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Get widy swir ingaas cameras

WiDy SWIR InGaAs Cameras

640 x 512 pixels @ 140 fps or 320 x 256 pixels @ 310 fps

Logarithmic sensor response with intrinsic wide dynamic range >140dB

Gated imaging / Active imaging capability (optional 200ns gating)

High QE InGaAs from 900nm to 1700nm

TECless technology

Power consumption <1.5W & Small form factor

WiDyVISION software package

Interface: CameraLink, USB 3.0, Analog Video Composite


NIT Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) products are based on proprietary Wide Dynamic

Range ROIC technologies and offer a Dynamic Range (DR) of more than 140dB in a

single image without any external control.

Get widy swir ingaas cameras

The internal Fixed Pattern Noise correction gives a high uniformity picture in all

light conditions with no need of Look-up table.

The NIT WDR InGaAs sensors use InGaAs photodiodes array operating from 900nm

up to 1700nm with a high QE and coupled to a patented Read Out Circuit (ROIC).

The WiDy camera is the ideal candidate for gated imaging/active imaging thanks to

an exposure time as low as 200ns with adjustable trigger delay.

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