Delivering a 75% response between 1.3 µm and 1.55 µm; the NIRvana: 640LN camera from Princeton Instruments is a scientific-grade camera designed for near infrared and shortwave infrared (NIR/SWIR) applications such as semiconductor failure analysis, microscopy, SWIR astronomy, and biological deep-tissue imaging. The camera features a liquid nitrogen-cooled 640 x 512 InGaAs array with a 20 µm pixel size, along with a "cold shield" that limits the ambient thermal background. In addition, the camera features an electronic shutter with integration times from 100 μs to ~ 60 minutes, a GigE interface, and a fused silica window for high transmission in the SWIR range. Princeton Instruments’ NIRvana: 640LN is compatible with its LightField 64-bit application software, an optional package that provides complete control of camera features via a graphical user interface
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Product: NIRvana: 640LN scientific camera
Key Features: Liquid nitrogen-cooled 640 x 512 InGaAs array with a 20 µm pixel size, Cold Shield, GigE interface, SWIR/NIR sensitivity.
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