Thermal Imager Flaunts 10-µm Pixel Pitch

Sierra-Olympic Technologies’ Tenum 640 thermal imager features a 640 x 512 array and 10-µm pixel pitch. The thermal camera module combines ultra-small pixel structure with an ultra-sensitive, vanadium oxide (VOx) microbolometer sensor. It provides notable longwave infrared (LWIR) imaging quality and detection up to 60 fps. The high-resolution LWIR camera core features image contrast enhancement, 24-bit RGB and YUV (4,2,2), plus a sensitivity of less than 50 mK NETD.  

 

The thermal camera is available with or without optics. Optional lenses include 7.7 mm, 15 mm, and 20 mm.  Each sealed lens and lens mount is environmentally-rated IP67 and the camera enclosure is designed for rugged and extreme temperatures, operating from -40°C to +80°C. If you must learn more, peruse the datasheet and/or call 855-222-1801.

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