Thermal Imaging Camera has ruggedized enclosure
Thermal Imaging Camera has ruggedized enclosure.
Thermal Imaging Camera has ruggedized enclosure.

September 8, 2003 07:39 - Made with company's uncooled VOx microbolometer detector and on-focal-plane signal processing, Omega? infrared camera measures 1.35 x 1.45 x 1.90 in. and weighs under 120 g. Product offers thermal resolution of less than 40 mK when normalized to f/1.0 and has 3.5C9.0 Vdc standard input voltage range. Offerings include analog RS-170A (CCIR) and 14-bit digital output. Extended temperature range mode allows scenes to be imaged in temperatures up to 400C.

Indigo Systems' Omega? Camera - Now in Ruggedized Enclosure

September 3, 2003 C Goleta, CA C Indigo Systems, a world supplier of infrared cameras, software, and complete camera systems, now offers the tiny Omega thermal imager in a ruggedized enclosure for extreme environmental conditions. This high-performance infrared camera is the smallest (1.35"x1.45"x1.90") and lightest (under 120 grams) IR imaging device in the world. Omega is made with Indigo's uncooled VOx (vanadium oxide) microbolometer detector and proprietary on-focal-plane signal processing. The ruggedized Omega is also available with a FireWire? (Apple Computer) option to increase modularity and extend the flexible architecture for custom configurations.

Omega's excellent thermal resolution (<40 mK when normalized to f/1.0) and uncompromising image quality is ideal for stand-alone IR imaging applications or as an OEM core where weight, space and power are important considerations. The tiny Omega has low power consumption, low heat load, long battery life and an instant turn-on signal offered with a standard input voltage range of 3.5 to 9.0 VDC. Featuring both analog RS-170A (CCIR) and 14-bit digital output, the Omega has an automatic function to switch into extended temperature range mode, allowing scenes to be imaged in temperatures up to 400 C. This unique, ruggedized little camera is ideal for firefighting, security and surveillance, search and rescue, industrial process monitoring, machine vision, building inspection, unmanned vehicles, robotics, and military applications.

Indigo Systems Corporation (, based in Goleta, California, is a leading manufacturer of infrared cameras, providing complete camera, software and enclosure solutions for commercial, industrial, security, military and R&D applications. Since 1996, Indigo has provided IR cameras spanning the entire infrared spectrum, including near-, midwave-, and longwave-IR. Sensors include InGaAs, InSb, QWIPs, and microbolometers.

General Information:
Aileen Wrench
Phone: 805-964-9797
FAX: 806-685-2711

Company Information:
Name: Indigo Systems Corp.
Address: 5385-T Hollister Ave., Suite 103
City: Santa Barbara
State: CA
ZIP: 93111
Country: USA
Phone: 805-964-9797
FAX: 805-964-7708

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