Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today that its Mitsubishi Electric Diode InfraRed (MelDIR) sensor lineup will introduce on July 1 a new thermal sensor featuring a wide field of view (FoV) and high 80×60 pixel resolution for applications including security, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), people counting, smart buildings and thermal scanners. The new MelDIR sensor accurately distinguishes between humans and other heat sources and enables the identification of specific human behavior, such as walking, running or raising hands.
1. Wide field of view and high-pixel resolution
– Wide FoV (78°x53°) and high pixel (80×60) resolution support accurate processing of infrared data.
– Compared to conventional 80×32 pixel MelDIR, detection area is 2–4 times larger and thermal resolution of 100mK, or 0.1ºC, is similar.
– Small pixel size of thermal diode infrared sensor achieves same package size as conventional 80×32 pixel MelDIR.
2. Superior images achieved with faster frame rate and optimized sensitivity correction
– Compared to a conventional 80×32 pixel MelDIR, frame rate is double and sensitivity correction is optimized for surrounding area for superior thermal images.
– Accurate identification of fast-moving heat sources supports crime prevention, people counting, animal detection, etc.
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