SWIR cameras feature extended sensitivity range

Feb. 15, 2021
Designed for machine vision, high-speed thermal imaging, scientific research, and medical imaging.

Acuros CQD Extended short wave infrared (eSWIR) cameras offer sensitivity from 350 to 2000 nm with pixel formats up to 1920 x 1080 at a pixel pitch of 15 µm. The cameras use CQD sensors, which are made via deposition of quantum dot semiconductor crystals directly onto the silicon wafer surface. Equipped with single-stage TECs for lower noise resolution and increased image stability, the cameras use a USB3 Vision or GigE interface. Available with C, F or M-42 lens mounts, the cameras range from 0.33 to 2.07 MPixels and frame rates from 60 to 380 fps, depending on model.

Other features include compatibility with a range of SWIR lenses, a software GUI for camera control, pixel non-uniformity correction and an SDK for user development. Applications include machine vision, scientific research, medical imaging, long range imaging through haze and dust, wafer inspection, high-speed thermal imaging and laser beam profiling.


To Learn More:

Contact: SWIR Vision Systems
Headquarters: Durham, NC, USA
Product: Acuros eSWIR camera
Key Features: 350 to 2000 nm sensitivity, 15 µm pixel, up to 1920 x 1080, CQD sensors, USB3 Vision or GigE interface.

What SWIR Vision Systems says:
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