Grid-EYE® Infrared Array Sensor

Panasonic's Grid-EYE® is an 8x8, 64 pixel Infrared Array Sensor. The Grid-EYE Sensor offers digital output (I2C) for thermal presence, direction, and temperature values. A built-in lens includes a 60-degree viewing angle and features a compact SMD design using MEMS thermopile technology.

Applications for the Grid-EYE® Sensor include human detection, people counting, thermal mapping, digital signage, security, lighting control, kiosk/ATM, medical imaging, automatic doors, robotics, and much more.

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Grid-EYE® for Human Detection Applications

The Grid-EYE® Sensor can detect temperature distribution in a two-dimensional area without contact in retail stores, shopping malls, offices, and many other human detection applications. The Grid-EYE® Sensor works in tandem with software to identify the number and position of people based on their body temperature, outputting a thermal data image and recognizes where appropriate distancing or density is or isn't maintained. Learn more about how the Grid-EYE® Sensor is used in human detection applications in Panasonic's New Video!

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Thermopile Array White Paper

FREE Thermopile Array White Paper

This White Paper, Thermopile Arrays Open Up a New World of Automation Applications, includes:

  • IR Sensors Introduction
  • Pyroelectric vs. Thermopile Arrays
  • What is Grid-EYE?
  • Grid-EYE Features and Specifications

Visit the White Paper Pagoda for this Free White Paper and many others!

New "Flat Square Lens" PIR Motion Sensors

Flat Square Lens PIR Sensors Content Band

EXTREMELY LOW PROFILE FOR A FLUSH DESIGN LOOK

Panasonic's “Flat Square Lens” Type PIR Motion Sensors offer both a low profile and flat surface granting a flush design look with the surface of the build and are available within the EKMB and EKMC Series product line up. This new lens type creates various detection zones, an optical filter to block non-infrared light, and more!

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