Cost-optimized SWIR Camera

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VERRIERES LE BUISSON, France, Oct. 5, 2021 — Cost-optimized SWIR CameraThe WiDy SenS 320 low-price point SWIR camera from New Imaging Technologies is redesigned with cost-effective components to provide increased use while maintaining overall performance.

The updated InGaAs focal plane array is cost-optimized by leveraging a high-yield hybridization technique for volume production. The camera integrates the latest dual-mode NSC 2001 InGaAs focal plane array and QVGA resolution, delivering up to 1 K fps full-frame imaging with USB3 or CamLink video output. A high dynamic range of >120 dB and logarithmic response is also available and can be switched to the linear mode for a high-sensitivity SWIR camera.

Applications include industrial process monitoring, laser beam profiling and tracking, laser alignment, and R&D purposes.

Published: October 2021
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