8μm Thermal Imaging lenses was launched by Sunny Infrared Optics
In 2008, sunny infrared optics successfully developed a 25μm thermal imaging lens.
In 2011, 17μm thermal imaging lens was developed successfully.
In 2018, 12μm thermal imaging lens was developed successfully.
In 2021, 8μm thermal imaging lens was released for the first time.
The advancement of uncooled thermal imaging technology makes it widely used in more and more emerging fields. Ultra-large area array, ultra-small pixel pitch, and ultra-high resolution are increasingly becoming the mainstream.
In August 2021, sunny infrared optics successfully developed 8μm thermal imaging lenses after three months of research, and solved the problem of higher cutoff frequency and MTF enhancement difficulties caused by the reduction of pixels.
Compared with 12μm thermal imaging lenses, this series of products can achieve a smaller focal length at the same field of view, thus reducing development costs.
Most importantly, with the new generation of VGA/XGA uncooled detector, the 8μm pixel spacing brings clearer image quality.
● Compact design, wide aperture, high-performance of relative illumination
● Diffraction-limited optical design
● Superb image resolution
● Not affected by extreme environment
● Ideal for full range of applications
With the advantages of high precision, high efficiency and overall detection of fault point, the handheld thermal imaging cameras not only have solved the difficult problems of fault detection & prevention, but also become the key detection equipment in the industry after coming into the market.
In the optical system, when the light passes through the lens surface, it occurs refraction as well as reflection. The reflection will cause the loss of light energy and the reflected ghost image and stray light will lead to a poor imaging quality.
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