320x240 thermal image sensor draws under 220mW at 60Hz

April 04, 2017 // By Julien Happich
Thermal sensors manufacturer ULIS has launched the Atto320, the first in a family of stand-alone, image sensors with a 12-micron pixel pitch.

Aimed at outdoor leisure/observation, thermography and the surveillance sectors, the Atto320 brings sharply focused and accurate images, compactness and extended battery-life to handheld camera makers. The stand-alone component gives system integrators ultimate flexibility in end-design configuration. The 320x240 pixels thermal image sensor (microbolometer) features a high frame rate of 60Hz to catch fast-moving objects. It draws less than 220mW at 60Hz for extended autonomy. Temperature difference detection is as low as 0.06°C (60mK thermal sensitivity).
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