InGaAs near-infrared camera enables in-line temperature inspection
The NIRCam-640 near-infrared camera from Vision Sensing is equipped with an InGaAs element FPA and has a 25μm pitch.
The NIRCam-640 near-infrared camera from Vision Sensing is equipped with an InGaAs element FPA and has a 25μm pitch. The camera has a 640 x 512 pixel count, a sensitivity wavelength range of 0.9 – 1.7 μm and a maximum frame rate of 100 frames per second. Software included with the NIRCam-640 enables offset and shading corrections. Aside from inline temperature inspection, Vision Sensing suggests that the NIRCam-640 is suitable for use in solar panel inspection and blood flow measurement. The NIRCam-640 will be on display at the Image Sensing Show 2013.
Image Sensing 2013 booth: 28
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Headquarters: Osaka, Japan
Key Features:640 x 512 pixel count, 25μm pitch, sensitivity wavelength range of 0.9 – 1.7 μm, image correction software, maximum frame rate of 100 frames/second.
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