Targeted at Industry 4.0 imaging applications, the Tachyon 16K infrared camera from New Infrared Technologies will be showcased at LASER World of Photonics from June 26-29. The camera is based on new focal plane array of VPD PbSe sensitive in the 1-5 µm range, and the infrared detector is a 128 x 128 (16,384 pixels) array that achieves speeds of up to 2,000 fps in uncooled operation. Additionally, the VPD PbSe, developed and manufactured by NIT, is the first quantum infrared technology monolithically compatible with Si-CMOS circuitry. The Tachyon 16K infrared camera includes the NIT Software Suite, which is a software package with applications for data acquisition and visualization, and the data communication is made through a GigE interface compatible with the GenICam standard, and thus allowing the programming of custom solutions.
LASER World of Photonics 2017 booth number: Hall A2, Booth 152
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Contact:New Infrared Technologies
Headquarters: Madrid, Spain
Product: Tachyon 16K infrared camera
Key Features: 128 x 128 VPD PbSe infrared detector, sensitive in the 1-5 µm range, speeds of up to 2,000 fps in uncooled operation.
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