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Need to IR sensor solution

  1. Jul 28, 2015 #1
    Hello, Every member:

    We need to IR sensor solution for our system.
    Please, connect to me If you know any company of product or maker about the IR sensor.
    Required specifications are as follows: (ps: choose one of the following five.)

    1. Thermopile array #1:

    a. Pixel pitch: 0.6 mm

    b. Array type: 2 x 4 or 4 x 4

    c. Sensing wavelength: 8 ~ 14 um

    d. Output type: analog for every element

    e. Element parameter:

    i. Element size: 0.5 mm x 0.5 mm

    ii. Sensitivity: 60V/W for 8~14um

    iii. Resistance: 80kΩ

    iv. Noise: 36 nV/√Hz

    v. D*: 0.9E8 for 1Hz

    vi. Time constant: < 6ms

    2. Thermopile array #2:

    a. Pixel pitch: 1.1 mm

    b. Array type: 2 x 2

    c. Sensing wavelength: 8 ~ 14 um

    d. Output type: analog for every element

    e. Element parameter:

    i. Element size: 1 mm x 1 mm

    ii. Sensitivity: 50V/W for 8~14um

    iii. Resistance: 80kΩ

    iv. Noise: 36 nV/√Hz

    v. D*: 1.3E8 for 1Hz

    vi. Time constant: < 10ms

    3. Pyroelectric array:

    a. Pixel pitch: 1.1 mm

    b. Array type: 2 x 2

    c. Sensing wavelength: 8 ~ 14 um

    d. Amplifier: with integrated voltage mode amplifier (ex. FET), every element

    e. Operate frequency: 1Hz ~ 5kHz

    f. Output type: analog for every element

    g. Element parameter:

    i. Element size: 1 mm x 1 mm

    ii. Sensitivity: 120V/W for 1kHz and 8~14um

    iii. Output impedance: ~100kΩ

    iv. NEP: 3.8E-10W/√Hz

    v. D*: 2.5E8 for 1kHz

    vi. Time constant: < 25ms

    4. Bolometer array:

    a. Pixel pitch: 0.3 mm

    b. Array type: 8 x 8

    c. Sensing wavelength: 8 ~ 14 um

    d. Operate frequency: 1Hz ~ 5kHz

    e. Output type: analog for every element

    f. Element parameter:

    i. Element size: 0.25 mm x 0.25 mm

    ii. Sensitivity(before readout gain, 2V, 0Hz): 100,000V/W

    iii. NETD(f/1, 300K, 30Hz): < 10mK

    iv. D*: 8E8

    v. Time constant: < 15ms

    5. MCT(HgCdTe) or PbSe or InSb:

    a. Sensor type: one element

    b. Sensing wavelength: 3 ~ 5 um(cut-off λ= 4.9 ~ 6 um)

    c. Element parameter:

    i. Element size: 0.5 mm x 0.5 mm or 1 mm x 1 mm

    ii. D*: 1E10

    iii. Cooling: None or Built-in TEC type (Up to two TEC)

    If you have any question, welcome to contact me.

    Best Regards~

    Bruce
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Aug 27, 2015
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  3. Jul 28, 2015 #2
    Google is your friend here.
     
  4. Jul 28, 2015 #3
    Dear Dr. Courtney:

    Thanks for your reply~!
    Ya~ I know google is my good friend, but I want to know some relatively unknown or non-popular company however they have top-notch of the IR sensor technology. If they have the product of my needs or depending on the specification to customize that will be very wonderful.
     
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