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SWIR HDR CameraThe SWIR HDR Camera from Photonic Science and Engineering Ltd. features in-camera corrections and a high dynamic range (HDR) mode.

Providing 640 × 512 pixels with a 15-µm pitch InGaAs sensor and frame rates of up to 300 fps, the SWIR HDR camera can be used in a range of applications including semiconductor inspection, long-range surveillance for haze, light smoke, and mist penetration, hyperspectral imaging, photoluminescence, and laser beam profiling.

The SWIR HDR features four-point in-camera non-uniformity corrections, a low defective pixel count, and an HDR mode for extended dynamic range. With either passive cooling for short exposure times or active air and water cooling for exposure times up to 1 min., the SWIR HDR low dark current. Camera Link and Gigabit Ethernet Vision compliant interfaces enable easy integration into existing systems.

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2019

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