Thermoteknix Systems GigE thermal imager operates at 30 Hz

July 18, 2012
The MicroCAM 1024 HD GigE high-definition thermal imaging module uses 1024 × 768 pixel, 17 μm uncooled LWIR amorphous silicon sensor technology.
The MicroCAM 1024 HD GigE high-definition thermal imaging module uses 1024 × 768 pixel, 17 μm uncooled LWIR amorphous silicon sensor technology. It is available with a traditional mechanical shutter NUC or optional shutterless patented XTi technology. Operating at 30 Hz with sensitivity <60 mK and response time <10 ms, the imager supports manual focus, motorized focus, and optical zoom lenses.Thermoteknix Systems
Cambridge, England
[email protected]More Products ----- PRESS RELEASE Thermoteknix Launch MicroCAM 1024HD High Definition Thermal Imager Thermoteknix have launched the MicroCAM 1024HD GIGE high definition thermal imaging module. MicroCAM 1024HD uses the latest 1024x768 17µm uncooled LWIR Amorphous Silicon sensor technology for stunning high definition images and is available with a traditional mechanical shutter NUC or optional shutterless Thermoteknix patented XTi Technology®. Operating at 30Hz with a sensitivity of <60mK and a response time of <10mSec, compact MicroCAM 1024HD supports a full range of lenses including manual focus, motorised focus and optical zoom. With direct GigE output, Thermoteknix software is included with MicroCAM 1024HD for manipulation and recording of HD digital thermal imagery onto a PC. Thermoteknix MIRICLE & MicroCAM based products are not subject to US ITAR control. However they may require UK export licence as provided by BIS regulations depending on the end-user country and specification. For more information, contact: Jez Ford - Marketing Manager Thermoteknix Systems Ltd Teknix House, 2 Pembroke Avenue Waterbeach, Cambridge CB25 9QR United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)1223 204000 Fax: +44 (0)1223 204010 Email: [email protected] -----Follow us on TwitterLaser Focus World has gone mobile: Get all of the mobile-friendly options here. Subscribe now to Laser Focus World magazine; it's free!

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