New Infrared Technologies, Ltd announces the launch of new MWIR uncooled PbSe IR imaging detectors and sensors.

The new systems are based on the ‘FPA 2M-32-100’, which is a 32x32 FPA, with 100 microns pixel size

Press Release

NIT Development Kit for FPA 2M-32-100

Madrid, May 5th 2010
New Infrared Technologies, Ltd., the only manufacturer in the world of imaging PbSe FPA, announces the launch of new MWIR uncooled PbSe IR imaging detectors and sensors.
The new systems are based on the ‘FPA 2M-32-100’, which is a 32x32 FPA, with 100 microns pixel size, x-y addressed readout method and fully operative at room temperature, reducing therefore the complexity, power consumption, size, weight and cost of the EO subsystem.
NETD value @ 25 C is under 150 mK.

At the picture: NIT Development Kit for FPA 2M-32-100 (DK-2M-32-100), allows infrared acquisition frame rates over 1,600 fps. Includes acquisition and analysis software.



NIT FPA-2M-32-100

The main values of our products are:
- Imaging IR FPA made of PbSe and imaging sensors;
- Uncooled operation (fully operational at room temperature),
- Detection in the MWIR range (3 – 5 microns),
- Photodetection (very fast frame rates achieved, currently over 1,600 images per second);
- Low-cost products.

Our sensors are targeted to both the Defense & Security market (Active Protection Systems, muzzle flash detection, unattended sensors, sensor fused countermeasures, blast detection, among others) and Civilian & Industrial market (NDT, process control, fire and gas detection, spectrorradiometry, among others).
Main applications are those requiring very fast infrared detection (our sensors are capable of performing acquisition at 1,600 fps) and oriented to low-cost systems.



NIT FPA-2M-32-100

The line of products offered by NIT covers from the FPA to more complex sensors including the readout electronics, processing electronics and optics.
All products are under 10,000 €.

NIT will be exhibiting during the EUROSATORY exhibition next 14th to 18th June 2010.

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