Teledyne Flir introduces camera module14 February 2024

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Teledyne Flir has launched a mid-wave infrared (MWIR) imaging module for products designed to detect, measure and visualise harmful gas emissions.

The Neutrino LC OGI optical gas imaging camera module can be integrated into unmanned aerial vehicles, small gimbals, handheld devices, and fixed-mounted gas leak detection systems.

The MWIR spectral band is used to detect the greenhouse gas methane and other hydrocarbons, such as volatile organic compounds.

According to Teledyne, the Neutrino LC OGI offers a 640x512 VGA resolution mode with up to eight times digital zoom to maximize scene awareness. It can also operate in bin mode, which can improve sensitivity to <20 millikelvins (mK) to create a crisper, higher-contrast image for pinpointing leaks.

Dan Walker, vice president of product management at Teledyne Flir, said: “The detection and mitigation of harmful hydrocarbon and chemical leaks into the air represents a significant priority for regulators and impacted industries. The Neutrino LC OGI is the low-risk and high-performing OEM camera module for integrators developing methane monitoring and other gas imaging solutions today.”

The Neutrino LC OGI features Teledyne Flir’s high operating temperature FPA technology and a long-life linear micro cooler.

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