Qioptiq Limited displayed its JaguIR family of new thermal cameras at DSEI 2017 in London.
The JaguIR range is designed for land and maritime applications, including surveillance and integration in weapon stations It comprises three systems: the JaguIR-L long range variant, JaguIR-C compact system, and the JaguIR rugged solution. Each system uses high operating temperature (HOT) mercury, cadmium, telluride (MCT) medium wave infrared (MWIR) detector operating in a spectral range of 3–5 µm.
The JaguIR-L and JaguIR-C have a choice of array formats that include 640x480 with a 16-µm pixel pitch, 1024x768 using a 10-µm pixel pitch, and 1280x1024 with an 8-µm pixel pitch. JaguIR uses a 640x512 detector with a 16-µm pixel pitch.
All variants feature x14 continuous optical zoom lenses with a focal length of 30 mm to 410 mm that provide a narrow field of view (FOV) of 1.4° and a wide FOV of 19.4°. The systems also include electronic zoom functionality.
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