Fairfield, NJ (PRWEB) September 10, 2008
Electrophysics (http://www.electrophysics.com) announced the availability of a series of uncooled thermal camera cores available in mid format (320x240 pixels) and large format (640x480 pixels) resolution. The miniature cores are designed to satisfy the demands of thermal imaging system developers and integrators looking for high performance, small size, low power and cost and full mil spec environmental specifications. Applications include micro UAV, UGV vehicle payloads, hand-held thermal viewers and cameras for fire service, security and industrial monitoring.
The infrared cores are fully customizable/programmable using powerful user-friendly interface software. Both analog and digital video output formats are available. Also available are a large selection of infrared objective lenses from wide angle to telephoto, motorized and manual.
The infrared cores incorporate state-of-the-art 25 micron pixel microbolometer imaging arrays that operate without temperature stabilization, reducing power consumption and size. The cores include a unique high speed, ultra compact shutter mechanism. Proprietary non-uniformity image correction and contrast enhancement algorithms deliver outstanding image quality under all operating conditions. Additional video processing features include zoom, user programmable video overlays and user created on screen logo, core image recording, motorized focus control and digital video output via USB 2.0 or LVDS.
The IR cores are built tough, qualified to Mil-Spec 810-E, and will operate in extreme ambient temperature conditions and backed by a two year warranty. They are in full rate production today and are very competitively-priced. The combination of performance, compact size, capabilities and low cost make these thermal camera cores the ideal choice for thermal camera systems. Full specifications for these products are available at http://www.IRCores.com.
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