iTherml Thermal Imaging Core SmartCor640 is new generation thermal imaging systems, with high sensitivity, continuous digital zoom and WDR image processing to offer high quality thermal imagery performance. And multiple infrared lens and expansion boards options are available to enhance their functions for integrators.
SmartCor640 has increased electronics to offer low power consumption to thermal system integrations. Their common mechanical & electrical compatibility is between different thermal cores formats for thermal integrators, and make them well-suited for thermal applications and thermal integrations, such as unmanned aerial vehicles, handheld thermal imagers, thermal night vision systems, driving vision enhancement, thermal imaging sights, security and surveillance, and more.
■ 640 x 480 pixels, 17um
■ Advanced WDR image processing
■ Continuous digital zoom
■ Adjustable crosshair
■ Lightweight, Small size
■ Pseudocolor analog video out put
■ BT.656 digital video output
■ Common mechanical & electrical
■ Multiple lens available
■ User-defined symbology supported
■ Auto-focus supported
■ IPC & SW-TNV expansion boards supported
Uncooled LWIR a-Si detector
640 x 480 pixels
50Hz | 60Hz
<40mK @ f/1.0
Continuous zoom (80~400);2x, 4x (via RS232 controlled)
Image mode(AGC), digital zoom, false color or monochrome thermal video
contrast, brightness, sharpness, system settings
Auto BG, Auto FG, Manual
Two or more, adjustable
False color Analog video & digital video (BT.656)
38 x 38 x 20.5 mm
10 M2 X 4 on rear of core frame UNC ¼”-20 (optional accessory)
650g; 11msec shock pulse(all axes)
5.6g 3axes, 8hours each
5% ~ 95% Non-condensing
Thermal imaging core, serial Interface cable
50-pin interface|20-pin interface
50-pin output | 20-pin output
UART | RS232 LVCMOS +2.5V~3.3V
+2.5V ~ +6.0 VDC
2 analog video, PAL (standard)
BT.656(standard), (optional for LVDS or CMOS)
Provide power input (5VDC), analog video output (BNC connector),and RS232 serial port control via PC.
Provides power input (5VDC), analog video output (BNC connector), users operate SmartCor by pushing buttons directly (up, down, left, right, MENU|OK).
Converts the RS232 serial port to the PC via USB port, and control SmartCor via GUI.
Transfers the real time analog video to the PC via GUI.