Dublin, Oct. 2, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets
(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4sj4p4/dewalt_dct416) has announced the addition of the "Dewalt DCT416 camera report and IRISYS Redeye-6A sensor report Bundle Offer" report to their offering.
This bundle offer allows you to get two reports at a discounted price:
Dewalt - DCT416 Imaging Thermometer Kit Reverse Costing Analysis
Being part of Dewalt 12V cordless tool platform, this rugged product is meant to bring thermal imaging tools to everyone in the field. Its low-cost when compared with microbolometer-based cameras is coming with the low thermal resolution of its 15x15 pixel array. However the possibility to blend the thermal array with a visual image enhances its usage.
The thermal sensor used in this camera is a ceramic pyroelectric array. A camera module, an infrared optical lens, a 2.2 display are packed in a compact housing. The system with its accessories is supplied in a rigid transport case.
Based on a complete teardown analysis, the report provides an estimation of the production cost as well as the selling price of the product.
IRISYS REDEYE-6A Pyroelectric Array Sensor Reverse Costing Analysis
IRISYS (Infrared Integrated Systems Ltd), Northampton, UK, is promoting thermal technology for intelligent building. Using its own thermal imaging cameras, the company has developed a range of innovative solutions from people counting to security.
The REDEYE-6A is an array sensor using pyroelectric ceramic. The manufacturing process is simpler than it is for a micro-bolometer. The ceramic plate is attached on top of the readout integrated circuit and sealed with the IR window.
The definition of the REDEYE-6A is rather low: 31x31 pixels. It is optimized for low-cost application which do not need a great definition and high refresh rate. The same pyroelectric ceramic technology is used for higher definition array sensor, up to 47x47 pixels
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