INO’s terahertz camera, the MICROXCAM-384i-THz, is based on an uncooled two-dimensional microbolometer pixel array optimized for broadband sensitivity in the THz regime. THz imaging provides the ability to see through various materials depending on the illumination wavelength. Operating at video frame rates, the MICROXCAM-384i-THz can acquire high-resolution images of 384 x 288 pixels in real time, saving both 16-bit raw and 8-bit final image outputs. The camera module can be equipped with a custom terahertz objective to produce high-quality images. Control and operation software is also available.
Both flexible and user-friendly, the camera module enables users to control various detector settings. Users can also access raw data to select the most appropriate data processing method for their application. Furthermore, the output is available in various formats to simplify evaluation and integration processes.
Sub-wavelength pixels for high spatial sampling
Broadband sensitivity for multispectral applications
Custom optics with a large field of view and full access to 16-bit raw data
Security and surveillance
INO also has state-of-the-art terahertz laboratory test and characterization facilities, complete with THz laser sources, power detectors, and optics. Using a modular approach, we have designed multiple optical setups that can either focus the laser beam to a diffraction-limited spot or expand it to provide uniform illumination over a larger area.
In addition to see-through video-rate imaging in transmission, reflection, and polarization modes, we offer sensitivity measurements (NEP, responsivity, noise), dynamic beam profiling (oversampled beam, 3D visualization tool), and material characterization (transmission, absorption) over a wavelength range of 53 µm to 890 µm (0.34 THz – 5.7 THz).