Joining the NIRvana SWIR line of cameras, the InGaAs NIRvanaHS model features a 640 x 512 focal plane with 20 µm pixel and is sensitive in the 0.9 to 1.7 µm range. Peak quantum efficiency (QE) is 87%. The camera also features cooling to -55° C via a vacuum sealed chamber
The NIRvanaHS runs at 250 fps at 640 x 512 and 1200 fps at 200 x 200, offers integrate-then-read (ITR) and integrate-while-read (IWR) modes for low noise and high duty cycle, includes GigE interface, and has C-mount and spectrometer mount.
The camera also features image correction and includes LightField software that provides interface and analytical functions. According to the manufacturer, the NIRvanaHS is appropriate for fluorescence microscopy, nanomaterials, in-vivo imaging, astronomy, agriculture, or semiconductor analysis.
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Contact: Teledyne Princeton Instruments
Headquarters: Trenton, NJ, USA
Product: NIRvana SWIR camera
Key Features: 640 x 512 focal plane, 20 µm pixel, sensitive in the 0.9 to 1.7 µm range, 87% QE, GigE interface.
What Teledyne Princeton Instruments says: View more information on the NIRvana SWIR camera.