Sierra-Olympic Downloads

  1. Full HD Thermal Camera: Vayu HD Datasheet

    The Vayu HD is the world’s first full high definition, uncooled, 1080p output thermal camera designed to deliver unmatched 1920 x 1200 image resolution, sensitivity, and detector quality for the most stunning thermal images from a stand-alone commercially designed camera. Standard features include unique real-time extended processing tools, electronic image stabilization, on-board image and video storage, and Ethernet capabilities.

  2. High-Resolution Thermal Camera With GigE Vision® And Power Over Ethernet: Viento-G Datasheet

    The Viento-G is a simple-to-use thermal camera designed for a wide array of thermal monitoring applications and custom OEM applications. The feature-rich thermal imager provides the ability to view and control the video and supply power using a single, standard Ethernet cable via GigE Vision® and Power over Ethernet (PoE) industry standards. It is available in either enclosed or split board configurations with standard or thermography imaging and data in either 320 x 240 or 640 x 480 resolutions.

  3. Continuous Zoom Thermal Cameras: Vinden 105 EX & Vinden 150 EX Datasheet

    The Vinden 105 EX and Vinden 150 EX are designed with a 35-105mm or 50-150mm lens, and a 12x zoom factor for a 640 x 480 resolution, or a 6x zoom factor for a 320 x 240 resolution. They also feature offer IP-video output with H.264 and MJPEG streams and Ethernet control. These cameras provide integration flexibility, and are ideal tools for security/surveillance integrators, or any other thermal video user requiring continuous zoom thermal imaging capabilities.

  4. Comparing Fields Of View

    There can be many factors to deal with when looking to utilize the best field of view (FOV). This white paper covers the different types of FOV, the factors that must be considered for choosing a lens for FOV, and what lens focus does to FOV.

  5. Image Resolution Comparisons

    In thermal imaging, it is difficult to overcome the challenges of fewer pixels and lower resolution. As a solution, Sierra-Olympic offers arrays with 320 x 240 resolution and up.

  6. Frame Rate Comparisons

    Sierra–Olympic provides a comparison between 9 and 60 Hz frame rates in VOX uncooled FPA sensors.

  7. Rugged Thermal Camera For Outdoor Perimeter Surveillance And Robotics: Viento 67-640 Datasheet

    The Viento 67-640 is a rugged thermal camera designed for careful object detection and classification in perimeter surveillance, robotics, motion detection, and other rugged outdoor applications. The camera includes automatic image normalization and an integrated shutter for high quality images, as well as Image Contrast Enhancement (ICE™) for scenes with low thermal contrast. It also features a fixed focal length, a fixed mount, and a 640 x 480 resolution array with 17 μm pixels.

  8. Thermal Imaging: How It Works

    Thermal imaging is simply made up of a thermal scene, a lens, a sensor, and a display. But how do you focus heat? What kind of sensor detects heat, and how do you display it? This article offers a short Infrared 101 overview, and covers fundamental terms and concepts of thermal imaging.

  9. Tamron LWIR Zoom Lenses Datasheet

    The Tamron family of lenses is designed to operate throughout the 8 – 14 µm spectral range, have excellent parafocality (focus through zoom), and offer continuous, precision athermalization, low weight, and low power. Two zoom ranges are available in models with either diamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings or anti-reflective coatings.

  10. New Imaging Technologies (NIT) Brochure

    New Imaging Technologies (NIT) wide-dynamic-range (WDR) InGaAs shortwave infrared (SWIR) sensors and camera systems are designed with Fixed Pattern Noise correction to provide high uniformity images under all lighting conditions. They are ideal for use in biomedical, laser measurement, welding, semiconductor, art inspection, and process control applications.