• FPA resolution

    32 x 32

  • Integration time

    Programmable, 100 us – 1000 us

  • Communication interface

    USB 2.0, high-speed (up to 480 Mbps)

  • Data transmission

    Raw data, 10 bits

  • Acquisition trigger (TRIGGER IN)

    SMA connector, 2 modes: start/stop, burst

  • Output trigger (TRIGGER OUT)

    SMA connector, 1 pulse per image

  • DLL library for C

    Available

TACHYON 1024 CAMERA

  • Uncooled MWIR imaging camera (32×32) with frame rates up to 10000 Hz and USB 2.0 interface

Applications

  • Industrial process control
  • Laser monitoring
  • Gas and flame detection

 

Specifications

  • Module description: Uncooled MWIR imaging camera (32×32) with frame rates up to 10000 Hz and USB 2.0 interface
  • Integration time: Selectable, via software (100 us – 1000 us)
  • Maximum frame rate: 10000 Hz (*Note: slower frame rates are possible using longer integration times)
  • Readout method: Snapshot (global shutter)
  • Input trigger: Hardware, SMA connector, 2 modes: start/stop, burst
  • Output trigger: Hardware, SMA connector, multiple modes
  • Housing:
    – Metal housing available, with M35x1 optics interface, side connectors & fan
    – Housing dimensions, in mm: 80 (L) x 90 (W) x 80 (H)
  • CORE: TACHYON 1024 CORE (2nd gen. FPA with ROIC, 32×32)
  • Detector biasing: Selectable, via software (0 V – 4 V, with current measurement)
  • Comm’s interface: USB 2.0 high-speed
  • Data transmission: Raw data, 10 bits
  • Power: External power, 12 VDC, 500 mA (6 W)

Optical accessories

Optical accessories:

  • Manual focus lens, M35x1, f=9 mm, F#0.7, FoV=27ºx27º
  • Manual focus lens, M35x1, f=24 mm, F#1.2, FoV=10.25ºx10.25º
  •  Manual focus lens, M35x1, f=48 mm, F#2.4, FoV=5.6ºx5.6º

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Description

In this video, several examples of the capabilities of NIT’s sensors to monitor industrial welding processes are shown. Sensors used in the demos are the TACHYON 1024 CORE-HS operating at 10,000 fps, and the MATRIX 1024 CORE-S operating at 100 fps. The examples shown focus on resistance spot welding (automotive industry and home appliance manufactuing industry), and TIG welding (metal barrel manufacturing).

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