Abstract

A time-resolved infrared (IR) imaging system combined with a multichannel IR microscope, which utilizes a 16 channel linear array (LA) detector, and step-scan Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) microscope was developed. The LA detector integrates a readout circuit on each detector element, so the detected signals can be read simultaneously. Thus, this system can perform high speed imaging using the step-scan method, similar to a single channel detector. To verify the capabilities of this system, a reflective sample was examined whose position was altered using a piezo actuator activated by an alternating voltage. In addition, the localization of relaxation dynamics for the liquid crystal (LC) molecules in an LC cell under oscillating electric field conditions was detected by this system.

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