Wednesday, February 24, 2016


The IRXCAM-384-THz is a high-sensitivity terahertz camera module with an uncooled 384 x 288 pixel microbolometer detector of 35µm pitch optimized for THz wavelengths. An antireflective coating is applied on the detector window for specific THz spectral bands. The camera module provides 16-bit raw signals and 8-bit final images at an output frame rate of 48 Hz through a Gigabit Ethernet link. Total access to the detector configuration parameters is also provided. Custom refractive objectives are also available as an option.
See how you can see through objects with INO's terahertz camera in this video.
Terahertz camera video


  • Waveband: 70 – 3189 µm / 4.25 – 0.094 THz
  • Resolution: 384 x 288 pixels (INO) 
  • Pitch: 35 microns 
  • Output: 16-bit raw data, Gigabit Ethernet
  • Weight: 420 g 
  • Volume: 65 mm x 59 mm x 105 mm 
  • Operating temperatures: –10°C to +50°C 
  • Power supply: 9-12 volts 
  • Frame rate: 48 Hz 
  • Software: Control and operation software available


  • Wide band response
  • High sensitivity
  • 16-bit raw data
  • High image quality
  • Refractive optics available


  • Package inspection
  • Manufacturing
  • Security screening and surveillance
  • Concealed weapons detection
  • Vision through camouflage
  • Quality control, process monitoring
  • Spectroscopy
  • Submillimeter astronomy
  • Dental and medical imaging
  • Food inspection


Two refractive objectives specially designed for the THz band are available. See the IRXCAM-384-THz datasheet for more information.

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