1. Mil-Hard 1.3 MP High Resolution InGaAs SWIR Camera: GA1280J

    Sensors Unlimited-Goodrich ISR Systems’ new GA1280J is a high sensitivity 1280 x 1024 pixel, 15µm pitch, Mil-Hard, shortwave infrared (SWIR) camera (0.7 to 1.7 um). The compact camera weighs <125g, with a total volume of <4.3 cubic inches, allowing it to be easily integrated into existing systems that have limited space, such as handheld or mobile devices for surveillance.

  2. High Speed, High Sensitivity SWIR Camera: OWL SW1.7 CL HS

    The OWL SW1.7 digital camera series, designed and manufactured by Raptor Photonics, offers the latest SWIR sensor technology enabling high sensitivity imaging. The OWL SW1.7 CL HS is equipped with a higher frame rate with windowing, 14 bit CameraLink output, minimum 500ns exposure and easy camera control for capturing fast moving objects and active imaging applications.

  3. SWIR Imaging Camera for Advanced Research: Xeva-1.7-320

    Xenics’ Xeva-1.7-320 digital camera combines a thermo-electrically cooled InGaAs detector head and the control and communication electronics in a compact housing. Single or three-stage Peltier cooling reduces the noise and dark current for enhanced low light-level imaging. The Xeva-1.7-320 combines standard (up to 1.7 µm) InGaAs detector arrays with various speed versions: 60 Hz, 100 Hz and 350 Hz. This allows you to choose the most suitable detector-camera configuration for applications including SWIR microscopy, hyperspectral imaging, laser beam profiling, low-light level imaging, semiconductor inspection, and medical applications.

  4. Mil-Hardened High Resolution SWIR Camera: 1280J

    Sensors Unlimited – A part of Collins Aerospace offers a 1.3 Megapixel, Mil-Hard 1280J indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) video camera offers the highest sensitivity available in a military-hardened NIR-SWIR high resolution camera. This ruggedized, solid-state SWIR camera is ideal for persistent surveillance and other military, aerospace, and marine applications in low-light and daylight situations.

  5. Compact, Large Format SWIR-InGaAs Camera: 640KTS

    Sensors Unlimited – A part of Collins Aerospace announces the compact, large-format indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) high-resolution shortwave infrared snapshot video camera, the 640KTS-1.7RT. The compact InGaAs snapshot 640 x 512 pixel video cameras bring high resolution InGaAs imaging performance to sorting, inspection, spectral imaging, and machine vision applications.

  6. SWIR Camera For UAVs

    Sensors Unlimited – A part of Collins Aerospace has introduced the smallest SWaP (size weight and power) short wave infrared camera for unmanned vehicles. The 640 x 512 pixel (25µm pitch) camera weighs 120g (less than four and a half ounces) with the 23mm f/1.15 lens, providing a 40-degree field of view. The <4.9 cubic inch total volume allows it to easily fit on board most unmanned aerial or ground vehicle systems (UAS or UGS). Currently the low-SWaP camera is installed in the nose cone of a Raven hand-launched unmanned aerial system.

  7. High Sensitivity Mil-Hardened InGaAs SWIR Camera: 640HSX

    Sensors Unlimited – A part of Collins Aerospace introduces the highest sensitivity, mil-hardened, indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) shortwave infrared (SWIR) uncooled Sensors Unlimited video camera for military imaging systems, covert surveillance and marine intelligence applications.

  8. High Sensitivity Shortwave IR Camera w/ Enhanced Dynamic Range: 640KTSX

    Sensors Unlimited – A part of Collins Aerospace introduces the 640KTSX-1.7RT InGaAs video camera, featuring high-sensitivity and wide dynamic range. It provides real-time daylight to low-light imaging in the Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) wavelength spectrum for persistent surveillance, laser detection, and penetration through fog, dust, and smoke.

  9. High Resolution, High Sensitivity InGaAs SWIR Area Camera: 640SDX

    The large format 640 x 512 pixel 640SDX-1.7RT InGaAs room temperature solid-state camera allows users to capture images in the Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) range of 0.9 to 1.7 ,m. Its high resolution and high sensitivity provide real-time night-glow-todaylight imaging for passive surveillance and use with lasers.

  10. SWIR Cameras For Photovoltaic Inspection

    Sensors Unlimited – A part of Collins Aerospace announces that high resolution, shortwave infrared (SWIR) area and linescan cameras are being used to improve the manufacturing yield of photovoltaic cells. SWIR technology is well suited to monitor the quality of solar thin films, concentrated PV, and crystalline cells, to maximize efficiency of the solar cell manufacturing process through final assembly of the completed modules.