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SWIR Line-Scan Array Camera

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SWIR Line-Scan Array CameraThe LiSaSWIR 2048M-STE from New Imaging Technologies is a SWIR line-scan array camera optimized for applications requiring short exposure times and high-accuracy line rates.

The LiSaSWIR delivers high SWIR image quality while maintaining size, cost, and integration advantages in any quality control system. With the SWIR spectrum, more invisible data is simply procured during real-time monitoring. The LiSaSWIR 2048M-STE features 2048*1 pixels, a pitch of 7.5µm, and a line speed of 60 KHz.

Vision Spectra
Summer 2021

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