Panasonic Grid-EYE Narrow Angle Infrared Array Sensor | New Product BriefApril 25, 2018 by Mouser Electronics
Panasonic Grid-EYE Narrow Angle Infrared Array Sensors offer a narrower field of view than standard Grid-EYE array sensors.
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Panasonic Grid-EYE Narrow Angle Infrared Array Sensors
Panasonic Grid-EYE Narrow Angle Infrared Array Sensors offer a narrower field of view than standard Grid-EYE array sensors. The sensor is based on an 8x8 array of thermopile elements with a 35.6° field of view, reduced from the standard sensor’s 60°. This allows the sensor to focus on and accurately measure objects at closer range, with applications in smart appliances, occupancy detection, and digital signage.
The sensor can measure objects from -20°C to +100°C with ±3°C accuracy and 0.25°C resolution. Panasonic’s Grid-EYE Narrow Angle Infrared Array Sensor supports up to 10 frames per second, an optional moving average, a standby mode with intermittent measurements, and a low-power sleep mode.
- Sensor: 8x8 thermopile array (64 pixels)
- Field of View: 35.6° horizontal and vertical
- Temperature measurements: -20°C to +100°C, ±3.0°C accuracy, 0.25°C resolution
- Frame rate: 10 frames/sec or 1 frame/sec
- Stand-by: 1 measurement every 10 or 60 sec
- Calculation mode: No averaging or double moving average
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