometer long-wave infrared detectors cover wavelengths from 8-14 µm and provide performance consistent with the best in the industry--they power our own Calibir IR cameras..

What does Lwir stand for? Long Wavelength Infrared (LWIR) LWIR is typically defined as the 8.0 – 14.0 μm wavelength range. Long Wavelength Infrared is the most commonly used form of Infrared technology. LWIR imagers detect radiated temperatures that indicate important information to the operator. Can SWIR see through clouds?.

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LWIR FIXED CAMERA OPTIONS Specifications 4TI 5TI 9TI 13TI 19TI 25TI Image Sensor Uncooled Vanadium Oxide Microbolometer, 50Hz Resolution 384×288, 640×512 or 1280×1024 pixels.

Running at 30 frames/s, these 17 µm pixel pitch uncooled microbolometer cameras capture thermal IR images in the long-wave infrared band (8 μm to 14 μm). Teledyne DALSA offers a unique capability for manufacturing its own QVGA uncooled long-wavelength infrared detectors..

LWIR 640 x 480, 17 μm ceramic VOx microbolometer The Bird 640, 17 μm detectors are a family of compact, low SWaP-C, VGA-format detectors in a ceramic package available in a variety of sensitivity levels and suitable for the most demanding military and HLS applications. Suited and field tested... BIRD XGA LWIR 1024 x 768, 17 μm VOx microbolometer.

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