HiPIR-640 MCT 640x512 15µm Pitch IDCA
High Performance IR-Modules (MWIR or LWIR)
Focusing on excellent E/O performance with minimum size, weight and power, AIM manufactures full TV format HiPIR-640 modules with 15µm pitch in the MWIR or LWIR with high full frame rates up to 100Hz. State of the art MCT technology allows series production of MWIR detectors operating at temperatures exceeding 120K without any need to sacrifice the 5µm cut-off wavelength.
Depending on whether minimum vibration output and maximum lifetime are key requirements or compactness and low power consumption, the detectors are either available in configurations with AIM's new SX095 split linear cooler or with different integral rotary coolers.
A dedicated electronics card set provides digital output optionally including sophisticated scene based non-uniformity correction and is designed to withstand even harsh environments.
ActIR-1024 - MCT 1024x256 SWIR IDCA
Hyperspectral Imaging IR-Module
SWIR 0.9 - 2.5 μm state of the art detector for 24/7 operation. An Integrated Detector Cooler Assembly with pulse tube coldfinger driven by a flexure bearing compressor provides unsurpassed life for - e.g. hyperspectral - spaceborne applications in which mission costs demand this requirement. This also applies in military missions when day/night protection of our troops does not allow for down time.
RangIR - Thermal Targeting Sight
Basis of RangIR is HuntIR, extended by a laser range finder (LRF), a digital magnetic compass (DCM) and a ballistics computer.
RangIR has been selected by the German Bundeswehr as thermal sight for grenade launchers and for the enhanced system of the German Infanterist der Zukunft (IdZ-ES).
SX095 - 3rd Gen Cooler
High performance linear technology, high MTTF(>15,000h), high specific performance, cooling capacity 1.3W at 80K (23°C), coldfinger with sleeve ideal for IDCA solutions.
SF 070 - Flexure Bearing Stirling Cooler
Flexure bearing and moving magnet technology, high MTTF (>20,000h), compact and lightweight, high cooling capacity of 0.7Watt at 80K (23°C).