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FLIR-1006
`FLIR Systems, Inc. vs CANVS Corporation
`Page 1 of 8
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`max.
`
`lp/mm
`lp/mm
`1.02
`
`mm
`
`% % %
`
`2,0 %
`mm
`
`3:1
`
`typ.
`
`3,8
`
`36
`36
`
`92
`67
`33
`
`0,8
`
`0,5
`
`any
`
`max.
`
`min.
`
`34
`
`1:0
`
`70
`
`52
`
`100
`
`Ix
`
`—54 °C
`—54 0c
`
`XX1500 SERIES
`
`CHARACTERISTICS (continued)
`
`Signal—to-noise ratio
`Resolution
`
`centre
`
`edge, (:55 =14 mm
`
`Magnification, any position
`
`Distortion, ¢d = 1,44 mm; (bl) = any
`
`Modulation transfer factors, values normalized to
`zero spatial frequency and referred to the screen
`2,5 cycles/mm
`7,5 cycles/mm
`16 cycles/mm
`
`Veiling glare
`
`Image alignment
`Recovery time
`
`Brightness uniformity
`
`Mounting position
`
`RATINGS
`
`min.
`
`3,0
`
`32
`
`32
`
`0,94
`
`85
`65
`30
`
`Limiting values in accordance with the Absolute Maximum System IEC 134
`
`Supply voltage
`
`Photo cathode illuminance (see notes)
`
`Ambient temperature
`for storage
`
`for operation, 2 hours max.
`
`—.
`
`—>
`
`Axial forces between bearing surfaces
`
`Notes
`
`If the supply voltage falls below 2,0 V, the intensifier may not function, but will not be damaged. If
`the supply voltage is reversed up to 60 s, the intensifier will not function, but will not be damaged.
`
`Prolonged operations with illuminance exceeding 10 mix can reduce the life of the intensifier. This
`corresponds to a scene illuminance of deep twilight when the intensifier is incorporated in a typical
`sight. However, operation of 2000 hours can be expected with a photocathode illuminance of 1 mix.
`
`Connection diagram
`
`Each intensifier in this series is supplied with a connector (see next page). XX1500 can be supplied
`with a PTFE annulus around the edge of the cathode window.
`
`November 1988
`
`
`FLIR-1006 I Page 2 of 8
`
`FLIR-1006 / Page 2 of 8
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`

`

`Image intensifiers
`
`XX1500 SERIES
`
`
` IMAGE
`INTENSIFIER
`
`
`Connector block
`assembly
`
`0 I I
`
`Battery
`negative
`
`Battery
`posmve
`I
`(+2.6Vl
`L_____....._____._______l
`
`Fig. 1 Equipment wiring diagram.
`
`03593
`
`Dimmensions in mm
`
`F
`
`/
`
`A6 PCD
`
`5,5max
`
`Fl l"
`
`l‘\ 83°
`
`R 26,4 max
`R 20.3 min
`
`‘3
`
`
`brown
`
`02,3i0,1(2xl
`+03
`blue 9“ 0' (”‘50)
`yellow
`
`723511.22
`
`Fig. 2 Connector block assembly.
`blue:
`earth/battery negative
`brown: battery positive
`yellow:customer gain control; 10 k9 linear variable resistor to battery negative
`(R3 = 10 k5? yields min. gain, Rs = 0 yields max. gain).
`
`Pin 1
`
`Fig. 3 Connections at photocathode end of intensifier.
`
`——————fi llfllhlgififis I Page 3 of 8
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`FLIR-1006 / Page 3 of 8
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`

`

`XX1500 SERIES
`
`728610?
`
`
`
`i
`
`
`
`
`
`
`—I
`-I
`-I
`E'I
`III
`“I
`-I
`-I
`E'I
`
`IIIIIIEIII
`
`
`
`Fig. 4 Typical modulation transfer factor.
`
`MECHANICAL DATA, see Fig. 5.
`
`The mechanical axis is defined as the axis perpendicular to the pads plane ’A’, which passes through the
`centre of the cathode reference ring diameter ’3' M.M.C.
`
`The intensifier will fit into a cylinder of 53,00 diameter or greater, concentric with reference '3’ M .M.C.
`and sit on a plane perpendicular to the axis of that cylinder at room temperature.
`
`Linear expansion coefficient of reference diameter '8’ and the intensifier sleeve (dimension 56 i 1) is
`less than or equal to 100 x 10'6 /K.
`
`The onus is on the customer to ensure that the maximum mounting forces are not exceeded throughout
`the operational temperature range.
`
`WARNING
`
`immediately after operation, the screen will remain electrostatically charged for approximately 1 minute,
`during which time the intensifier should not be handled. Any attempt to discharge the intensifier by
`any means may result in irreparable damage.
`
`ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS
`
`Shock
`
`6 shocks, half~sinewave, in two directions, parallel and perdendicular to the intensifier axis,
`with peak acceleration 1400 m/sz, duration 9,0 ms.
`
`Vibration
`
`Sinewave, in two directions, parallel and perpendicular to the intensifier axis, with peak
`acceleration 25 m/sz, over frequency range 10 to 3500 Hz.
`
`November 1988
`
`FLIR-1006 I Page 4 of 8
`
`FLIR-1006 / Page 4 of 8
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`

