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Dione 640 CAM Series

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Dione 640 CAM Series
  • Type: Other
  • Sensor Width (pixels): 640
  • Sensor Height (pixels): 480
  • Scan Type & Rate: Area
  • Frames (fps) at Max. Res.: 60
  • Interface: Other
  • Color/Mono.: Monochrome
  • Spectral Range: LWIR
  • Applications: Industrial, Other
  • Feature: 12 μm pitch
  • Feature: Low SWaP
  • Feature: GenICam compliant
  • Feature: Shutterless
  • Feature: Uncooled operation
  • Feature: Multiple lenses

The Dione 640 CAM series is based on an uncooled 12 μm pitch microbolometer detector with a 640 × 480 resolution and NETD of less than 60 mK, optimized for low SWaP and capable of advanced image processing while keeping power consumption low.

The Dione 640 CAM comes with the SAMTEC ST5 connector and are GenICam compliant and are available with multiple lens configurations, either M24 or M34.
Dione 640 CAM Series
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