The long wave infrared is the wavelength range with the most available thermal imaging cameras. This is because according to Planck’s law, human beings emit mainly in the LWIR. By using uncooled microbolometer technology, we are able to offer small, lightweight and cost-effective infrared cameras. Our microbolometer camera Gobi is offered with 640 x 480 pixels and both GigE Vision and analog interfaces. Gobi’s main application areas are integration and temperature control which is why it comes without an internal monitor.
Our Onca system is available as both QWIP and MCT camera. We also offer one MCT version that covers an extremely wide wavelength range in the LWIR. Our cooled IR cameras for the longwave infrared are used in military research and applications.