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Hamamatsu Corp. - Fast Quantum Cascade Detector

NIR camera

Sensors Unlimited Inc. - A Collins Aerospace CompanyRequest Info
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SensorsUnlimited.jpgSensors Unlimited Inc., part of Goodrich Corp., has announced that a higher line rate is available for its high-resolution SU-LDH digital line-scan NIR camera. The rate for 1024 pixels has been increased to >46,000 lines per second, which makes the InGaAs camera suitable for Fourier domain OCT. For high-data-rate industrial process control and machine vision, it provides wavelength response from 0.8 to 1.7 μm. Applications include agricultural inspection and high-speed spectroscopy for moisture or other molecular vibration bands in the 800- to 1700-μm range.

Mar 2008

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