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A plastic bolometer array using carbon nanotubes for low-cost infrared imaging devices
By: Tsuda, K.; Kamijo, K.; Ohashi, K.; Altintas, E.; Someya, H.; Tabuchi, T.; Kuribayashi, R.; Sekino, S.; Narita, K.; Komatsubara, S.; Imazato, M.;
2011 / IEEE / 978-1-4577-0509-0
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' A plastic bolometer array using carbon nanotubes for low-cost infrared imaging devices ' We have developed an infrared sensor for low-cost infrared imaging devices based on bolometers on a plastic substrate. The bolometer includes a thermal isolator made of polymer, and a newly developed high-sensitive (TCR > 2 %/K) carbon nanotube thin film thermistor. This structure can be fabricated with print processes, and additionally, enables us to avoid the conventional high-cost vacuum packaging process. The infrared irradiation test showed that the responsivity of 340 V/W was obtained.
Thin Film Thermistor
Low-cost Infrared Imaging Devices
Plastic Bolometer Array
Infrared Irradiation Test