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INFRARED DETECTOR

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2005
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The UL 04 17 1 uncooled infrared detector from Ulis is suitable for low-cost thermal imaging applications in medicine, driver vision enhancement, security and thermography. Based on an amorphous silicon microbolometer, the device comprises a 640 × 480 array of pixels set at a 25-µm pitch. It offers a noise equivalent temperature difference of 85 mK at f/1, 300 K and 60 Hz, and it features an easy-to-use electrical interface, single or dual analog video outputs, 80% area fill factor, spectral response in the 8- to 14-µm range and a thermal time constant of 7 ms.


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GLOSSARY
infrared detector
A device used to detect radiation from the infrared region. It may be a thermal detector, such as a bolometer, thermocouple or Golay cell, or it may be a solid-state photon detector. Infrared-sensitive phosphors may be used in the infrared, and some photographic films may be used in the very near infrared.
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