SAITIS-640 is one of the smallest long-wave infrared imagers available on the market. SAITIS-640 is based upon a uncooled microbolometer FPA (amorphous silicon, spectral band 8-14 μm) with 640x480 pixels resolution. Unique features for the SAITIS-640 is its low weight and size (from 27mm x 27mm x 26mm) but also the minimum power requirements (1W).
The video output is PAL/NTSC video but also digital video output is available. The camera is controlled via a standard RS-232 interface.

The camera is available with or without integrated shutter for NUC (Non-Uniformity Correction). The shutter-less version, SAITIS-640-X, requires an external shutter to perform the NUC. The camera with integrated shutter, SAITIS-640-S, has an automatic NUC manager integrated for easy-to-use operations.

Configure SAITIS-640
Spectral Band 8-14 um
Pixel Pitch 17 um
Resolution 640 x 480
Sensitivity (NETD) < 50 mK
Display format, analog outputs PAL, NTSC
Frame Rates 9 or 25 or 30 Hz
Power Dissipation 1 W (typical, 5.5-7 Vdc)
Control Interface RS-232 (CMOS levels, 115200 baud)
Digital Video LVDS
Analog Video CVBS
Temperature -40 to +60°C operational, -40 to +80°C storage
Weight from 22 g
Dimensions from 27 mm x 27 mm x 26 mm