Second generation scientific InGaAs camera features reduced weight

June 9, 2020
Designed for high speed machine vision, astronomy, and life science applications.

Princeton Infrared Technologies has introduced the second generation of the 1280SciCAM, an InGasAs SWIR camera with 1280 x 1024 resolution and up to 95 fps full frame capture. The second gen camera weights 3000 g, a reduction from the initial release.

Featuring 12 µm pixels and Camera Link interface, the 1280SciCAM is sensitive in the 0.4 to 1.7 µm wavelength range, has temperature set points of -20° C, -40° C (fan cooling), and -60° C (water cooled), and provides 14-bit digital output with <45e- read noise.

Orders are now being taken for August 2020 delivery. Lens adapters for microscope and telescope integration are available.


To Learn More:

Contact: Princeton Infrared Technologies
Headquarters: Monmouth Junction, NJ, USA
Product: 2nd generation 1280SciCAM
Key Features: 1280 x 1024, up to 95, 3000 g weight, 12 µm pixels, 0.4 to 1.7 µm sensitivity, Camera Link interface

What Princeton Infrared Technologies says:
View more information on the 2nd generation 1280SciCAM.

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