Thermal MEMS sensor offers wide field-of-view

September 03, 2019 //By Ally Winning
Omron has launched a 32 x 32 element version of the company’s D6T MEMS thermal sensors, featuring the widest field of view of any Omron thermal sensor.
Omron has launched a 32 x 32 element version of the company’s D6T MEMS thermal sensors, featuring the widest field of view of any Omron thermal sensor.

The Omron D6T-32L-01A has a 90.0° by 90.0° view that can monitor a whole rom from a single point. It can measure temperatures of 0-200ºC with no contact in ambient temperatures of -10-70ºC.

The D6T range of MEMS thermal sensors use an IR sensor that is able to measure the surface temperature of objects thorough a thermopile element that absorbs radiated energy from the target object. Omron’s MEMS thermopile is a custom sensor ASIC with a signal processing MPU and algorithm in a small package. The sensor signal is converted to a digital temperature output for a straightforward interface to a microcontroller. The D6T measures only 14 x 8 x 8.93 mm for the 32 x 32 element version.

More information

https://components.omron.eu

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