On June 1, Yantai Ruichuang Micro-nano Technology Co., Ltd. said that it has successfully developed the world’s first non-cold infrared thermal imaging detector chip with a pixel pitch of 8 microns 1920 x 1080. Complete the Engineering Verification Test phase. This achievement has greatly promoted China’s development in the field of high-end infrared thermal imaging, while also filling the gap in the world in this field.
It is understood that the chip has broken through a series of core technologies such as low-noise readout circuit, high-uniformity vanadium oxide film, sub-wavelength optical absorption structure, and compensation for self-heating effect of small pixels, which can achieve higher spatial resolution and improve motion. target capture ability.
Image taken by 8 micron 1920 x 1080 infrared thermal imaging core (the picture comes from the Internet)
Founded in 2009, Yantai Ruichuang Micro-nano focuses on the field of infrared imaging. Its core technologies cover four major areas: integrated circuit chips, sensitive thin-film technology, MEMS sensors and advanced vacuum packaging. It has been authorized and accepted a total of 662 intellectual property projects. On July 22, 2019, the company was successfully listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
Ruichuang Micro-nano can be regarded as a representative of the new generation of leading information technology enterprises in China. Since its establishment, it has achieved excellent results in the field of high-end infrared thermal imaging, and has contributed greatly to the development of infrared Chinese chips.
In 2015 and 2017, Ruichuang Micro Nano released the first 14-micron 1024 x 768 infrared detector chip and the first domestic 12-micron 1280 x 1024 detector chip, respectively. In 2019, it made a bigger breakthrough, directly Released the world’s most advanced 10-micron megapixel infrared detector chip. This technology makes Ruichuang Micro-Nano the second information technology company in the world to master 10-micron uncooled infrared technology.