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InGaAs SWIR Cameras

Photonics Spectra
May 2010
Sensors Unlimited - UTC Aerospace SystemsRequest Info
 
Sensors Unlimited Inc., part of Goodrich Corp., has introduced two InGaAs cameras that expand the dynamic range of short-wavelength infrared (SWIR) imagery. The SU320KTX model, with a 320 x 240-pixel format and a 40-μm pixel pitch, and the SU640KTSX, with a 640 x 512-pixel format and a 25-μm pixel pitch, both automatically compensate for variations in light levels up to five orders of magnitude. The RS170 analog and 12-bit Camera Link digital outputs provide plug-and-play video for image processing or transmission. The cameras can be integrated into mobile, hand-held or aerial surveillance systems and are suitable for military, medical and commercial applications.


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