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InSb Infrared Camera

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Telops Inc. has launched the TEL-1000 MW, an InSb cooled infrared camera that covers the 3.6- to 4.9-µm-wavelength range and that can be customized to cover a range from 1.5 to 5 µm.

It combines good spatial resolution and a high frame rate, capturing up to 200 fps at full frame (640 ×512 pixels) and up to 600 fps when windowing (320 × 256 pixels) is used. It features patent-pending real-time processing and real-time temperature calibration algorithms, providing either raw or thermally calibrated data in real time without the need for external blackbodies.

The camera also can be equipped with automatic exposure control to adjust the exposure time according to the scene’s dynamic temperature variations. It facilitates observation of dynamic events by combining real-time temperature calibration, real-time processing and nonuniformity correction into one imaging tool.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2012
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