New year news from FLIR

Getting 2019 off to a great start, FLIR has introduced four new high-speed F/2.5 microscope lenses to its science portfolio: The new 1x MWIR HDC Microscope Lens makes it possible to support higher speed microscopy application and is compatible with A6700, X6800, X6900 and the X8500 series in MWIR InSb…

Indium antimonide

Indium antimonide (InSb) is a crystalline compound made from the elements indium (In) and antimony (Sb). It is a narrow-gap semiconductor material from the III-V group used in infrared detectors, including thermal imaging cameras, FLIR systems, infrared homing missile guidance systems, and in infrared astronomy. The indium antimonide detectors are…

Mercury cadmium telluride

HgCdTe or mercury cadmium telluride (also cadmium mercury telluride, MCT or CMT) is an alloy of CdTe and HgTe and is sometimes claimed to be the third semiconductor of technological importance after silicon and gallium(III) arsenide. The amount of cadmium (Cd) in the alloy (the alloy composition) can be chosen…

Indium antimonide

Indium antimonide (InSb) is a crystalline compound made from the elements indium (In) and antimony (Sb). It is a narrow-gap semiconductor material from the III-V group used in infrared detectors, including thermal imaging cameras, FLIR systems, infrared homing missile guidance systems, and in infrared astronomy. The indium antimonide detectors are…

µm

Micrometre From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Μm) Jump to: navigation, search "Micron" redirects here. For other uses, see Micron (disambiguation). "Microscale" redirects here. For other uses, see Microscale (disambiguation). For the measuring instrument, see Micrometer. 1 micrometre = SI units 1.000×10−6 m 1.0000 μm US customary / Imperial…