The Crius Series are true SWaP yet affordable thermal imaging camera cores. With shutterless technology, each Crius generates outstanding thermal profile. Among them, Crius 1280 is the most compact and lightest high resolution LWIR core ever, ideal for long-range observation and surveillance.
|Crius (12µm pixel)||640||1280|
|Frame rate (maximum)||60 Hz||60 Hz|
|Typical NETD (F/1 ; 300K ; 30 Hz)||50 mK (40mK upon request)||50 mK|
|Product Interfaces / Video standards|
|Modules (host-based processing)||RAW16 over USB2.0 or USB3.0|
|Engine Cores (embedded processing)||BT656 / YCbCr / CMOS parallel 16bit / PAL-NTSC / Camera Link /
SD-SDI / 3G/HD-SDI / MIPI
|Platforms (for handheld devices)||Digital: BT656 / YCbCr and/or Analog : PAL / NTSC|
|Image processing||Bad Pixel Correction, NUC, Shutterless|
|Image optimization||Global/local AGC, Progressive digital zoom up to x4, Overlays|
|Optics (optional)||1.5 mm to 100+ mm Focal Distance / 4° to 180° HFOV|
|Operating temperature range||Up to -20°C to +60°C|
The Crius Series of uncooled LWIR camera cores offer an affordable solution in thermal imaging. With resolutions up to 1280 x 1024 micro-bolometer in 12 μm pixels and SWaP design, Crius Series offers an outstanding thermal profile enabling low-power consumption, agility of configurations and plug & play solution for medium to high volume OEMs and integrators.
The Crius 1280 is powered by 1280x1024 pixels bolometric sensor providing excellent thermal profile with typical NETD of 50 mK. The CRIUS 1280 is the solution for demanding OEMs and integrators in long-range observation and surveillance.
The Crius 640 is powered by 640x480 pixels bolometric sensor providing excellent thermal profile with typical NETD of 50 mK (40mK upon request). The CRIUS 640 is the among the most compact and lightest VGA thermal imaging camera in the world.