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SWIR Sensors

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VERRIÈRES LE BUISSON, France, Feb. 10, 2023 — The NSC2001 Triple H SWIR sensor from New Imaging Technologies features high dynamic range operating in linear and logarithmic mode response with >120 dB.

Its high speed is capable of generating up to 1000 fps in full frame mode and even more with sub windowing. Highly sensitive with <50e- of noise, the sensor’s 15 × 15-µm pixel size provides high-speed operation without sacrificing sensitivity. A resolution of 320 × 256 pixels is a format that helps achieve a low price point. Applications include optical metrology, testing, additive manufacturing, welding, laser communication, and more.
Feb 2023

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