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Thermal imaging is the preferred technology for detecting objects at night. Thermal imaging infrared cameras are able to detect an object’s infrared radiation and create an electronic image. Normally, warm bodies (such as persons and vehicles) are readily visible because they are warmer than a typical cold background. Since they do not rely on reflected ambient light, thermal imagers are light-level independent. In addition, they also are able to penetrate some obscurants such as smoke, fog and haze.
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Uncooled Infrared Camera - PV640LW
PV640
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Incorporating an advanced 640x480 microbolometer detector array, the PV640LW Uncooled Infrared Camera delivers high resolution infrared images in the long-wave (8-14µm) spectral range. Because they accept a variety of infrared objective lenses and with either Gigabit Ethernet or Camera Link digital video output models, the cameras are ideal for a wide variety of applications. In addition, the PV640’s short thermal time constant produces superior thermal image quality even while imaging fast moving objects.

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Atom™ 1024 - Uncooled Infrared Camera

Atom 1024

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The ATOM™ 1024 incorporates a ULIS advanced all silicon 1024x768 microbolometer detector array and state-of-the-art 17 micron pixel pitch technology to deliver extremely high resolution in an XGA format. Because of the camera's small compact size and low power consumption, the ATOM 1024 is easy to integrate, and ideally suited for a wide range of military and COTS themal imaging systems. The ATOM 1024's short thermal time constant produces superior thermal image quality, even while imaging fast moving objects, making the system an ideal choice for handheld, ground vehicle and airborne EOIR platforms and advanced fusion-based night vision systems.

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EZTherm 890, 885 and 876 Series Thermal Cameras
New! The EZTherm 890, 885 and 876 cameras are for the professional users and feature a large articulating side display and a number of features and convenience to facilitate thermal imaging.
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Feature
EZTherm 890 Series
EZTherm 885 Series
EZTherm 876 Series
FPA Array Size
640x480
320x240
160x120
Sensitivity (NETD)
40mK
30mK
80mK
Max Object Temperature
662° F
2192° F opt.
662° F
2192° F opt.
662° F
SuperResolution
1280x960 opt.
640x480 opt.
320x240 opt.
Focus Mode
Auto/Manual
Auto/Manual
Manual/Motor
Field-of-View
42° x 32°
15° x 11° opt.
30° x 23°
11° x 9° opt.
32° x 23°
9° x 7° opt.
IR / Visible Image Blending
Included
Included
Included
Voice Annotation
Optional
Optional
Optional
Humidity Measurement
Optional
Optional
Optional
Display
4.3" LCD touchscreen
4.3" LCD touchscreen
3.5" LCD
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EZTherm 882 and 875 Thermal Cameras
New! The EZTherm 882, and 875i Series cameras are ideal infrared inspection tools in an easy to hold housing. Two different models are available with a variety of capabilities and features as shown in the chart below.
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Feature
EZTherm 882 Series
EZTherm 875i Series
EZTherm 875 Series
FPA Array Size
320x240
160x120
160x120
Sensitivity (NETD)
50 mK
50 mK
80mK
Max Object Temperature
662° F
1022° F opt.
662° F
1022° F opt.
536° F
SuperResolution
640x480 opt.
320x240 opt.
320x240 opt.
Focus Mode
Manual / Motor
Manual
Manual
Field-of-View
32° x 23°
32° x 23°
9° x 7° opt.
32° x 23°
IR / Visible Image Blending
Included
Included
N/A
Voice Annotation
Included
Optional
N/A
Humidity Measurement
Optional
Optional
N/A
Display
Fixed 3.5" LCD
Fixed 3.5" LCD
Fixed 3.5" LCD
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Sofradir EC Night Vision
Sofradir EC, Inc. Night Vision Imaging  (formerly Electrophysics Night Vision Imaging)
373 US Hwy 46W Fairfield, NJ 07004 USA  |  Phone: 973-882-0211  |  Fax: 973-882-0997  |   info@sofradir-ec.com