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Atom T320 IR camera core

Sofradir EC, Inc. a world leader in innovative infrared technology is pleased to introduce the Atom T320 at the upcoming SPIE Defense and Commercial Sensing Expo in Orlando Florida.

The Atom T320 is a full function uncooled IR camera core supplied ready to integrate with or without lens. The unit, which operates in the LWIR spectral range, incorporates a ULIS 12µm pixel pitch sensor with 320x240 resolution for detection and imaging.

“Our goal was to produce a camera core that met our customer’s expectations not only in image quality but in SWaP design” states Robert DeMarco, VP Engineering. With a very small footprint and low power consumption, the Atom T320 is the perfect foundation for next generation professional grade systems. The unique Sofradir-EC design allows OEMs to easily integrate the module into their products and reduce their time to launch.  By incorporating newly developed image processing features image clarity is assured during all operating conditions.

Rugged, compact and lightweight, the AtomT320 is poised for use in weapon sights and other applications such as UAVs, surveillance, handheld imagers, wearables, and automotive obstacle detection systems that necessitate the reliable performance of a long wave infrared detection unit under diverse weather/environmental conditions.

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