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Boson

Compact LWIR Thermal Camera Core

The Boson® longwave infrared (LWIR) thermal camera cores set a new standard for size, weight, power, and performance. Its 12µm pitch vanadium oxide (VOx) uncooled detector, comes in two resolutions — 640x512 or 320x256 — and it's available with lots of different lenses, so you're sure to find a configuration that's just right for your next project. Boson's advanced image processing, video analytics, peripheral sensor drivers, and industry-standard communication interfaces make integration easy.

FLIR ISC9705

InSb & QWIPs, 320 × 256 format, 30 micron pitch

The ISC9705 was the first off-the-shelf, standard multiplexer introduced by FLIR Systems. Since its introduction in October 1997, detector manufacturers across the globe have purchased the ISC9705 for building infrared focal plane arrays. This high-performance, 320 × 256 pixel, readout integrated circuit is built using a submicron complementary metal-oxide-silicon (CMOS) process, built in 5-inch wafer form. Devices are delivered to customers in wafer form with an extensive set of user documentation included with each delivery.

FLIR ISC9809

InGaAs & Low-background InSb, 320 × 256 format, 30 micron pitch

An additional chip to FLIR's standard family of devices, the ISC9809 is specifically designed for low background applications. A CTIA front end circuit is used and the readout noise in the high gain mode is less than 70. Compatible with both P-on-N and N-on-P detectors such as InSb, QWIP, InGaAs and MCT, this mid format ROIC supports the same advanced features as the other standard ROICs, snapshot mode, adjustable integration time and gain, skimming, power and current adjustments, and additionally supports selectable integration capacitors (0.17e6 or 3.5e6 electrons).

Lepton®

LWIR Micro Thermal Camera Module

The FLIR Lepton® is a radiometric-capable LWIR camera solution that is smaller than a dime, fits inside a smartphone, and is one tenth the cost of traditional IR cameras. Using focal plane arrays of either 160x120 or 80x60 active pixels, Lepton easily integrates into native mobile-devices and other electronics as an IR sensor or thermal imager. The radiometric Lepton captures accurate, calibrated, and noncontact temperature data in every pixel of each image.

FLIR ISC0704

Low Power InSb, 320 × 256 format, 30 micron pitch

The ISC0704 is a 320 × 256 format, 30 micron device designed for low power applications using InSb detectors. The detector layout is compatible with the ISC9705 but operated in single output mode only to achieve the <20mW power dissipation. A 60 Hz frame rate is achieved operating in integrate-while-read mode.

Tau 2

Longwave Infrared Thermal Camera Core

Tau® 2 thermal imaging cameras offer an unmatched set of features, making them well-suited for demanding applications like Unmanned Airborne Vehicles (UAVs), thermal sights, and handheld imagers. Improved electronics provide powerful image processing modes that dramatically improve detail and contrast. Its options include full radiometry, increased sensitivity (<30mK), and 640/60Hz frame rates. Since the Tau 2 640 and 336 configurations share electrical functions, common integrations can be designed that work seamlessly with both formats.

FLIR ISC0903

Dual Polarity 2-color, 320 × 256 format, 30 micron pitch

The ISC0903 is a 320 × 256 format, 30 micron pitch, two-color, dual polarity device. It is designed for use with p-on-n or n-on-p detectors such as strained-layer superlattice devices. It is based on the ISC9705 so the pixel pitch is identical and interface is similar. The ROIC has been specifically designed to allow for both polarities of detectors to be placed back-to-back and to connect to the ROIC through the one input pad to obtain a two-color image.

Quark 2

Longwave Infrared (LWIR) OEM Thermal Camera

A quantum leap ahead in the design and capability of longwave thermal camera cores, Quark® 2 provides leading-edge imaging performance and reliability in an affordable, compact, lightweight package. Available in 640 resolution with 17-micron pixels, Quark is designed for years of maintenance-free operation with high shock and vibration tolerance. Now, it offers a host of new features, including support options for 640/60Hz frame rates and a new suite of powerful image processing modes.

