1. High-Resolution, Compact InGaAs SWIR Camera: Bobcat-640

    The Bobcat-640 is a high-resolution, compact, InGaAs SWIR camera ideal for waste sorting, semiconductor inspection, failure analysis, food inspection, and other specialized quality inspection and high temperature process control applications.

  2. High Sensitivity Cooled InGaAs Camera for Visible-SWIR spectrum (400nm to 2200nm)

    PSL is offering InGaAs cameras for the standard spectral range (900 to 1700nm) with extension in the visible range (400nm) as well as infrared region (2200nm). The cameras are available in ¼ VGA (320x256) and VGA (640x512) format adapted to high end needs of industrial and scientific end users with peak Quantum Efficiency as high as 80%. GigE interface allows image capturing with frame rate up to 60fps for ¼ VGA and 22fps for VGA resolution. A multi tap version will be delivering up to 300fps and 90fps respectively for ultra-fast imaging applications.

  3. Rugged, High Sensitivity Digital VIS-SWIR Camera: OWL SW1.7CL 640

    Raptor Photonics, a global leader in the design and manufacture of high performance digital cameras has launched a new member to its family of SWIR and Visible SWIR cameras. The OWL SW1.7 CL-640 is a rugged, high sensitivity digital VIS-SWIR camera that uses a 640 x 512 InGaAs sensor from SCD. Raptor's VIS-SWIR technology enables high sensitivity from 0.4mm to 1.7mm and 15mm x 15mm pixel pitch ensures the highest resolution. A rugged housing with no fan enables integration into UAV, handheld or any Electro-Optic system

  4. Rugged, High Speed, High Sensitivity VIS-SWIR Camera: OWL SW1.7HS

    This SWIR Camera features an optional visible extension, enabling high sensitivity imaging from 0.9µm to 1.7µm (SWIR) and 0.4µm to 1.7µm (Visible). Additional features include frame rates of up to 364Hz, easy control of camera parameters, <5W power, and a compact size.

  5. Mil-Rugged-High Resolution Snapshot SWIR Camera: 1280JS

    Sensors Unlimited - UTC Aerospace Systems introduces its compact next generation J-Series SWIR digital video camera. It features a 1.3MP high-resolution, high-sensitivity InGaAs imager with a new snapshot mode capability. The 1280JS camera is lightweight (less than 120 grams or 4 ounces without lens) and compact (less than 4.5 cubic inches or 74 cubic centimeters), allowing for easy integration into aerial, mobile and hand-held imaging systems. It provides real-time daylight to low-light imaging (including partial moonlight) in the SWIR with high sensitivity in the 0.9 to 1.7 µm spectrum for persistent surveillance, laser detection, and penetration through fog, dust, and smoke. Optional NIR/SWIR technology is available to extend the sensitivity of Sensors Unlimited cameras down to 0.7 μm, offering the advantage of both Near Infrared (NIR) and SWIR wavelength response.

  6. High Sensitivity, Shortwave Infrared (SWIR) Cameras

    Sensors Unlimited – A part of Collins Aerospace's full suite of high resolution, near-infrared (NIR) and shortwave infrared (SWIR) linescan and area cameras have been designed to meet the needs of a many different markets, offering superior image quality.

  7. Compact Cooled High Resolution SWIR OEM Module: XSW-640

    Xenics’ ultra-compact XSW-640 is a versatile easy-to-integrate SWIR OEM module that consumes ultra-low power. Typical OEM applications include infrared imaging for man–portable and unmanned (airborne and land-based) vehicle payloads, night vision, border security, Search & Rescue (SAR) and more. The XSW-640 OEM module detects short wave infrared radiation between 0.9 and 1.7 μm with a wide dynamic range and wide operating temperature. Thermo Electric (TE) cooling for reducing the dark current and noise levels and on-board image processing delivers best contrast and high image quality.

  8. High Speed, High Sensitivity SWIR Camera: OWL SW1.7 CL HS

    The OWL SW1.7 digital camera series, designed and manufactured by Raptor Photonics, offers the latest SWIR sensor technology enabling high sensitivity imaging. The OWL SW1.7 CL HS is equipped with a higher frame rate with windowing, 14 bit CameraLink output, minimum 500ns exposure and easy camera control for capturing fast moving objects and active imaging applications.

  9. SWIR Imaging Camera for Advanced Research: Xeva-1.7-320

    Xenics’ Xeva-1.7-320 digital camera combines a thermo-electrically cooled InGaAs detector head and the control and communication electronics in a compact housing. Single or three-stage Peltier cooling reduces the noise and dark current for enhanced low light-level imaging. The Xeva-1.7-320 combines standard (up to 1.7 µm) InGaAs detector arrays with various speed versions: 60 Hz, 100 Hz and 350 Hz. This allows you to choose the most suitable detector-camera configuration for applications including SWIR microscopy, hyperspectral imaging, laser beam profiling, low-light level imaging, semiconductor inspection, and medical applications.

  10. SWIR Camera For UAVs

    Sensors Unlimited – A part of Collins Aerospace has introduced the smallest SWaP (size weight and power) short wave infrared camera for unmanned vehicles. The 640 x 512 pixel (25µm pitch) camera weighs 120g (less than four and a half ounces) with the 23mm f/1.15 lens, providing a 40-degree field of view. The <4.9 cubic inch total volume allows it to easily fit on board most unmanned aerial or ground vehicle systems (UAS or UGS). Currently the low-SWaP camera is installed in the nose cone of a Raven hand-launched unmanned aerial system.