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Micro80P thermal sensor

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Ulis has released for sampling the Micro80P, its first 80 x 80 small pixel pitch high-sensitivity thermal sensor array.

The sensor is based on amorphous silicon (a-Si) microbolometer technology. Micro80P aims at improving next-generation motion detection systems and increasing the measurement accuracy of building energy diagnostic tools, such as spot thermometers and other commercial thermal equipment.

Micro80P can be used to produce data in the form of an image for low-end imaging applications, like spot thermometers, so that users can see what is being measured. It can also provide image-free data for thermal detection applications, such as automated building energy management, security access or people counting.