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Miricle 110KS-25 Thermal Imaging Camera

Photonics.com
Feb 2008
Thermoteknix Systems Ltd.Request Info
 
BELLEVIEW, Wash., Feb. 5, 2008 -- The Miricle 110KS-25 miniature thermal imaging camera from Thermoteknix is a sealed and waterproof infrared unit that incorporates a 25-µ lightweight detector with optional supersensitivity modes in a small, light package.

The 110KS-25 is a new member of the Miricle 110K 384 x 288 miniature infrared camera line, adding to the existing 35-µ detector range. Both 35- and 25-µ cameras use 384x288 uncooled microbolometer focal plane array (FPA) detectors and are sensitive in the longwave infrared (7 to 14-µm) band. The 110K-35 and 110K-25 operate without thermoelectric stabilization (TEC-less) and are also available with shutterless Miricle XTi models for uninterrupted, instant-on, high-performance thermal imaging.

ksinhand.jpgWith a smaller sensor pitch, the thermal sensitivity and response time of the new 25-µ Miricle models achieve <60 mK at 27 ºC and 7 mS time-constant performance at 50/60 Hz. The Miricle 110K-25 is available with an optional supersensitivity mode offering up to 10 to 35 mK noise-equivalent delta temperature (NEDT) for applications requiring small temperature difference or long-range detection.

The reduced pixel pitch of the Miricle 110K-25 enables the use of smaller, lightweight optics and allows increased detection range for a given focal length, compared with larger pitch detectors. With a fully assembled weight of 85 g (under 3 oz, without lens), the Miricle 110K-25 is ideal for unmanned aerial vehicles and field-portable applications.

For example, the Johnson criteria for a 75-mm lens show:
  • Field of view (FOV)
  • Instantaneous field of view (IFOV)
  • Man-detection range
  • 110 K (35-µm pitch)
  • 10.2º
  • 0.47 mRad
  • 1429 m
  • 110K-25 (25-µm pitch)
  • 7.3º
  • 0.33 mRad
  • 2000 m
Miricle110K-25 features:
  • Improved detection recognition and identification ranges
  • Super-sensitivity option
  • Low weight (110K-25 XTi, 80 g; 110K-35 XTi, 95 g)
  • Optional low-mass optics
For more information, visit: www.thermoteknix.com; e-mail: sales@thermoteknix.com

Thermoteknix Systems Ltd.
Teknix House
2 Pembroke Ave.
Waterbeach, Cambridge CB25 9QR
UK
Phone: (440-1223) 204000
Fax: (440-1223) 204010

Thermoteknix Western US Sales Office
Thermoteknix Systems Ltd.
14457 NE 16th Place, Bellevue, WA 98007
Phone: (425) 746-6080
Fax: (425) 746-4536

Thermoteknix Eastern US Sales Office:
Thermoteknix Systems Ltd.
136 Strawberry Lane, Warminster, PA 18974-1285
Phone: (215) 791-7988
Fax: (215) 355-8248


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