The ATC8225 Thermal Infrared Imaging-IR Camera realizes the drive of the refrigerator and digitizes the analog signal of the detector. The analog signal of the detector is converted into a digital signal by a 14-bit ADC chip, and output as a USB3.0 digital video. It can also output clear infrared images in the dark night or in bad weather conditions, which can detect and identify potential long-distance threats, and present more detailed information on short-distance targets.
The SWIR used by the ATC8225 is more like enhanced vision, and it creates an image very similar to what the human eye sees. This has strong advantages in many of its applications, such as reducing potential friendly fire, seeing important features of maritime targets such as ship names, and face recognition in security applications. In addition, short-wave infrared imaging has a major advantage that other technologies cannot match.
Number of pixels: 640*512;
Using C308F integrated Stirling refrigerator;
Converting 1.0±0.2μm ~2.5±0.2μm band infrared radiation signal;
Pixel size is 15*15 microns;
Blind element rate≤0.5%;
NETD (average noise equivalent temperature difference) sensitivity≤50mk;
The main control board supports 16-bit Cameralink video output, and the expansion board supports USB3.0.
Civil aviation field
Forest fire prevention and environmental detection
High-end security monitoring
Unmanned aerial vehicles