T°Pixel® processes T°Imager images in submicron detail to calculate a highly accurate temperature map, even on small device features. Users can load a saved calibration image and activation image to perform detailed reflectivity and temperature change analysis. Automatically align calibration and activation images to increase CTR accuracy, employ pixel-by-pixel refinement tools to reduce uncertainty, focus on regions of interest with statistics-driven image processing, and extract detailed information through image tracing. After analyzing and filtering the data collected by T°Imager, T°Pixel allows the user to export the final results to a spreadsheet, where each cell represents each pixel in the image.

Now, with T°Pixel, you can take data analytics down to nanometer levels.

The intuitive workflow of T°Pixel is divided into four parts:

  • Browsing – The user can browse through measurement files for both activation and calibration. The software provides a summary of measurement information, including date and time, lens type, light wavelength, and pixel resolution, as well as voltage, current, and power for each activation channel.
  • AlignmentT°Pixel automatically aligns the acquired fields of activation and calibration in the x, y, and θ directions. In addition, intra-measurement alignment routines utilize measurement frame data to provide a pixel-perfect temperature field.
  • Masking – Statistics-driven masking removes pixels with weak signal-to-noise ratios. Available masking criteria include the standard deviation of the temperature delta field. Furthermore, user-defined regions of interest can be selected for individual examination and comparison.
  • Analysis – The final step displays region value statistics and enables spreadsheet exporting of per-pixel values.