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Development and optimization progress with RICOR cryocoolers for HOT IR detectors
Author(s): Amiram Katz; Zvi Bar Haim; Ilan Nachman; Sergey Riabzev; Eugene Krimnuz; Victor Segal; Avishai Filis; Dan Gover
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Paper Abstract

The world growth in research and development of High Operating Temperature (HOT) IR detectors impels development and optimization of suitable cryocoolers. The current developments at RICOR are focused on the SWAP-oriented design process, meaning small Size, low Weight and low Power consumption, providing proper cryocoolers for future hand held thermal imagers.

This paper shows the progress made during development of "HOT" cryocooler prototypes, and engineering preproduction series cryocoolers working at the FPA temperature range of 130 - 200K. Three different cryocooler models based on rotary & linear design concepts are presented below. The progress with development of electronic control modules providing minimized regulated power consumption is also shown.

Paper Details

Date Published: 26 May 2015
PDF: 15 pages
Proc. SPIE 9451, Infrared Technology and Applications XLI, 945120 (26 May 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2176016
Show Author Affiliations
Amiram Katz, RICOR-Cryogenic & Vacuum Systems (Israel)
Zvi Bar Haim, RICOR-Cryogenic & Vacuum Systems (Israel)
Ilan Nachman, RICOR-Cryogenic & Vacuum Systems (Israel)
Sergey Riabzev, RICOR-Cryogenic & Vacuum Systems (Israel)
Eugene Krimnuz, RICOR-Cryogenic & Vacuum Systems (Israel)
Victor Segal, RICOR-Cryogenic & Vacuum Systems (Israel)
Avishai Filis, RICOR-Cryogenic & Vacuum Systems (Israel)
Dan Gover, RICOR-Cryogenic & Vacuum Systems (Israel)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 9451:
Infrared Technology and Applications XLI
Bjørn F. Andresen; Gabor F. Fulop; Charles M. Hanson; Paul R. Norton, Editor(s)

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