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Description: The A325sc is designed from the ground up to deliver the accurate thermographic imaging and repeatable temperature measurement necessary in research and science applications. Each thermal image is built from over 76,000 individual picture elements that are sampled by the camera’s on-board
- Operating Temperature Range: -4 to 3632 F
- Spectral Range: 7.5 to 13 microns
- Accuracy: 2 ±% Full Scale
- Maximum Frame Rate: 60 frames per second
Description: Infrared Cameras for Research & Science The FLIR SC7000 Series is specifically designed for academic and industrial research and science applications as well as integrators who require a flexible camera with high sensitivity, accuracy, spatial resolution, and speed at an affordable cost.
- Operating Temperature Range: -112 to 5432 F
- Spectral Range: 7.85 to 9.5 microns
- Accuracy: 1 ±% Full Scale
- Maximum Frame Rate: 115 to 62000 frames per second
Supplier: EMX, Inc.
Description: EMX 3200 Series thermal cameras are an affordable option for fixed position surveillance requirements. The 3200 Series is fully marinized (IP-67 rated and dry nitrogen pressurized) and comes complete with a mid format 320x240 detector. The EMX 3200 Series is available with 12°, 25° and
Description: Ideal for Applications in the 3 9μm Range 1/4λ and 1/2λ Retardance Mounted for Easy Alignment and System Integration Our zero order Mid-Wave Infrared (MWIR) and Long-Wave Infrared (LWIR) Waveplates are designed for applications in the 3 9μm wavelength range. When compared
- Waveplate / Retardation Plate Type: Half Wave (λ/2)
- Clear Aperture: 0.3937 inch
- Polarizer Material: Other Material
Description: Aluminum Substrate Mirrors Ideal for LWIR Laser Applications Aluminum and Gold Coating Options These aluminum substrate, diamond turned Metal Mirrors are available with either a protected aluminum or gold coating, and are ideal for LWIR (greater than 2000nm) laser applications. Due to the 17.5nm
- Mirror Shape: Round
- Diameter/Width: 1.5 inch
- Thickness: 0.3740 inch
- Mirror Materials: Other Mirror Material
Supplier: TELOPS, Inc.
Description: in the MWIR (InSb) or LWIR (MCT) with high acquisition rate. The instrument features user selectable gain and programmable field-of-view for adapting to varying scene conditions.
- Wavelength Range: 1500 to 14000 nm
- Display Type: Video
- Mounting / Environment: Portable, In-situ / Field
Supplier: Electrophysics Corp.
Description: These high performance infrared imaging engines are based on cryogenically cooled MCT infrared detectors. A variety of models are available including short-wave SWIR (800nm - 2.5μm), mid-wave MWIR (3-5μm or 1.5-5µm), and long-wave LWIR (7.7-9.5μm or 7.7-11.5μm) models
Supplier: ABB Process Automation Division
Description: . It features high performance in the wide spectral range covering simultaneously the LWIR and MWIR region of the Electro Magnetic Spectrum while configured in its "dual-band" operational mode. Built around the proven high-performances ABB' MR Series FT-IR technology, Versatility of its
Supplier: Materion Corporation
Description: on a variety of Infrared substrates used in the SWIR and LWIR. Typical materials coated include Germanium, Silicon, Sapphire, ZnS, ZnSe and GaAs. We also offer low temperature coatings on Chalcogenide materials. Our coating chambers employ planetary-based motion for even coating distribution on flat
- Filter Type: Short Pass Filters, Long Pass Filters
Supplier: Umicore Materials
Description: μm deposited from UMICORE DyF3 material. The wide spectral range of transparency, a good evaporation behaviour and low to moderate stress make this material useful as the L-index material in AR coatings, optical filters and laser protection coatings expecially in the NIR and MIR (LWIR) spectral
- Type: Specialty / Other
- Materials Processed: Specialty / Other
- Melting Point / Range: 2111 F
- Index of Refraction: 1.38 to 1.63 #
Description: passbands from X-ray to the long-wave infrared (LWIR). The blocking capabilities of metallic blockers are augmented by the addition of color transmitting glass and custom dyes that absorb UV or long wavelength radiation. After thin film deposition is complete, the three sections are scribed, laminated, cut
- Filter Shape: Circular
- Diameter, Square Side, or Rectangular Length: 0.4921 inch
- Center Wavelength: 610 nm
- Filter Bandpass: 10 nm
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Cascade Optical Corp.
