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Infrared Detector

EuroPhotonics
Jun 2010
ULISRequest Info
 
Ulis has introduced a long-wave 640 x 480-pixel uncooled 17-μm-format infrared detector to upgrade the image quality of the infrared cameras used in surveillance, enhanced night driving and thermography applications, such as detecting heat loss in buildings. Measuring 24 x 24 mm and weighing 10 g, it consumes <0.160 W of power and operates at a temperature range from —40 to 85 °C. Typical array operability is >99.9%, typical signal response is >7 mV/K, and standard deviation is ≤1.5%. Spectral response is from 8 to 14 μm, area fill factor is 70%, and thermal time constant is <10 ms. The focal plane array, featuring a CMOS multiplexer integrated circuit with ripple imaging operation, is made of resistive amorphous silicon.


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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.
thermography
The recording of a scanned pattern on a photographic medium, utilizing the infrared radiation naturally emitted by the object, as well as infrared receptors, such as photoelectric cells.
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