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HD SWIR Camera

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HD SWIR CameraThe SenS 1280V-ST HD SWIR camera from New Imaging Technologies features a 1280 × 1024-pixel sensor at 10 μm.

The camera operates with a USB 3.0 output. It is bundled with GUI – NITVISION software and a software development kit for major operating systems. The camera provides a typical readout noise of 27 e-, quantum efficiency of >85%, and a full frame rate of up to 100 Hz. Programmable regions of interest are possible.

Applications include laser beam analysis, silicon, and solar wafer inspection, process control, medicine, food analysis, and more.
Jun 2021

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