Teledyne FLIR Introduces MWIR Camera
Teledyne FLIR has unveiled its latest product, the Neutrino SX12 ISR1200 high-definition mid-wavelength infrared (MWIR) camera with zoom lens for ground intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR).
The Neutrino SX12 ISR1200 is the first model in the new Neutrino Ground ISR series of high-performance, MWIR camera modules with integrated CZ optics. The HD MWIR system combines a Teledyne FLIR MWIR camera module and 120mm to 1,200mm CZ optics with industry-adopted imaging electronics from InVeo Designs LLC to provide an ISR solution for defence and industrial integrators.
Based on Teledyne FLIR focal plane array (FPA) technology, near-diffraction-limited optics, and a long-life linear Stirling cooler with 25,000-hour MTTF, the Neutrino SX12 ISR1200 offers 1280×1024 resolution with 12µm pixel size. It also features dual-parallel outputs using a 60Hz Camera Link base with 1080P30 HD-SDI or 720P60 HD-SDI, useful for tracking, turbulence mitigation, and artificial intelligence. The SX12 ISR1200 is a turnkey system that can be used for integration with ground-based, long-range ISR, perimeter surveillance, border surveillance, and counter-unmanned aircraft systems (C-UAS).
“The Neutrino Ground ISR series joins the Neutrino IS series of MWIR camera modules with integrated CZ optics, offering defence and industrial integrators shortened time-to-market and reduced project risk thanks to its familiar imaging components and off-the-shelf design and delivery”, said Dan Walker, vice president, product management, Teledyne FLIR. “All Neutrino series systems are classified under US Department of Commerce jurisdiction as EAR 6A003.b.4.a and are not subject to International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)”.
The long focal length CZ lens was developed and is produced by the Teledyne FLIR team, formerly of New England Optical Systems (NEOS), which joined FLIR in 2019. The system provides autofocus, focus, and boresight retention through zoom, and is factory optimized for each integrated system. The lens, the MWIR camera module, and imaging electronics are all designed and manufactured in the United States.
The entire Neutrino portfolio will be available to view in person at booth #1101 at the SPIE Defense and Commercial Sensing Exhibition, April 3-7, 2022, in Orlando, Florida or booth #2107 at AUVSI Xponential, April 25-28, in Orlando, Florida.
You can find more information about Teledyne FLIR and the Neutrino SX12 ISR1200 on its website.
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