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ULIS S. A. S.
CÚlia Million-Lavarque
Veurey-Voroize, France

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IR Thermal Sensor Array aids energy efficiency management.   Return to story
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ULIS S. A. S.
CÚlia Million-Lavarque
Veurey-Voroize  38113   France
Phone: +33 (0) 4 76 53 74 70
FAX: +33 (0) 4 76 53 74 80
http://www.ulis-ir.com
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Andrew Lloyd & Associates
Carol Leslie
United Kingdom
Phone: 44-1273-675100
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IR Thermal Sensor Array aids energy efficiency management.

ULIS S. A. S.    Veurey-Voroize, 38113
Feb 06, 2013 Suited for building diagnostics and automation equipment used in energy efficiency management, Micro80P™ 80 x 80 small pixel pitch high-sensitivity thermal sensor array is based on amorphous silicon (a-Si)ámicrobolometer technology. IR thermal sensor array aims at improving next-generation motion detection systems and increasing measurement accuracy of building energy diagnostic tools. In addition to detecting motion, array can also count, localize, and classify objects or human activity.
Miniature IR Detector comes in 1 x 1 x .2 in. package.

Miniature IR Detector comes in 1 x 1 x .2 in. package.

ULIS S. A. S.    Veurey-Voroize, 38113
Dec 02, 2008 Suited for thermal camera manufacturers, UL 03 16 2 comes integrated into resistive amorphous silicon package, embeds ADC on chip, and works without requiring thermoelectric cooler. Features incldue 384 x 288 pixel array with 25 Ám pitch and typical array operability of greater than 99.9%. While spectral response range is 8-14 Ám, thermal time constant is less than 7 ms, and typical signal response is 3 mV/K. Solution also integrates CMOS multiplexer IC with ripple imaging operation.
Infrared Detector requires no cryogenic cooling system.

Infrared Detector requires no cryogenic cooling system.

ULIS S. A. S.    Veurey-Voroize, 38113
Dec 21, 2005 Adapted for thermal imagery, UL 04 17 1 uncooled microbolometer detector is designed for use with thermography, FLIRs, and microscopes in medical and military applications. HD array utilizes NTSC television-type format. With technology based on resistive amorphous silicon bolometer, product does not require optical modulator or mechanical sweep mechanism. Its 640 x 480 pixel focal plane array, with 25 micron pitch, has spectral response in bandwidths from 8-14 microns.




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Mar 05, 2010

ULIS Gives Talk on Advances in Uncooled Infrared Detectors at SPIE Defense, Security & Sensing Conference 2010


Dec 10, 2009

ULIS Extends its High-Definition Thermal Imaging Product Line


Jul 02, 2009

ULIS Quadruples Production Capacity of Infrared Detectors


Oct 19, 2006

ULIS Launches Its Family Of Amorphous Silicon Infrared Detectors with the Smallest Pixel in the World






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