Dual-band line scan SWIR camera features prism technology

April 8, 2021
The camera splits incoming light into two separate wavelengths for imaging on two image sensors.

The NDB100H dual-band line scan SWIR cameras utilize a prism system to split incoming light into the 950 – 1345 nm and 1400 – 1700 nm wavelength bands. Two InGaAs image sensors with 1024 px resolution and 12.5 µm pixel size capture the separate bands.

Two models are available. The NDB100H-CF/C5 model features Camera Link interface, 60/40 MHz output data rate. The NDB100H-GF/G5 model is equipped with GigE Vision interface and 1 Gbps output data rate. Both models include F-mount or M52 lens mount options, and 8-, 10-, or 12-bit data format.

Other features include settings for synchronization and exposure control, horizontal binning, setting of image scan direction, test pattern generation, and pixel correction.


To Learn More:

Contact: CMICRO Corp.
Headquarters: Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan
Product: NDB100H dual-band line scan camera
Key Features: Prism splits light into 950 – 1345 nm and 1400 – 1700 wavelength bands, two InGaAs sensors with 1024 px resolution and 12.5 µm pixel, Camera Link or GigE interface, F-mount or M52 mount.

What CMICRO says:
View more information on the NDB100H dual-band line scan camera.

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