Sierra-Olympic releases uncooled LWIR camera

Vinden CZ 320 infrared cameras, which are offered in both 60 Hz and 9 Hz frame rates, feature a VOx uncooled microbolometer detector in 640 x 480 or 320 x 240 focal plane arrays, as well as a 17 µm x 17 µm pixel size.

Jul 22nd, 2014
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Vinden CZ 320 infrared cameras, which are offered in both 60 Hz and 9 Hz frame rates, feature a VOx uncooled microbolometer detector in 640 x 480 or 320 x 240 focal plane arrays, as well as a 17 µm x 17 µm pixel size. The LWIR cameras—which are available in monochrome and color—feature a spectral range of 8-12 μm, 3X optical zoom, 2X digital zoom, and a custom processor that provides image processing functions. In addition, the cameras generate H.264/MJPEG IP-video streams for Ethernet connectivity, as well as simultaneous NTSC/PAL analog video, and 14-bit Camera Link digital video. Vinden CZ 320 cameras are suitable for use in integrators and OEM in industrial applications, security and surveillance, and military applications.

To Learn More:

Contact:
Sierra-Olympic
Headquarters
: Hood River, OR, USA
Product:
Vinden CZ 320 LWIR cameras
Key Features:
VOx uncooled microbolometer detector in 640 x 480 or 320 x 240 focal plane arrays, 17 µm x 17 µm pixel size, 14-bit Camera Link.

What Sierra-Olympic says:
View more information on the 60 Hz model.
View more information on the 9 Hz model.

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