IR Filters-NIR , MWIR, and LWIR
Cascade Optical Corporation has been making IR filters for over 25 years. We work with NIR , MWIR, and LWIR. We also have the distinct advantage of manufacturing Exotic substrate material suitable for each band. NIR 0.8 -1.8 μm --applications can range anywhere from Telecommunications and Spectroscopy to Night Vision. Where, MWIR 3 -5 μm is typically used on heat seeking missiles where the jet engine photon emission is the greatest. And, LWIR 8 -12 is often used for thermal imaging... (read more)
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DVS Vehicle Driving Systems!
of SWIR provides a full 24 hour operation from full sun to starlight. In situations where the scene illumination falls below starlight there are two 1550nm head lights, fitted in place of the two IR headlamps. These provide illumination over the field of view upto a range in excess of 200m.The 1550nm wavelength at which these operate means they are invisible to existing battle field sensors, such as standard direct view systems, Image Intensified goggles or similar, MWIR and LWIR. Therefore using... (read more)
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Teledyne DALSA - Defense & Security Applications
device and process engineering allows for high sensitivity in the 800-1000nm range, while still maintaining important features such as over exposure control. . Uncooled Infrared Cameras - In-house capabilities willdeliver detector and image module solutions for LWIR applications.The IR modules are developed and qualified to customer specifications and can be based on Teledyne DALSA's custom detectors and field- proven camera platforms, leveraging extensive experience in smart... (read more)
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Infrared Wire Grid Polarizers -Metrology and Modeling
Broad and narrow-band wire grid polarizer (WGP) products suitable for MWIR and LWIR applications requiring high contrast were developed on antireflection (AR) coated silicon using Moxtek nanowire patterning capabilities. Accurate metrology was gathered in both transmission and reflection from
Nanowire Grid Polarizers for Mid- and Long-Wavelength Infrared Applications
High contrast wire grid polarizers on silicon suitable for mid-wavelength infrared (MWIR) and long-wavelength infrared (LWIR) applications have been developed using wafer-scale aluminum nanowire patterning capabilities. The 144 nm. pitch MWIR polarizer typically transmits better than 95%
Full Body Scan Including Coronary Artery Evaluations Using FLIR Sensors
of the body, and are suitable for the evaluations of stenoses in the carotid, coronary, and other critical arteries. A single shot of the section of the body in question is obtained with a FLIR sensor or camera that can acquire IR signals in the SWIR, MWIR, or LWIR wavelengths. Then, a low wattage IR
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Computer Vision Beyond the Visible Spectrum
...SWIR: 1–2.5 µm), mid-wave IR (MWIR:3–5 µm), and long-wave IR ( LWIR : 8–12 µm).
Unmanned ground vehicle perception using thermal infrared cameras
...to either mid-wave infrared (MWIR) radiation (3-5µm) or long-wave infrared ( LWIR ) radiation (7-14µm).
Comparison of sensors in the 0.9- to 14-micron region against beach obstacles and mines
Keywords: SWIR, MWIR, LWIR , edge detection, contrast, obstacles, mines, surf zone .
Comparison of HgCdTe and quantum-well infrared photodetector dual-band focal plane arrays
...plane arrays (FPAs) in the medium-wave infrared (MWIR) and long- wave infrared ( LWIR ), produced under the...
Ensemble Monte-carlo Simulation Of Quantum Well Infrared Photodetectors, And Inp Based...
When compared to conventional low bandgap LWIR photodetectors, the QWIP technology offers largest format thermal imagers with...
...intensity for three single-layer metallic-grating filters with dielectric fill plotted across the MWIR and LWIR .
Quantum Well Infrared Photodetectors
188 9.3 MWIR/ LWIR Dual-Band QWIP FPA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Thermal Infrared Remote Sensing
...obtained in the mid-wave infrared (MWIR; 3–5 μm) and/or long-wave infrared ( LWIR ; 8–14 μm) atmospheric...
Development of a visible-NIR/LWIR QWIP sensor
Development of a Visible-NIR/ LWIR QWIP Sensor .
Airborne FLIR sensors for runway incursion detection
We are investigating short wave infrared (SWIR) and long wave infrared ( LWIR ) cameras.
HgCdTe infrared detector material: history, status and outlook
...short wavelength IR (SWIR: 1–3 µm), middle wavelength (MWIR: 3–5 µm), long wavelength ( LWIR : 8–14 µm) and...
...ature differences less than 10mK for QWIP FPAs operating with a 300K background in the LWIR band.