10 October 2003 SCC500: next-generation infrared imaging camera core products with highly flexible architecture for unique camera designs
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A new 4th generation MicroIR architecture is introduced as the latest in the highly successful Standard Camera Core (SCC) series by BAE SYSTEMS to offer an infrared imaging engine with greatly reduced size, weight, power, and cost. The advanced SCC500 architecture provides great flexibility in configuration to include multiple resolutions, an industry standard Real Time Operating System (RTOS) for customer specific software application plug-ins, and a highly modular construction for unique physical and interface options. These microbolometer based camera cores offer outstanding and reliable performance over an extended operating temperature range to meet the demanding requirements of real-world environments. A highly integrated lens and shutter is included in the new SCC500 product enabling easy, drop-in camera designs for quick time-to-market product introductions.
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Roy N. Rumbaugh, Roy N. Rumbaugh, Kevin Grealish, Kevin Grealish, Tom Kacir, Tom Kacir, Barry Arsenault, Barry Arsenault, Robert H. Murphy, Robert H. Murphy, Scott Miller, Scott Miller, } "SCC500: next-generation infrared imaging camera core products with highly flexible architecture for unique camera designs", Proc. SPIE 5074, Infrared Technology and Applications XXIX, (10 October 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.488193; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.488193
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