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Thermal Camera Core

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Thermal Camera CoreThe Athena 1920 uncooled, high-definition thermal sensor from BAE Systems combines IR image clarity with a wide field of view.

The compact, light, and low-power thermal camera core delivers high-quality imagery and performance. It features a 1920 × 1200 vanadium oxide uncooled microbolometer pixel array with 12-µm pixel technology. The camera’s 60-Hz frame rate delivers clarity and minimizes motion blur in dynamic scenes. The high-definition sensor offers nearly eight times the field of view of traditional camera cores, with its weight and footprint suited for high-performance applications where size, weight, power, and cost are important factors.

The Athena 1920 is ideal for long-range and demanding applications including security, surveillance, and targeting systems.


Photonics Spectra
Feb 2021
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