`

`Image intensifiers
`
`XX1500 SERIES
`
`
`
`Outline drawing
`
`Dimensions in mm
`
`optical length
`<——54,6i0,5
`
`
`52ea_31 mfx max
`LI; ofs
`
`
`
`[.01. 25,2
`
`
`
`
`i0 .2
`lth"!
`+
`5-9 83*
`
`_H "m
`
`
`
`l
`
`«4.25:0;
`‘“
`
`whims
`
`1200+”
`\_/ _
`240°:3o'
`
`
`
`7285143.]
`
`<——56:1~ H
`
`«210,14‘—
`
`nautical
`(Mi
`4‘
`+0.1
`L‘ 0
`
`35:o,15 T‘—
`
`
`
`
`72851613
`
`Fig. 5 Outlines of types XX1500, XX1500HG, XX1500TV, XX1500TVMC.
`For XX1501 and XX1502 see also separate data sheet.
`
`I
`
`I August 1985
`
`FLIR-1006 I Page 5 of 8
`
`FLIR-1006 / Page 5 of 8
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`

`

`XX1500 SERIES
`
`.-O N
`
`7286103J
`
`
`
`
`
`screenluminance(ed/m2)
`
`_. o
`
`.5
`
`III--
`
`AMI--
`
`10—1
`
`
`
`
`10-2
`10*510-4
`
`10‘3
`
`10-210-
`
`10
`1
`photocathode illumination (Ix)
`
`1o2
`
`Fig. 6 Typical automatic brightness control characteristics.
`
`= Maximum gain at max. setting.
`2 Minimum gain at max. setting.
`ll
`Maximum gain at min. setting.
`= Minimum gain at min. setting.
`
`QOC'ID
`
`February 1983
`
`FLIR-1006 I Page 6 of 8
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`FLIR-1006 / Page 6 of 8
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`

`

`XX15OOHG
`
`IMAGE INTENSIFIER
`
`This intensifier conforms to the specification of the XXlEOO-series. For this reason only changes
`and/or additions, relevant to XX1500HG are given in this data sheet.
`
`The XX1500HG is a high gain version of the XX1500 and intended for photographic applications.
`
`QUICK REFERENCE DATA
`
`Input current
`
`Luminous gain, <15 = 10 mm, El z 50 pix
`gain control at maximum
`gain control at minimum
`
`max.
`
`min.
`max.
`
`30 mA
`
`65 000
`5 000
`
`7286103.?
`
`102
`
`10
`
`1
`
`gr
`
`E E3 §5
`
`E2C Ea
`
`10—1
`10-5
`
`
`
`
`10-4
`
`10-3
`
`10'2
`
`to"
`
`10
`1
`photocathode illumination (lx)
`
`102
`
`Fig.1 Typical automatic gain control characteristics.
`
`' funmeoadrnsga 7 of 8
`
`FLIR-1006 / Page 7 of 8
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`

`

`XX15OOTV
`
`SUPERSEDES DATA OF AUGUST 1985
`
`IMAGE INTENSIFIER
`
`This intensifier conforms to the specification of the XX1500—series. For this reason only changes
`and/or additions, relevant to XX1500TV are given in this data sheet
`
`The XX1500TV is a high gain version fitted with photocathode mask and intended for use as a
`preamplifier for lens-coupled low light television camera systems.
`
`QUICK REFERENCE DATA
`
`Input current
`
`max.
`
`30 mA
`
`
`
`Photocathode mask see Fig.1
`
`CHARACTERISTICS
`
`Measured at 22 1r 3 0C with recommended supply voltage
`
`Luminous gain, (,b = 10 mm, E-| 2: 20 mlx
`gain control at maximum
`gain control at minimum
`
`Mean screen luminance ¢ = 10 mm, Ei % 20 mlx
`
`‘—
`
`min.
`max.
`
`min.
`max.
`
`65 000
`5 000
`
`12 cd/m2
`20 chm2
`
`ACCESSORIES
`
`Fibre optic insulator and extender plates enabling the XX1500TV to be fibre-optically coupled to a
`fibre-optic faceplate TV camera tube are available.
`
`Dimensions in mm
`
`key way
`
`cathode f.o.
`
`cathode mask
`
`
`
`
`
`
`
`/////////
`/+’.79) I_ 11,10
`y“/1"
`
`\W‘:III
`
`
`
`
`+0.15
`Mask thickness 0.2_0
`
`Fig.1 Detail of photocathode end, showing mask.
`
`
`-’ 21,51 0.2 " 7255195
`
`—_————1
`
` Inwfdfiatlefiéggas of 8
`
`FLIR-1006 / Page 8 of 8
`
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