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Thermal Drone Micro UAV Thermal Camera 80x60 pixel FLIR


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Micro size low cost thermal camera for small UAVs. General Description
Lepton is a complete long-wave infrared (LWIR) camera module designed to interface easily into native mobile-device interfaces and other consumer electronics. It captures infrared radiation input in its nominal response wavelength band (from 8 to 14 microns) and outputs a uniform thermal image.
â–  8.5 x 8.5 x 5.6 mm (without socket), 10.6 x 10.6 x 5.9 mm (including socket) fixed focus camera module
â–  51-deg HFOV, 63.5-deg diagonal
■ LWIR sensor, wavelength 8 to 14 μm
■ 80 (h) × 60 (v) active pixels
â–  Thermal sensitivity, <50 mK
â–  Integrated digital thermal image processing functions, including automatic thermal environment compensation, noise filters, non-uniformity correction, and gain control
â–  Optional temperature-stable output to support radiometric processing
â–  Export compliant frame rate (< 9 Hz)
â–  MIPI and SPI video interfaces
â–  Two-wire I2C-like serial-control interface
â–  Uses standard cell-phone-compatible power supplies: 2.8V to sensor, 1.2V to digital core, and flexible IO from 2.5V to 3.1V
â–  Fast time to image (< 0.5 sec)
â–  Low operating power, nominally 150 mW (< 190 mW over temperature range)
â–  Low power standby mode
â–  RoHS compliant
â–  32-pin socket interface to standard Molex or
similar side-contact connector
â–  Mobile phones
â–  Gesture recognition
â–  Building automation
â–  Thermal imaging
â–  Night vision
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 07 December, 2015.



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