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T3 Series LWIR Detector Thermal Module

  • T3 Series LWIR Detector
  • T3 Series LWIR Detector

Resolution: 240×180/384×288/640×512 

Pixel size: 17μm/12μm 

Measurement range: -20°C~+120°C (expandable to 550°C)

  • Features
  • Applications
  • Specifications
Features
  • Features
  • Applications
  • Specifications

Features of T3 Series LWIR Detector Thermal Module

Compactness, easy to integrate  

  • Compact and easy to integrate: < 30g. 


Rich and flexible interfaces, easy to connect other platforms 

  • USB and DVP interfaces are available. 

  • Support secondary development and provide free SDK for Android, Windows, and Linux. 

  • Implement easy development and provide professional technical supports. 


Low power consumption 

  • Lowest power consumption is 0.3W.  


High image quality 

  • High-end VOx detector provides an array with 300,000 pixels at maximum. 

  • Professional germanium lens provides excellent infrared transmittance and contrast. Multiple lenses are optional to meet requirements in different scenarios. 

  • Frame rate up to 25Hz to provide smooth video. 

  • Multiple palettes meet requirements in different scenarios.


Excellent measurement performance  

  • ±3 °C or 3% accuracy of the measurement range, NETD≤60mK@f#1.0.

  • -20°C to +120°C (expandable to-20°C to +550°C).

  • Full-frame temperature data output.

  • Support correction of multiple parameters such as emissivity and distance to ensure more accurate temperature.

Applications of T3 Series LWIR Detector Thermal Module


T3 Series LWIR Detector Thermal Module For Infrared Image

Infrared Open Source Platform
Infrared Open Source Platform

Specifications of T3 Series LWIR Detector Thermal Module


Model

T3-217

T3-317

T3-612

Resolution

240×180

384×288

640×512

Pixel Size

17μm

17μm

12μm

FOV/Focal Length

34.8°×26.0°/6.8mm

93.0°×69.6/4mm

32.9°×26.6°/13mm

55.7°×41.6°/6.8mm

28.4°×21.4°/13mm

22.9°×18.4°/19mm

Frame Rate

25Hz/50Hz

25Hz/50Hz

25Hz/50Hz

NETD

≤60mK@f#1.0

≤60mK@f#1.0

≤60mK@f#1.0

Operating Temperature

-15°C~+60°C

-15°C~+60°C

-15°C~+60°C

Service Voltage

3.8V-5.5V DC

3.8V-5.5V DC

3.8V-5.5V DC

Power Consumption

<300mW*

<300mW*

<500mW*

Weight

<30g

<30g

<30g

Dimensions (mm)

43.7mm×22.4mm×27.6mm

43.7mm×22.4mm×28.6mm

43.7mm×22.4mm×33.4mm

Data Interface

Parallel interface/USB

Parallel interface/USB

Parallel interface

Control Interface

SPI/I2C/USB

SPI/I2C/USB

SPI/I2C

Image Correction

Shutter Correction

Shutter Correction

Shutter Correction

Palette

White-hot/Black-hot/Multiple Pseudo Colors

White-hot/Black-hot/Multiple Pseudo Colors

White-hot/Black-hot/Multiple Pseudo Colors

Measurement Range

-20°C~+120°C (expandable to 550°C)

-20°C~+120°C (expandable to 550°C)

-20°C~+120°C (expandable to 550°C)

Measurement Accuracy

±3°C or ±3% of the measurement range

±3°C or ±3% of the measurement range

±3°C or ±3% of the measurement range

Temperature Correction

Manual/Automatic

Manual/Automatic

Manual/Automatic

Temperature Data Output

Real-time Parallel Output

Real-time Parallel Output

Real-time Parallel Output

Temperature Measurement Statistics

Support maximum/minimum temperature statistics, temperature analysis

Support maximum/minimum temperature statistics, temperature analysis

Support maximum/minimum temperature statistics, temperature analysis


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