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MONTREAL, May 19, 2017 — IR CamerasThe ZephIR line of IR cameras from Photon Etc. Inc. encompasses InGaAs and HgCdTe super-sensitive detectors up to a wavelength of 1.7, 2.5 or 2.9 μm.

The high-grade cameras allow for new and considerable discoveries in multiple fields such as in the life sciences, recycling and green energy industries. The ZephIR cameras collect fast images with a reading frequency of 345 fps while also offering a very low dark current and signal-to-noise ratio. They are cooled at −80 °C using a system based on four Peltier thermoelectric modules.

The cameras are ideal for industrial applications, with their sensitivity and reading frequency being useful for the fundamental and preclinical biomedical research fields.
May 2017

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