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Teledyne FLIR releases Boson+ longwave infrared thermal camera module with sensitivity of 20mK or less

By GeoConnexion - 19th July 2022 - 17:34

Teledyne FLIR, part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, announced the Boson+ with thermal sensitivity of 20 millikelvin (mK) or less, making it the most sensitive longwave infrared (LWIR) camera in the market. It shares the SWaP of the widely deployed and real- world-proven Boson thermal camera module. With identical mechanical, electrical, and optical interfaces, the Boson+ is a drop-in upgrade that also includes updated image processing to deliver enhanced sharpness and contrast for defence and commercial applications. Made in the USA, the Boson+ includes a redesigned 640 x 512 resolution, 12-micron pixel pitch detector with a noise equivalent differential temperature (NEDT) of 20 mK or less which offers significantly enhanced detection, recognition, and identification (DRI) performance. Improved video latency enhances tracking, seeker performance, and decision support.

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