IR module is uncooled

JANUARY 26, 2009--IRXCore-640 is a 640 x 480-pixel thermal infrared camera module that provides complete imaging electronics with a Camera Link output.

Jan 26th, 2009

JANUARY 26, 2009--IRXCore-640 is a 640 x 480-pixel thermal infrared camera module that provides complete imaging electronics with a Camera Link output. The module can be controlled remotely; it produces a 16-bit raw signal output at 60 Hz. TEC-less operation minimizes module size and power consumption. The module is available for integration in industrial, biomedical, military, transport, and aerospace applications requiring high-resolution thermal imaging capabilities. It is based on an uncooled bolometric sensor specially designed to provide high-sensitivity imaging (NETD ≤ 70 mK) in the LWIR band (7-14 µm).
INO
Quebec City, QC, Canada
www.ino.ca

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PRESS RELEASE

INO introduces its 640 x 480 Pixel Thermal Infrared Camera Module

INO, Quebec City, Canada, October 8, 2008 -- INO is pleased to announce its new 640 x 480 pixel thermal infrared camera module (IRXCore-640).

The IRXCore-640 module provides complete imaging electronics with a Camera Link output. The module offers a flexible architecture for complete remote control and raw data access providing a 16-bit raw signal output at 60 Hz. TECless operation minimizes module size and power consumption.

The module is commercially available for integration of numerous industrial, biomedical, military, transport, and aerospace applications requiring high resolution thermal imaging capabilities. The IRXCore-640 camera module is based on an uncooled bolometric sensor specially designed to provide high sensitivity imaging (NETD ≤ 70 mK) in the LWIR band (7-14 µm).

For more information on the IRXCore-640 please go to the following link:
http://www.ino.ca/en/achievements/by-expertise/bolometers-IR-modules/thermal-infrared-camera-module.html

About INO
A leading technology designer and developer, INO is the largest Canadian center of expertise in optics/photonics for industry. An international leader in its field, up until now INO has completed 4,000 custom solutions for corporations working in different fields. Furthermore, INO has performed 38 technology transfers resulting in the creation of 24 new high-tech companies.

INO employs more than 225 people, the majority of whom are researchers, scientists and technicians who are at the root of its world-renowned reputation.

For more information, please visit our new web site: www.ino.ca.

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