IR Linear and 2D Sensor Array Modules

Excelitas offers Linear and 2D IR Imager Arrays based upon our Thermopile Technology. All Arrays are provided as plug-and-play Modules featuring a sensing chip, robust metal housing with focusing lens, a PCB with microprocessor for calibration and bus interface and a quick connector for streamlined plug-and-play integration. We offer 8-pixel, 16-pixel and 32-pixel Linear IR Imager Array Modules for field-proven effectiveness in scanning presence detection, non-contact temperature measurement, smart-home products, and office electronics. Custom solutions also available upon request.

 

Excelitas  IR Imager Linear Array family includes three versions for various non-contact temperature measurement applications

CoolEYE IR Line Arrays

The Excelitas Thermopile IR Imager Line Array family includes three versions for various non-contact temperature measurement applications. All modules consist of an array sensor with multiplexed output signal which is transferred into a calibrated signal by a microprocessor located on a compact PCB. The microprocessor acts as the SMBus interface and the PCB features a plug-and-play connector to streamline integration.
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Excelitas offers a range of 2D Thermal Imager Arrays including 4x4, 16x16 and 32x32 pixel configurations

CoolEYE IR 2D Modules

Excelitas CoolEYE Modules are suitable for a variety ofapplications and range from our cost-effective linear 8-pixel sensor up to 32 pixels in linear or 2D configurations. Different fields-of-view and calibration ranges are also available to support customer specific needs.All Excelitas CoolEYE arrays are offered as plug-and-play modules featuring a sensing chip, robust metal housing with focusing lens, a PCB with microprocessor for calibration and bus interface and a quick connector for streamlined integration.In many applications, the employment of a multi-pixel sensor provides advantages over single-pixel measurement. A single-pixel IR-sensor delivers an average temperature over the measurement area while a finer spatial temperature resolution can be obtained when using a multi-pixel (array) sensor. This can be achieved with either a sweeping linear IR-array with 8, 16, or even 32 pixels, or a static 2-dimensional array with often only 4 x 4 pixels.Typical applications are: Room Climate Control: A multi-pixel sensor controls HVAC equipment or a thermostat by measuring the temperature in different zones of a room. The sensor signals are used to direct warm or cold air into the respective areas or to control the water flow in different sections of a floor or wall heater/cooler. Fire and Overheat Detection: IR Thermopiles, more specifically multi-pixel sensors, when integrated with a smoke detector, help to detect hot spots in a room. An emerging application is thermopile arrays combined with a surveillance camera to detect indoor or outdoor fires. Similarly, these sensors are also used in cooking ranges to monitor oven temperature and provide overheating protection. Elevated Skin Temperature (EST) Screening: A 2-dimensional (4 x 4 pixel) array is preferred for use in measuring temperature distribution of the facial skin temperature for fixed installations or portable equipment. Presence and Motion Detection: Multi-pixel sensors allow the detection of people moving through a room including direction of movement and approximate number of people.Refer below for our CoolEYE product listing.
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