HGH Infrared Systems presents new generation of Blackbodies with unequalled level of performance at
HGH Infrared Systems is exhibiting at SPIE Security + Defence in Berlin, to showcase a new generation of Blackbodies with unrivalled performance. Catherine Barrat, Head of Test & Measurement, will give an exclusive presentation to the attendees on September 13th.
In order to anticipate the market of IR sensors’ needs, and keeping in mind the importance of the human-machine interface in the maintenance and testing of electro-optics devices, HGH Infrared Systems recently developed an advanced generation of electronic controllers for blackbodies. With this new compact 2U electronic controller, the blackbody management is greatly facilitated thanks to the interchangeability between the blackbody's head and the controller; the time spent on MRTD procedure is reduced by half, providing the highest slew rate and the fastest stabilization time on the market; the transition between testing a MWIR sensor and a LWIR sensor is immediate. The new 2U electronic controller, compatible with both new and old generation of HGH’s blackbodies, drastically improves their performance making them the upmost solution to test and calibrate infrared systems.
"HGH Infrared Systems is ready for years to come for the upcoming generation of infrared sensors!’’ said Catherine Barrat, Head of the Test & Measurement Department at HGH Infrared Systems.
To mark the occasion, on September 13th, Catherine Barrat will give an exclusive presentation to the delegates on the “Influence of ambient temperature on the radiation of IR reference sources: effect on the calibration of IR sensors and method of compensation.”
The conference will also be an opportunity for visitors to learn more about the company’s IRCOL 600/6000, the largest collimator ever built to test very long focal length IR and visible cameras, including a DCN1000 blackbody and an ISV integrating sphere.