SWIR Camera for R&D Spectroscopy/Semiconductor Failure Analysis: Cougar-640

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SWIR Camera for R&D Spectroscopy/Semiconductor Failure Analysis: Cougar 640

This LN2 cooled SWIR (shortwave infrared) camera utilizes a 640 x 512 InGaAs FPA. The detector features greater than 98% pixel operability, is developed in-house, is optimized for 77k operating, and uses Liquid Nitrogen (LN2) cooling. Additionally, the detector is based on a SFD (Source Follower per Detector) readout toplogy for ultra low noise levels.

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The Cougar-640 SWIR camera is ideal for R&D spectroscopy applications like high resolution imaging spectroscopy and raman spectroscopy. It’s also ideal for astronomy, low light level SWIR imaging, and failure analysis via photon emission or electro-luminescence.

Benefits & Features:

  • Lowest noise
  • High sensitivity
  • Low dark current
  • Windowing for enhanced focusing
  • Measuring extreme low light signals
  • Extremely long integration time with non-destructive readout

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