SWIR Vision Systems Launches New Handheld Camera

Jan. 23, 2024
Mirrorless short-wavelength infrared camera designed for machine vision applications such as inspections.

SWIR Vision Systems has launched the Acuros GO, a new handheld short-wavelength infrared (SWIR) mirrorless camera designed for a variety of uses, including machine vision applications such as inspections. The camera has 6.25 MPixel, 3064 x 2040 resolution, 7 µm pixel pitch, and 30 fps frame rate. It is equipped with a snapshot global shutter and SWIR Vision Systems’ CQD quantum dot SWIR sensor, which helps enable imaging in difficult or degraded visual environments such as rain, snow, fog, smoke, haze and dust. The sensor’s active area is 21.4 x 14.3 mm, with a diagonal field of 25.7 mm. The camera’s spectral sensitivity is 400 – 1700 nm (SWIR option) or 400 – 2000 nm (eSWIR option). A manual 50 mm, f/2.4, SWIR corrected lens is recommended for this camera, and it can be deployed as C-mount or M-42 mount.

Designed for flexibility, portability, and  use in more rugged environments, the camera is 150 x 89 x 76 mm, weighs .9 kg, and is rated IP65 and meets the U.S. Military’s MIL-STD-810G standards for shock and vibration resistance. It has a single-stage thermoelectric cooler for sensor noise stabilization, and can operate in temperatures from -20°C to 45°C.


To Learn More:

Contact: SWIR Vision Systems

Headquarters: Research Triangle Park, NC, USA

Product: Acuros GO SWIR camera

Key Features: 6.25 MPixel resolution, 400 – 2000 nm spectral sensitivity, 30 fps frame rate

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

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