Teledyne Nova Sensors is expert in rapid prototyping and manufacturing of IR cameras optimized for size, weight, and power along with rugged environments. Our cameras are in production for small and medium sized UAVs, ground vehicle gimbal mounted and handheld applications. Our price and lead time are very competitive but our customer service is beyond reproach. We also develop world class read out integrated circuits (ROICs) for medium and large format detectors in any wavelength.
Teledyne Nova Sensors
5212 Verdugo Way
Camarillo, CA 93012
Phone: (805) 693-9600
Contact: Jeffrey Anderson
IR Camera for Low Background Instrumentation: Micro-Cam™ Datasheet
Teledyne Nova Sensors’ Micro-CamTM is an infrared camera ideal for instrumentation with very low backgrounds.
InSb MWIR Camera: Cruz 1280-12 Datasheet
The Cruz MWIR 1280-12 is an InSb camera with 1280 x 1024 resolution for scientific and gimbal applications. It complies with most SWaP restrictions and features a 1-6µm spectral range.
Cruz MWIR™ 640-20 Datasheet
The Cruz MWIR 640-20 is a 20μ pixel pitch and 640x512 pixel format using InSb from Lockheed Martin - Santa Barbara Focal Plane detector and ROIC. This camera has NEΔT of 30 milikelvin and is ruggedized and tested to Mil-STD-810G and is qualified for gimbals and pan and tilt applications.
MWIR Camera For Tactical Applications: Mini-HMIR Hot MWIR 640 Datasheet
The Mini-HMIR Hot MWIR 640 camera’s small size (2” x 3” x 4”) and light weight (270 grams) make it ideal for tactical applications. It provides 640 x 512 pixel resolution and has a 3-5µm spectral range.
InGaAs SWIR Camera: Anacapa 640-25 Datasheet
The Anacapa SWIR 640-25 utilizes an InGaAs detector in a TEC package with a FLIR 0002 ROIC allowing for high speed windowing with .9 to 1.7μm spectral response. The unit without the lens weighs 167 grams and does all NUC, BPR, AGC, edge enhancement, auto detect and track inside the camera. The unit was designed optimizing SWaP C for hand held and gimbal applications.
InSb MWIR Camera: Cruz 640-15 Datasheet
The Cruz 640-15 is a 15μ pixel pitch and 640x512 pixel format using an InSb (from SCD USA) detector and FLIR 0002 ROIC. This camera has an NEΔT of 30 milikelvin. This camera is ruggedized and tested to Mil-STD-810G and is qualified for gimbals and pan and tilt applications.
MWIR InSb Camera: Cruz 1280 Datasheet
This MWIR Camera comes equipped with a 1280 x 1024 or 1280 x 720 InSb detector. This datasheet includes a detailed description of the camera, and information on its specifications and features. To learn more about how it can help with your applications involving machine vision, gas detection and filtering, manufacturing, and persistent surveillance, download the datasheet.
Scientific Infrared Cameras
This datasheet provides an overview of Teledyne Nova Sensors’ liquid nitrogen filled and closed cycle scientific infrared cameras.
Hot Cruz MWIR 1280 nBn Datasheet
Nova Sensors, new Hot Cruz MWIR 1280 nBn camera combines state-of-the-art detectors with custom electronics in rugged, battle-ready packaging, for optimal resolution. The FPA operates at 140K. The SBF 207 digital FPA, with its 1280 x 1024 format and 12 μm pixel pitch, maximizes resolution in a spectral range of 3 μm - 4.2 μm, and its nBn MWIR detector technology saves on cooling power, which leads to overall savings in size, weight and cost.
Hot Cruz 1280 nBn MWIR Camera System Datasheet
This datasheet contains information on the detector, electronics and data rate, performance specifications, and more for the Hot Cruz 1280 nBn MWIR Camera System. This camera provides superior image quality in high and low flux environments due to Nova's patented Automatic Camera Exposure (ACE).
Smallest, Lightest, Lowest Power MWIR: Mini Cruz 640-15 Datasheet
The Mini Cruz MWIR 640-15 is a 15μ pixel pitch and 640x512 pixel format using an InSb detector from SCD USA and FLIR 0403 ROIC. The operating temperature of the detector is 95K. This camera has NEΔT of 30 milikelvin and is ruggedized and tested to Mil-STD-810G and is qualified for gimbals and pan and tilt applications.
SWIR Cameras: Surveying The Market Ahead
The short-wavelength infrared (SWIR) camera market is in the early stage of development relative to cameras in other wavelengths within the electromagnetic spectrum, generating sales revenues of approximately $50 million annually, worldwide. There are a few companies making SWIR cameras in the market and even fewer making the detector material: indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs). By Antonios Vengel, VP of Business Development, Nova Sensors (A Teledyne Majority Owned Company)
Nova Sensors Cameras: From Surveillance To Microscopy
Tony Vengel, VP of business development for Nova Sensors, gives some background of his company and their cameras covering the full electromagnetic spectrum under their parent company, Teledyne Technologies.
Nova Sensors Discusses Imaging Solutions For Military Applications At SPIE DSS 2012
Tony Vengel, VP of business development at Nova Sensors, gives an overview of his company and its capabilities, and introduces us to: several cameras designed for integration into UAVs and manned aircraft, a custom two-board stack that was designed for an MWIR camera, a SWIR camera, and more.
Video: Nova Sensors Discusses Imaging Solutions For Military Applications At SPIE DSS
Tony Vengel, VP of business development at Nova Sensors, gives an overview of his company and its capabilities and introduces us to several cameras designed for integration into UAVs and manned aircraft, a custom two-board stack that was designed for a MWIR camera, a SWIR camera, and more.