Infrared Detector Market by Type, Spectral Range, Application - Global $466 Million

DUBLIN --- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Infrared Detector Market by Type, Spectral Range, Application - Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecasts, 2014-2022" report to their offering. The market is segmented by type, spectral range, application, and geography. Based on type, the market is bifurcated into thermal detector and photo detector. Thermal detectors are subcategorized into thermopile, microbolometer, and pyroelectric; while photo detectors are subcategorized into indium gallium arsenide, mercury cadmium telluride, and polycrystalline lead sulfide (PBS) & polycrystalline lead selenide (PBSE) type.

On the basis of spectral range, it is classified into short-wave IR, medium-wave IR, and long-wave IR. Applications of IR detectors include aerospace & defense, industrial, medical, automotive, security, and consumer electronics. Geographically, the market analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA.


The world infrared detector market is segmented based on type, spectral range, application, and geography.

• Thermal detector
• Thermopile
• Microbolometer
• Pyroelectric
• Photo detector
• Indium Gallium Arsenide
• Mercury Cadmium Telluride
• Polycrystalline lead sulfide (PbS) & polycrystalline lead selenide (PbSe)

• Short-Wave Infrared
• Medium-Wave Infrared
• Long-Wave Infrared

• Aerospace & Defense
• Industrial
• Medical
• Automotive
• Security
• Consumer Electronics

Companies Mentioned
• Texas Instruments Inc.
• Honeywell International Inc.
• Omron Corporation
• Excelitas Technologies Corp.
• Hamamatsu Photonic K.K.
• FLIR Systems Inc.
• Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
• Raytheon Company
• Sofradir
• Nippon Avionics

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