Electrophysics will showcasing its Silver 220S high-performance, short-wave infrared (IR) camera, designed for applications including spectroscopy, laser beam analysis, R&D and target signature analysis. Unlike short-wave IR (SWIR) imaging systems based on the indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) crystal, the Silver 220S features a 320x256 mercury cadmium telluride (MCT) focal plane array that provides a broader spectral response between 800 nm and 2.5 µm. The broader response, combined with a high quantum efficiency, or QE (>70%), is particularly important for applications that require high sensitivity at IR wavelengths out 2500 nm. Featuring variable “snapshot” integration from 3 µs to 10 ms, fast frame rates and dynamic focal plane array (FPA) windowing, the system's digital data is output via either a USB 2.0 or Camera Link digital video interface. A variety of interchangeable C-mount optics are available that enable users to configure the camera for specific target geometries.