12-Micron Thermal Image Sensor Extends Battery Life

Sporting a compact footprint and promising to extend camera battery life, the Atto320TM is the first in the company’s family of 12-micron, stand-alone, image sensors. A stand-alone component, the sensor offers flexibility in configuring designs that meet specific performance needs. Features include a frame rate of 60 Hz, a power consumption of less than 220 mW at 60 Hz, high uniformity and stability, and temperature difference detection capability as low as 0.06°C (60-mK thermal sensitivity). A datasheet is available on the ULIS website at https://www.ulis-ir.com/media/catalog/atto-320-fiche-produit.pdf

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