New SWIR camera with Sony IMX990 image sensor announced

July 8, 2020
The ABA-013VIR model camera from AVAL DATA can capture RGB and short wave infrared images.

AVAL DATA has announced the development of the new ABA-013VIR camera, that features the Sony IMX990 image sensor and is sensitive in the visible light to short wave infrared (400 – 1700 nm) spectral range. The camera has a 58 x 58 x 90 mm footprint and features a global shutter focal plane array image sensors with 1280 x 1024 resolution, 5 µm pixel size, and an effective chip size of 6.4 x 5.12 mm.

The ABA-013VIR can capture 134.7 fps 8-bit and 71.5 fps 12-bit using its CameraLink interface, and 61.0 fps 8-bit and 30.5 fps 12-bit using its GigE 1000BASE-T interface. Single-stage thermoelectric cooling and C—mount are other features of the new camera.


To Learn More:

Contact: AVAL DATA
Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan
Product: ABA-013VIR SWIR camera
Key Features: 400 – 1700 nm sensitivity, 1280 x 1024, 5 µm pixel, GigE and CameraLink interfaces, up to 134.7 fps at 8-bit capture.

What AVAL DATA says: View more information on the ABA-013VIR SWIR camera.

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