SWIR Vision Systems Launches New Additions to Camera Line

Dec. 5, 2023
New 4.2 and 6.3 MPixel SWIR cameras designed for machine vision, inspection applications.

SWIR Vision Systems recently launched two new additions to its Acuros line of short-wave infrared (SWIR) imaging cameras, the Acuros 4 and Acuros 6. This announcement follows the recent launch of the new Acuros 6 SWIR image sensor. The cameras are 4.2 and 6.3 MPixel, respectively, and are equipped with global shutters.  With a 3072 x 2048 pixel resolution, 7 µm pixel pitch, 25.84 image diagonal, they are equipped with colloidal quantum dot (CQD) photodiode SWIR and eSWIR  detectors and have a spectral range of 400-1700 and 400-2000 nm, respectively. They offer two gain mode options, have a dynamic range of 68 db (low gain) and 63 db (high gain), and are capable of up to 100 fps with 12-bit output. They have a 36.6 x 33.3 x 7.125 mm footprint and operate in temperatures between -40° - 85°.  The cameras are especially designed for use in degraded visual environments for a variety of machine vision and inspection applications, such as silicon inspection.

To Learn More:

Contact: SWIR Vision Systems

Headquarters: Research Triangle Park, NC, USA

Product: Acuros 4 and 6 SWIR camera

Key Features: Global shutter, 3072 x 2048 resolution, 100 fps frame rate

What SWIR Vision Systems says: View more information on Acuros camera series

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