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Scientific NIR (InGaAs) Camera: PIoNIR

Source: Princeton Instruments Inc.

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Princeton Instruments introduces PIoNIR: 640, the world's first scientific-grade, deep-cooled, high-resolution InGaAs camera. The 640x512 camera is ideal for low-light near infrared (<1.7um) imaging="" and="" spectroscopy="" applications="" such="" as="" nanotube="" fluorescence,="" photovoltaic="" inspection,="" emission="" microscopy,="" non-destructive="" testing="" and="" singlet="" oxygen="" detection.="" pionir="" is="" available="" with="" lightfield="" software="" featuring="" cutting-edge="" user="" interface.="" imaging="" and="" spectroscopy="" applications="" such="" as="" nanotube="" fluorescence,="" photovoltaic="" inspection,="" emission="" microscopy,="" non-destructive="" testing="" and="" singlet="" oxygen="" detection.="" pionir="" is="" available="" with="" lightfield="" software="" featuring="" cutting-edge="" user="">

Princeton Instruments is proud to introduce world's first deep cooled, scientific grade InGaAs focal plane array camera. For more information visit Princeton Instruments' PIoNIR webpage.

Scientific NIR (InGaAs) Camera PIoNIR: 640 (TE) Features

  • Imaging Array: 640 x 512 InGaAs
  • Pixel Size: 20 x 20 µm
  • Wavelength: 900 - 1700 nm
  • Peak QE: ~80%

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PIoNIR: 640 (TE) Datasheet

Near infrared wavelength (NIR) range is proving useful a wide variety of fundamental and applied research studies including:

  • Nanotube fluorescence
  • NIR astronomy
  • Photoemission microscopy
  • Quantum dot (QDot) research
  • Single oxygen detection
  • Photoluminescence
  • NIR transmission
  • Backside illumination

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