1280x1024, 10-micron LWIR Camera
The Viento 1280 is a new (high definition, HD) uncooled long wave infrared (LWIR) camera offered by Sierra-Olympic Technologies, Inc. This new LWIR camera core features a unique 1280×1024 microbolometer sensor with 10-micron pixel pitch. The microbolometer focal plane array is based upon Leonardo DRS EOIRS Tenum 1280M LWIR sensor core.
The Viento 1280 infrared camera offers very high sensitivity uncooled infrared FPA performance in a small, compact (SWaP) package designed for development environments in applications such as unmanned airborne vehicles, situational awareness on ground vehicles, unmanned ground vehicles, and other infrared camera applications requiring resolution four times greater than traditional VGA resolution sensors.
Viento 1280 offers USB 3.0 digital outputs compatible with UVC standards. A 14-bit digital video stream is offered on an OEM board-to-board connector, or via an adapter board with a USB-C connector. A full support package offers reference designs and sample code for full implementation of the sensors <50 millikelvin sensitivity. The sensor’s trigger signals are made available for synchronous operation of one or more sensors.
1280×1024 resolution, 10micron pitch
Uncooled VOx microbolometer
30 Hz frame rate
<50 mK NETD
25 mm, 35 mm, and no- lens options available
|Lens EFL/F#||FOV (H° x V°)||Weight (g)||L x W x H (mm)|
|No Lens||N/a||115g||47 x 65 x 60 mm|
|25 mm, F/1.2||28.7° x 23.1°||163g||70 x 65 x 60 mm|
|35 mm, F/1.2||20.7° x 16.7°||220g||77 x 65 x 60 mm|