DRS Unveils New Radiometric Camera Cores; Gregory Christison Comments

Gregory Christison
Gregory Christison

DRS Technologies has launched a new suite of radiometric camera cores designed to measure temperature and provide imagery.

The Tamarisk Precision Series line of products feature infrared sensor technology, calibration and new developer tools for integration with the systems of original equipment manufacturers, DRS said Tuesday.

DRS developed Tamarisk 320 with a 17-micron pitch and infrared sensor architecture to help users measure and identify temperature variances from a remote location.

Gregory Christison, senior director of DRS commercial infrared systems, said the camera cores retain the compatibility and quality standards that OEM customers require of the product.

The radiometric cores also feature user-defined color parameters and a real-time temperature readout.

DRS launched the product at the 2015 SPIE Photonics West exhibition.

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