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InGaAs SWIR Camera

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Sensors Unlimited – Goodrich ISR Systems has unveiled a large-format InGaAs short-wavelength infrared snapshot video camera, the SU640KTS. The compact, high-resolution imager has met all Conformite Europeene (CE) and US Federal Communications Commission standards for radiated and conducted emissions, for immunity from such emissions and for electrostatic discharge resistance. The camera operates from 0.9 to 1.7 μm at 30 fps. The solid-state, uncooled 640 x 512-pixel-array camera with 25-μm pitch also features built-in nonuniformity correction, automatic gain control and adjustable automatic contrast enhancement. It offers both EIA-170 analog video output and Camera Link compatibility for 12-bit digital imaging. Extensive camera commands and controls are available using the Camera Link interface or via a separate EIA232 interface.



Published: March 2011
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