JOURNAL BROWSE
Search
Advanced SearchSearch Tips
Applying tilt mechanism for high-resolution image acquisition
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
 Title & Authors
Applying tilt mechanism for high-resolution image acquisition
Song, Chun-Ho;
  PDF(new window)
 Abstract
In this paper, to compensate the degraded performance in high-resolution infrared sensor due to assembling error, the influence of each component was evaluated through the sensitivity analysis of lens assembly, axis mirror, and detector and also suggested detector tilt mechanism for compensation. 3 detector tilt mechanisms were investigated. The first one is 'Shim plate' method which is applying shim on installing plane. The second one is 'Tilting screw' method that is using tilt screw for adjusting detection plane. The last one is 'Micrometer head' method that is installing micrometer on detection plane and acquiring quantitative data. Based on the investigation result, 'Tilting screw' method was applied due to ease of user control, small volume, and real-time controllability, thereby we could acquire high-resolution infrared images. The research result shows that the tilting mechanism is necessary technology for the implementation of high-resolution infrared imaging system.
 Keywords
Thermal Image system;Tilt mechanism;sensitivity analysis;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
 References
1.
J.M. Lloyd, "Thermal Imaging Systems", PLENUM, pp. 212-324, 1982

2.
Max J.Riedl, "Optical Design Fundamentals for Infrared Systems" SPIE, pp. 19-35, 1995

3.
Robert E. Fischer, Biljana Tadic-Galeb ,"OPTICAL SYSTEM DESIGN", McGraw-Hill, pp. 129-155, 2008

4.
Robert E. Fischer, Biljana Tadic-Galeb,"OPTICAL SYSTEM DESIGN", McGraw-Hill, pp. 347-476, 2008

5.
C. J. Alicandro, R. W. DeMarco, "1024 x 768 XGA uncooled camera core achieves new levels of performance in a small package", Proc. SPIE. Infrared Technology and Applications XXXVII, Vol. 8012, May 20, 2011

6.
H. S. Kim, C.W. Kim, H. K. Kim, "Sensitivity Analysis and its Applications for Thermal Imaging Camera with Dual Magnification", OSK, pp. 104-105, Feb, 2003

7.
Max J.Riedl, "Optical Design Fundamentals for Infrared Systems", SPIE, pp. 37-82, 1995

8.
Warren J. Smith, "Modern Optical Engineering", Mc Graw Hill, pp. 21-89, 2000

9.
Warren J. Smith, "Modern Optical Engineering", Mc Graw Hill, pp. 11-122, 2000

10.
Katie Schwertz, James H. Burge, "Field Guide to Optomechanical Design and Analysis", SPIE, pp. 32-50, 2012