FLIR ISC0208

European InSb & QWIPs, 384 × 288 format, 25 micron pitch

The ISC0208 is a high-performance, European format, 384 × 288 pixel readout integrated circuit. Two versions are available, -1 with a 18Me well capacity designed for use with QWIP detectors and -2 with a 13Me well capacity for InSb detectors. The ISC0208 is built using a submicron complementary metal-oxide-silicon process, built in 8-inch wafer form. Devices are typically delivered in 6-inch wafer form with extensive user documentation and test data included with each delivery.

Muon

Longwave Thermal Camera Module

FLIR Muon® is a calibrated uncooled thermal camera subassembly developed for thermal product OEMs to integrate with their own image processing, packaging and optical solutions. A thermal camera "engine" perfectly optimized for size, weight and power (SWaP), FLIR Muon only requires standard imaging device power and communication protocols to generate corrected CMOS video out

FLIR ISC9803

InSb & QWIPs, 640 × 512 format, 25 micron pitch

The ISC9803 is the first in FLIR's line of standard large format ROICs. Compatible with P-on-N detectors such as InSb, QWIP, InGaAs, and MCT, this 640 × 512 array is the big brother to our ISC9705 device. It offers the same set of advanced features such as windowing, image transpostion, adjustable gain, snapshot integration, interlaced/non-interlaced readout, power adjustment, as well as multiple output channels allowing date rates of up to 107 frames/sec for full frame operation and 14,160 frames/sec for small window sizes.

Neutrino SWaP+C Series

HOT FPA MWIR Camera Core

The new Neutrino LC is a SWaP+C optimized Mid Wave Infrared (MWIR) camera core, setting a new standard for size, weight, performance and cost. Designed for integrators, the Neutrino LC is compact and configurable, weighing in at only 380 grams with a steady power consumption of <4 watts, in a steady state @23 °C. Smaller, lighter, and more reliable than ever, the Neutrino LC delivers superb thermal imagery backed by industry-leading integration support from FLIR.

FLIR ISC9901

InSb, 640 × 512 format, 20 micron pitch

The ISC9901 is a large format ROICs compatible with P-on-N detectors like InSb, QWIP, InGaAs, and MCT, this 640 × 512 array is a small brother to our ISC9803 device, with a smaller pixel pitch of 20 microns. It offers advanced features like windowing, image transposition, adjustable gain, and multiple output channels allowing date rates of up to 97 frames/sec for full frame operation and 930 frames/sec for small window sizes.

Neutrino Performance Series

Highest Resolution MWIR Camera Module

The performance series includes the FLIR Neutrino QX and SX12. Neutrino SX12 is based on a FLIR 1280×1024/12µ resolution focal plane array (FPA) and has a frame rate of 120HZ 720P and >60Hz for SXGA. Neutrino QX is based on a FLIR 2048×1536/10µ FPA and has a frame rate of 60Hz 1080P and >30Hz QXGA. With these resolutions and frame rates, they are ideal for ground based or airborne Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), counter UAS solutions and Wide Area Motion Imagery (WAMI) applications.

FLIR ISC0002

640 × 512 Low Background ROIC

The ISC0002 is a 25-micron pitch 640 × 512 format ROIC specifically designed for low background applications. A CTIA front end circuit is used and the readout noise in the high gain mode is less than 70 e-. Compatible with P-on-N detectors such as InGaAs, SLS and MCT, this large format ROIC supports the same advanced features as the other standard ROICs, snapshot mode, adjustable integration time and gain, skimming, power and current adjustments, and additionally supports selectable integration capacitors (39e3 or 1.9e6 electrons).

Neutrino

Midwave Infrared Cooled Camera Module

Where SWaP are design constraints, and cost and performance is desired, Neutrino™ is the ideal solution. The Neutrino offers FLIR'scommon image processing architecture and the resulting image from the 640×512 InSb array is superb! Weighing in at less than 16 oz (<450 gm) and consuming less than 5 watts at steady-state, it is FLIR's balanced MWIR core optimizing performance, cost, and ease of integration.

