IRay Technology will attend the IWA2018 exhibition with 640×512 12 micron infrared module

The Nuremberg International Outdoor Hunting Exhibition (IWA2018) will be held in Nuremberg, Germany on March 9-12, 2018. As the leading supplier of uncooled infrared focal plane detectors and imaging components, IRay will unveil its first generation of thermal imaging products in Micro series. The module uses the latest 12-micron detector from IRay, with a sensitivity (NETD) of less than 40mK, including 640×512 and 384×288.

Compared to the previous generation of the 17-micron series of movements, the module released by IRay has adopted a smaller 12 micron pixel, and the overall size and weight of the movement are also reduced. As the size of the pixel decreases, the cost of the chip will decrease while the cost of the system will be greatly reduced. The performance and cost advantages of 12 micron will further promote the wider application of infrared thermal imaging technology, mainly serving infrared night vision security and vehicle infrared. Commercial applications such as night vision and personal vision systems and smartphone thermal imaging cameras in the infrared consumer market.

In this exhibition, in addition to the Micro series movement components, IRay will also exhibit a series of detectors and movements for security, vehicle auxiliary and many other fields, as well as monocular thermal telescopes and smartphone thermal imaging cameras. Welcome to the booth No. 642, Hall III (HALL3 642).

Yantai IRay Technology Co., Ltd. is a national high-tech enterprise headquartered in Yantai, Shandong Province. Founded in September 2010, it is a leading supplier of uncooled infrared focal plane detectors and movement components, dedicated to providing professional services to customers around the world. Infrared imaging products and solutions.

The company's R&D personnel account for more than 50% of the total number of employees, covering the technical fields including integrated circuit development, MEMS sensor design and manufacturing, and image algorithms.