An IR camera sensor module, as the core of a thermal imaging camera, is made up of an infrared detector and processing circuits. To present crystal-clear thermal imaging and precise temperature measurement, this kind of infrared camera module of Everay utilizes high-performance infrared detectors that are suitable for the integration and secondary development of thermal camera system. Everay provides lwir micro thermal camera module, MWIR camera module and swir camera module for sale. Contact us for more information!
Night-time and Low-Light Operation: Infrared thermal imaging camera sensor modules can detect and measure thermal energy emitted by objects, even in complete darkness or through smoke, fog, and dust. This makes our profucts of IR thermal imaging camera sensor modules ideal for night-time and low-light operations, where traditional cameras may not provide adequate image quality.
Non-Contact Measurement: Electrical thermal imaging camera with infrared sensor modules can detect thermal energy emitted by objects without physically touching them. This makes our infrared imaging camera sensor modules ideal for measuring the temperature of objects from a safe distance, without the risk of contamination or damage.
Wide Range of Applications: Infrared thermal imaging camera sensor modules are used in a wide range of applications, including military, law enforcement, industrial, and commercial. These thermal imaging camera sensor modules can be used for purposes such as monitoring the temperature of industrial processes, detecting people and animals in dark or low-light conditions, and providing thermal imaging capabilities for security and surveillance systems.
Improved Image Quality: Infrared thermal imaging camera modules of electro optical sensor are capable of providing high-quality thermal images that are clear, detailed, and accurate. This allows users to quickly and easily identify potential problems or security threats by using our ir thermal imaging camera sensor modules.
Cost-Effective: Infrared thermal imaging camera sensor modules are becoming increasingly affordable, making them accessible to a wider range of users. This is helping to increase the adoption of thermal imaging technology in a variety of applications.
Thermal infrared (or thermal radiation) is the most widespread radiation present in nature, and all objects with temperatures above absolute zero (-273°C) emit thermal infrared light constantly.
The atmosphere absorbs visible light and near-infrared light, but is transparent to thermal infrared radiation of 3 to 5 μm and 8 to 14 μm, which are called "atmospheric windows". These two windows allow us to observe even in a completely dark area or on a battlefield with dense clouds of smoke.
Short-wave infrared (SWIR) usually refers to the detection spectrum of 3 to 5 μm，and long-wave infrared (LWIR) is for 8 to 14 μm spectrum. Both of them have their own characteristics.
LWIR camera module with IR thermal imaging sensor, mostly needs no cooler, therefore it's lightweight and has lower cost. Generally vanadium oxide, silicon doped (or polycrystalline silicon) as the material. The detector stability and resolution of our infrared thermal sensor modules is relatively lower (as the development of science and technology, its resolution has also improved). It is widely used in electric power, chemical industry, fire fighting and other fields.
SWIR camera module with IR thermal imaging sensor, because of their higher accuracy and less error, requires a dewar to cool down when working. This infrared thermal imaging sensor module has greater power consumption, the material is usually: HgCdTe, InSb, etc., mostly used in the military and high-temperature measurement field.