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  1. Non-ITAR, Low-Cost Micro-SWIR™ InGaAs Cameras: 640CSX For Military Applications Datasheet

    The Non-ITAR, Low-Cost Micro-SWIR 640CSX InGaAs cameras for military applications feature 640 x 512 pixel resolution, a 12.5 µm pitch, high sensitivity, and Automatic Gain Control (AGC). They also offer 30 or 60 frames per second (fps) full frame rate with 1.5 W power consumption. Exposure times are user configurable from 200 μs to 33 ms, and scan modes are continuous with user configurable trigger modes.

  2. Detecting Disguises At Border And Immigration Security Checkpoints Using Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) Cameras

    As the US continues to increase its security at border crossings, airports and other points of entry, biometrics will play an important role. Fingerprints and other direct contact means will become final identifiers of persons.

  3. 92 KHz InGaAs Linescan Camera: 1024-LDH2 Datasheet

    The 1024-LDH2 is a high-speed 1024-pixel linescan InGaAs camera that increases the A-line rate to 91,911 lines per second to enable spectral domain Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) to capture detailed 3-D volumes of the retina, nerve head and choroid layer in a blink of the eye. For 1.31 μm SD-OCT, diode array-based OCT systems offer superior phase stability for doppler or polarization-sensitive OCT.

  4. SWIR Pocket Scope + Multi Mode Tracker: SPS+MMT Datasheet

    The SPS+MMT, a SWIR Pocket Scope + Multi Mode Tracker, is designed to provide high resolution video with laser tracking and decoding of up to 3 independent sources. Available capabilities include simultaneous tracking and decoding, out of band SWIR imaging (0.7 to 1.7 µm), enhanced battle damage assessment, and reduced fratricide and collateral damage.

  5. SPS (SWIR Pocket Scope) Datasheet

    The compact SPS (SWIR Pocket Scope) field-ready viewer is designed to provide high resolution video within day time and nighttime operations. The SPS makes it easy to identify battlefield laser aim points, reducing both the time to engage targets and the risk of fratricide and collateral damage. This imaging system’s performance is not degraded with bright flashes. Its versatility makes it helmet and weapon mountable with an adjustable reticle, digital zoom, media recording, and compatibility with other Sensors Unlimited lenses.

  6. Compact InGaAs Line Scan Camera For Machine Vision: 1024LDM Datasheet

    Sensors Unlimited – A part of Collins Aerospace introduces their new LDM series of compact, InGaAs SWIR line scan camera for machine vision, sorting, & solar inspection. The 1024LDM line-scan camera features high resolution, 1024-pixel imaging in the shortwave infrared (SWIR). Its square pixels are ideal for inspection of polished silicon blocks, ingots, or wafers, hot glass bottles, and for use on continuous-process lines that apply transparent coatings which can be ‘seen’ in the SWIR spectral region.

  7. Using SWIR For Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) High Resolution Imaging In Tissue

    By using the 1.05 µm central wavelength, instrumentation companies are now developing systems to image deeper through the retina into the blood vessel layer (called the choroid) to diagnose eye diseases and monitor treatment.

  8. Imaging Through Atmospheric Obscurants

    The Salt Lake City Valley in Utah sometimes experiences trapped air pollution in the atmosphere that severely reduces ground visibility. This article demonstrates the difference between using visible light and SWIR cameras to provide greater detail in imaging, even in challenging conditions.

  9. Why SWIR And InGaAs Are Useful

    Sensing in the shortwave infrared (SWIR) range (wavelengths from 0.9 to 1.7 microns) has been made practical by the development of indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) sensors. This white paper covers the importance of using InGaAs technologies in SWIR applications.

  10. High Performance SWIR Optimized Lens Option: SOLO 50 Datasheet

    The SOLO 50 is a high performance focal length lens option from Sensors Unlimited for imaging applications in the 0.7 µm to 1.7 µm wavelength range. The SOLO 50 has a fixed aperture at F/1.4 to ensure high throughput while delivering a sharp image with low distortion in the most demanding applications. Ideal applications for this SWIR optimized lens include low-light level imaging, 24 hour surveillance, imaging lasers, UAVs, driver vision enhancement, human recognition, and machine vision.