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SWIR Camera

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SWIR CameraThe miniature Phoenix QVGA SWIR Camera from Attollo Engineering is a quarter-VGA format camera with a 320 × 256 resolution, based on InGaAs SWIR technology for applications that require low size, weight, and power.

The device is designed for applications that require cost efficiency at the system level. It captures snapshot imagery utilizing a high-performance InGaAs detector with a 5-µm pixel pitch that enables a short focal-length optic. The global shutter features Integrate Then Read (ITR) capabilities and a minimum of 100-ns integration time with presets and user-defined options. The spectral response spans from 1.0 to 1.65 µm. Camera Link or USB-C outputs and a selection of lenses are available.

Applications include drone or other small gimbal application uses, as well as tasks in R&D, optical fiber alignment, precision agriculture, driver vision, microscopy, machine vision, and other imaging areas.

Vision Spectra
Spring 2022

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