Raptor Photonics releases new EMCCD camera
The Hawk 252 cooled EMCCD camera released by Raptor Photonics features a back-illuminated sensor that enables imaging at
The Hawk 252 cooled EMCCD camera released by Raptor Photonics features a back-illuminated sensor that enables imaging at <50 µlux, QE of <95% at 600 nm, GEN III image intensifier performance, and enhanced blue response from 180 nm for low light UV detection.
The camera features 1280 x 1024 resolution with an 8 µm pixel size, 55 dB dynamic range, spectral response from 180 to 1100 nm, and operating temperature range of -20° to 55° C.
The Hawk 252's cooling system is fanless, which according to the manufacturer makes the camera appropriate for airborne electro-optic payloads and discrete surveillance. The Hawk 252 uses a C-Mount lens mount with back focus capability.
To Learn More:
Contact: Raptor Photonics
Headquarters: Larne, Northern Ireland
Product: Hawk 252 HD EMCCD camera
Key Features: Imaging at <50 µlux, QE of <95% at 600 nm, enhanced blue response from 180 nm, 1280 x 1024 with 8 µm pixel
What Raptor Photonics says:
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