Definition of infrared movement
Infrared movement generally refers to infrared detectors, similar to visible light image sensors COMS and CCD. Infrared detectors are generally divided into refrigerated and uncooled infrared focal plane detectors. Refrigerated detectors usually have refrigerators, so infrared detectors are generally referred to as infrared movement. The concepts of infrared movement and infrared detector are basically interchangeable.
Classification of infrared thermal module
General common types of infrared thermal modules can be classified: they can be classified according to wavelength, working mode, materials used by detectors, etc. According to the wavelength, we can divide infrared thermal modules into LWIR camera module, MWIR camera module and SWIR camera module.
- Infrared Thermal Imaging Sensor Camera Modules
- Thermal Night Vision
- EOS Electro Optic Sensor Systems
- Inspection Camera