Electronic Military & Defense Annual Resource

4th Edition

Electronic Military & Defense magazine was developed for engineers, program managers, project managers, and those involved in the design and development of electronic and electro-optic systems for military, defense, and aerospace applications.

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Teledyne Nova Camera Basics Teledyne Nova Sensors develops and manufactures infrared imagers for integration into higher level assemblies used for test and analysis. The cameras can either be closed cycle (cooler) or liquid nitrogen flled depending on the application and form/ft requirements within the instrument. Our designs enable our customer's ability to manipulate integration times, frame times and cold flters to meet the most precise testing requirements. A 1/3 liter LN2 pour-flled Dewar assembly maintains temperature for up to 20 hours unpowered and 9 hours powered; this makes our pour-flled cameras perfect for Scientifc Imaging, Process Analysis and Quality Assurance. A developer's kit is available for users who wish to create their own applications.

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