1. Hyperspectral Imaging and Laser Beam Profiling: Xeva-2.35-320

    The Xeva-2.35-320 is the industry’s smallest TE4-cooled SWIR camera. It’s compatible with spectrometers and is an ideal solution for art inspection, hyperspectral imaging, R&D applications in the SWIR range, laser beam profiling (1.0 to 2.35µm), and high temperature thermography.

  2. 145 klps InGaAs Linescan Camera: 2048R

    The GL2048R SWIR InGaAs linescan camera’s high-resolution, stability, and reliability make it especially ideal for optical coherence tomography (OCT) applications studying blood flow or large tissue volumes at 1.04, 1.32, and 1.55µm. It features a 2048 x 1 pixel array with a 10µm pitch and high QE from 0.99µm to 1.65µm.

  3. InGaAs SWIR Camera: A6200sc

    FLIR’s longstanding expertise in traditional infrared imaging applications has them poised to enter the SWIR imaging market to allow their customers to detect phenomena in the 0.9 to 1.7µm range. SWIR imaging can be used to image through paint to see hidden details, image through silicon for wafer analysis applications, and much more. The A6200sc can also be used as a high-temperature thermal measurement tool for ovens or furnaces.

  4. Infrared Camera Software: Xeneth 2.6

    Xenics’ Xeneth 2.6 is the latest version of their software for use in conjunction with their line of infrared cameras independent of wavelength, interface, resolution and pixel size. There are several versions to choose from (Xeneth , Xeneth SDK, and LabVIEW SDK) with variations in capabilities. At its most basic version, it already provides live image viewing, the ability to save images, and the ability to manage camera settings.

  5. SWIR Camera with Broad Spectral Range: IRC912

    This shortwave-infrared camera has a spectral range of <900 nm to 2500 nm. It offers 1280 x 1024 pixel resolution through a closed-cycle Stirling cooled InSb sensor, and it has a 119 Hz full window frame rate. Its extended wavelength response makes it well suited for spectroscopy, laser detection/characterization, target signature applications, astronomy, and searching and tracking in the infrared range.

  6. In-Camera Processing Power

    Among the most important features of the newly developed Xenics´Rufus-640 SWIR camera is a set of embedded proprietary algorithms resulting in superior situational awareness despite fog, haze or high humidity and during bright daylight or moonless nights. Depending on the light conditions, the camera will determine the best image optimisation by using either automatic exposure time control or automatic gain mode with a fixed integration time.

  7. High Resolution InGaAs 30 Hz SWIR Camera: 1280JSX

    This InGaAs SWIR camera offers 1280 x 720 pixel resolution and is ideal for low-light level imaging, driver vision enhancement (DVE), covert surveillance, imaging through atmospheric obscurants, and multi-laser spotting and tracking. An OEM version is available for integration into UAS, handheld imaging systems, and robotic systems.

  8. InSb SWIR Camera with High Sensitivity: IRC906HS

    The IRC906HS InSb SWIR camera is well suited for spectroscopy, infrared searching and tracking, laser detection/characterization, target signature, and astronomy applications. It provides 640x512 pixel resolution, a frame rate of up to 475 Hz, and the unmatched sensitivity that an InSb detector provides.

  9. Non-ITAR, Low-Cost Micro-SWIR™ Cameras For Commercial And Military Applications: 640CSX Series

    Sensors Unlimited’s Non-ITAR, Low-Cost Micro-SWIR 640CSX Series of video cameras are ideal for commercial and military applications involving low-light-level imaging and imaging through atmospheric obscurants, such as fog, dust, and smoke.  Other applications include covert surveillance, multi-laser spotting and tracking, and tasks with low SWaP (size, weight, and power) and high-sensitivity requirements. Its compact size also makes it ideal for integration into UAS, handheld, and soldier-mounted systems.

  10. InGaAs SWIR Camera: Anacapa 640-25

    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.