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120 x 84 Sensor in TO-8 with Integral Optics and Calibration
120 x 84 Sensor in TO-8 with Integral Optics and Calibration
Boston Electronics

120 x 84 Sensor in TO-8 with Integral Optics and Calibration

Regular price $419.00 $0.00

Item Description

Prototype sample quantities now available.

Minimum order is two (2) sensors.

The HTPA120x84d is our highest resolution thermopile infrared array inside a TO-8 housing, which is best for thermal imaging.

Due to the digital SPI interface, only six pins are needed for operation. It has a 16-bit ADC and built-in EEPROM stores all calibration data. The frame rate can be set individually and depends on the sensor clock and ADC resolution

For high 16-bit resolution, frame rates of 9 Hz are possible, while lower ADC resolutions allow frame rates of up to 30 Hz and more. Different available optical lenses, integrated with the array in TO-8 housing, provide fields of view (FOV) from 12x9 degree up to 120x90 degree.

The 120x84 array can be used as drop-in solution for the 80x64 array as it provides the same PIN-out and dimensions.

Product Technical Specs

  • Summary specifications are below for the arrays we typically have in stock for online purchase
  • Additional fields of view are available; refer to catalog
  • View the product catalog and download it at the Download PDF tab
  • Please contact us with any questions or for assistance via our contact request page or at 617-566-3821
Features & Benefits
  • 120x84 thermopile pixel elements
  • Range of FOV available
  • True shutterless operation
  • high framerates of 9 Hz to 50 Hz
  • 16-bit ADC resolution
  • high object temperature range


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