Latest New Product News from Cal Sensors, Inc.
Pulsed Emitter combines high pulse speed and fast response.Cal Sensors, Inc. Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Mar 19, 2013 Supplied in TO-5 package with optional window and 2.3 x 2.4 mm element, MEMs Pulsed Emitter (MPE) is designed with thin-membrane, thermo-resistive material and operates over 1–20 micron IR spectrum. Broadband source of quasi-black body pulsed light provides pulse rates up to 100 Hz as well as accelerated heat up and cool down. Operating up to 750°C, MPE has input power requirements up to 1.1 W peak and offers attributes that maximize signal output while minimizing 1/f noise.
Infrared CO2 Sensor targets HVAC applications.Cal Sensors, Inc. Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Feb 12, 2013 Employing non-dispersive IR technologies, Model IRCO2 meets requirements of Demand Controlled Ventilation systems. Unit utilizes 2-channel detector and pulsed emitter with burst mode that only energizes emitter 188 ms out of every 30 sec measurement cycle, minimizing power consumption. Generating signal passively by measuring absorption of IR light through gas, sensor eliminates degradation concerns. IRCO2 delivers highest sensitivity in 4.26 micron wavelength region and achieves 25 ppm accuracy.
Prototype Kit accelerates gas measurement device development.Cal Sensors, Inc. Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Jan 25, 2012 As plug-and-play tool, Sensor Prototype Kit accelerates prototyping, validation, and product development for gas measurement instruments by allowing engineers to focus on challenges of system design. Kit validates detector viability and supporting PbS and PbSe detector technologies. Solution includes as standard 2 digital drive boards with integrated electronics, one 1- to 4-element detector, one PIREPlus emitter, and developer's software.
Lead Selenide Position Detectors track IR sources.Cal Sensors, Inc. Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Apr 26, 2011 With sensitivity of 1.5 x 1010 Jones in 1-5 µm wavelength region, Lead Selenide Position Detectors can identify and track location of infrared sources. Multi-channel format allows technology to zoom in on hot spots or other IR emissions, making detectors suitable for weapons targeting, security and defense counter-measures, and hot spot detection for fire fighting. Integrated software provides real-time streaming data on target position relative to detector location.
Lead Salt IR Detector Arrays are optimized for stability.Cal Sensors, Inc. Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Mar 22, 2011 LMA (Linear Multiplexed Array) series features 256-element array, comprised of 6 compensation elements and 250 active elements, that provides real-time measurement compensation for environmental changes. Available in PbS and PbSe material, 256-element array provides sensitivity in 1.0-5.5 µm wavelength region. Stability enhancing features include system noise reducing design, built-in shielding, and optional cooler controller. Rectangular and square configurations are available.
Infrared Detectors feature integrated electronics.Cal Sensors, Inc. Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Mar 02, 2010 Housed in hermetically sealed TO-8 package, Lead Selenide and Lead Sulfide Integrated Detector Assemblies cover 1.0-5.5 µm infrared region and provide sensitivity of 1.5 E10 Jones. Housing electronic drivers within detector package optimizes noise performance since detector is close to first stage of amplification. Available in 1 and 2 mm square sizes, detectors are suited for industrial and auto and aviation emissions analysis, environmental monitoring, IR spectroscopy, and thermal imaging.
Solid State IR Emitter includes built-in drive electronics.Cal Sensors, Inc. Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Jan 26, 2010 With output of 4 x 10-2 W/cm² at 1 in. from filament, PIREPlus can be pulsed as source of blackbody radiation for near-to-far infrared applications at 180 Hz with 50% modulation depth. Radiating element consists of ultra-thin metallic foil with emissivity of 0.88. Designed to operate at max foil temperature of 1,000°K, PIREPlus emitter is offered with standard integrated reflector to provide near collimated and uniform radiation output.
Pulsable Emitter is designed for IR applications.Cal Sensors, Inc. Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Apr 13, 2009 Able to operate at rated maximum foil temperature of 1,000°K for wavelengths of 2.9 microns and beyond, PIRELC can be used as steady state or pulsed source of blackbody radiation for near-to-far IR applications. Solid state emitter outputs 4x10-2 W/cm² at 1 in. from filament, while pulsable emitter offers optimized signal-to-noise ratio, is compatible with various detector technologies, and comes in T0-5 header package. Emitter can be pulsed to 10 Hz with 50% modulation depth.
PbSe Detector features customizable, quad configuration.Cal Sensors, Inc. Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Mar 25, 2009 MIRA4 4-color lead selenide (PbSe) sensor comes in 8.2 mm dia x 6.3 mm high, hermetically sealed T05 package that houses four 1 mm² detectors. Able to detect up to 4 distinct gases in 1.0-5.5 µm IR region, quad configuration lets users customize filters and select 4 distinct gases for monitoring. Accuracy is enhanced by cross talk of less than 0.5%, minimizing optical and electrical interference between 4 detectors.
Thermal Imaging Array is optimized for sensitivity.Cal Sensors, Inc. Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Feb 03, 2009 Lead selenide (PbSe) thermal imaging array, LIRA5S, comes in industry-standard 28-pin package and is sensitive in 1.0-5.5 µm wavelength region. This 256-element multiplex array can be programmed for use in various high-speed thermal imaging applications, including hot-spot detection in manufacturing and assembly process lines, conveyer belts, as well as in buildings and railway systems.
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