Ultrafast IR camera is for R&D

The SILVER 450M is an affordable, IR camera based on the company's proprietary cryogenically cooled, staring focal-plane-array detectors. Incorporating the latest ROIC technology, the SILVER 450M's 320 x 240-pixel-format InSb detector (3--5 μm) delivers 400 Hz at full-frame rate while maintaining sensitivity of, typically, 15 mK.

Jan 17th, 2006

The SILVER 450M is an affordable, IR camera based on the company's proprietary cryogenically cooled, staring focal-plane-array detectors. Incorporating the latest ROIC technology, the SILVER 450M's 320 x 240-pixel-format InSb detector (3--5 μm) delivers 400 Hz at full-frame rate while maintaining sensitivity of, typically, 15 mK. The SILVER 450M is programmable from 1 to 400 Hz in full-frame mode, offers a subarray windowing mode with integration time adjustable in 1-μs increments, and has smart external triggering capability synchronizing image capture to even the most transient events. Using either CAMLINK or USB 2.0 interfaces, the SILVER 450M can transmit commands and transfer video images at 40 MHz and full 14-bit dynamic range.
Cedip Infrared Systems
Croissy Beaubourg, France
www.cedip-infrared.com

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