Infrared imager sees in the dark The hand-held NightMaster infrared imager uses a 256 x 256 MWIR

Infrared imager sees in the dark The hand-held NightMaster infrared imager uses a 256 x 256 MWIR indium antimonide staring FPA sensor assembly for focusing night scenes in harsh environments for sur-

Infrared imager sees in the dark The hand-held NightMaster infrared imager uses a 256 x 256 MWIR indium antimonide staring FPA sensor assembly for focusing night scenes in harsh environments for sur-

veillance applications. It contains an f/4 50- mm/250-mm dual field-of-view telescope assembly, 12-bit real-time digital data output, and an RS-422 serial interface for remote control. A rechargeable battery allows two-hour operation, whereas a MIL-Standard lithium battery runs for eight hours. Cincinnati Electronics Corp., 7500 Innovation Way, Mason, OH 45040; (513) 573-6275; Fax: (513) 573-6290.

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