LWIR Cameras & Cores

LWIR cameras (long-wave infrared cameras) are able to image light in the 8 to 14 µm spectral range. Commonly called “thermal cameras” or “thermal IR cameras,” LWIR cameras are able to image the heat emitted by objects themselves and, therefore, can provide temperature information when calibrated for a given range. In this case, we’re referring to thermographic or radiometric cameras.

Axiom Optics offers ultra-low SWaP LWIR cameras and cores based on the latest uncooled microbolometer detector technology with a state-of-the-art 12 µm pitch VOx pixel and an NETD <40 mK. Our shutterless LWIR thermal camera modules are available in 3 different versions:

  • IrLugX640/1M3™: VGA & SXGA (1.3MP) thermal camera modules with shutterless operation capability and image processing on the host controller (with USB3.0 interface)
  • IrLugX640E/1M3E™: VGA & SXGA thermal Engine cores with shutterless operation capability and embedded image processing and optional interface board (HD/3G-SDI, CameraLink, MIPI CSI-2, UVC)
  • MicroCube640™: Smallest VGA thermal camera module on the market with extreme low SWaP (22 x 22 x 22 mm3,  22g, 820 mW)
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