FLIR ISC0402

General InSb & QWIPs, 640 × 512 format, 20 micron pitch

The ISC0402 is the latest large-format 20-micron pixel ROIC design. Compatible with P-on-N detectors like InSb, QWIP, InGaAs, and MCT, this is a large-format 640 .× 512 array. It offers the same advanced features as our standard designs including windowing, image transposition, adjustable gain, interlaced/non-interlaced readout, power adjustment, and multiple output channels. Two versions of the design are available with different size integration capacitors 3.5e6 for the smaller well and >6e6 electrons for the large well version.

FLIR ISC0403

InSb, 640 × 512 format, 15 micron pitch

The ISC0403 is a large format ROIC with a 15-micron pixel pitch. Used with P-on-N InSb detectors, this 640 × 512 array offers the same advanced features as our standard designs including windowing, image transposition, adjustable gain, snapshot integration integrate-then-read and integrate-while-read modes, power adjustment, and multiple output channels allowing data rates of up to 120 frames/sec for full frame operation and 2054 frames/sec for small window sizes. The charge capacity is >6.5 e6 electrons and the bias adjustment is 600mV.

µCore-275Z

Midwave Infrared (MWIR) Cooled Camera Module

The FLIR µCore-275Z mid-wave camera core provides OEMs with an extremely compact, turnkey cooled core solution. Operating in the 3-5 micron waveband, µCore-275Z is lightweight and easy to integrate into small products such as airborne gimbals.

Boson SWIR

Uncooled SWIR Infrared Camera Core

The new FLIR Boson™ SWIR is a SWaP+C Optimized Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) camera core. Designed as an integrated system from the focal plane array (FPA) up, the Boson SWIR uses FLIR InGaAs FPA technology and uncooled (TEC-less) temperature compensation to optimize SWaP+C and ease of integration into an OEM system. It produces superb imagery using a 640 × 512 format 15µm pixel pitch FPA in the SWIR and Vis-SWIR spectrum.

FLIR ISC0905

Dual Polarity 2-color, 640 × 512 format, 30 micron pitch

The ISC0905 is a 640 × 512 format, 30 micron pitch, two-color, dual polarity device. It is designed for use with p-on-n or n-on-p detectors such as strained-layer superlattice devices. This large format device is based on the mid-format ISC0903 with the same pixel pitch and similar interface. The ROIC has been specifically designed to allow for both polarities of detectors to be placed back-to-back and to connect to the ROIC through the one input pad to obtain a two-color image.

FLIR ISC1202

InGaAs, 640 × 512 format, 15 micron pitch

The ISC 1202 is optimized for InGaAs, 640 × 512 pixel format, 15 micron pitch.

Tau SWIR

Shortwave Infrared Camera Core

FLIR Tau® SWIR and broadened spectral range Tau Vis-SWIR provides outstanding short-wave infrared image quality and performance over a wide range of imaging and light level conditions. It is the ideal OEM SWIR imaging module for applications like hyperspectral instrumentation, silicon inspection, electro-optical payloads, art restoration, and portable imaging. The Tau SWIR camera incorporates the FLIR high resolution 640×512 ISC1202 Indium Gallium Arsenide (InGaAs) 15-micron pitch focal plane array (FPA) and includes several advanced camera controls features.

FLIR ADK

Thermal Vision Automotive Development Kit (ADK)

The FLIR ADK™ is a cost-effective way to develop the next generation of automotive thermal vision for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles (AV). Thermal infrared cameras are the best sensor technology for pedestrian detection, reliably classifying people in cluttered environments and giving analytics the critical information needed for automated decision making. The ADK’s rugged, IP67 rated enclosure incorporates a heated window for all-weather driving. With the GMSL and USB interfaces, installation is plug-and-play easy.