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New Thermal Sensor Technology #9051007 05/22/24 11:39 PM
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This may take a while before it becomes available in products we use, assuming it does make it into production, but it's interesting.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidh...-powerful-thermal-imagers-at-lower-cost/

They're going from a single chip solution to a 2-chip product, but each of the two chips is much cheaper to manufacture than the current technology.


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Re: New Thermal Sensor Technology [Re: der Teufel] #9051219 05/23/24 02:34 PM
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Looks like near IR sensors for automotive stuff. We want far IR with germanium lens. Two layer assembly makes QC easier, toss 1/2 the bad parts.

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