WHITE PAPERS AND APPLICATION NOTES
Xenics Introduces Unparalleled Shutter-less Uncooled LWIR Core
Xenics, Europe’s leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared sensors, cameras and customized imaging solutions, ranging from the short-wave (SWIR) to long-wave (LWIR) infrared spectrum, announced today that the Dione family will be expanding. The Dione 640 is a LWIR thermal imaging core optimized to meet today’s increased demand for smaller size, lower weight, and lower power consumption (SWaP).
Imaging Venus With A Scientific SWIR Camera
Raptor Photonics has published a new application note based on the work of a German researcher, Dr. Sebastian Voltmer, who has been looking at the inner planet Venus as a Ring next to the sun and how the crescent is getting bigger. He was able to capture the very faint radiation beyond 1000 nm of the surface of Venus thanks to the latest state of the art Ninox 640 II VIS-SWIR camera.
Raptor Photonics Launches The First SWIR Digital Night Vision Camera
Passive digital night vision is now possible with Raptor’s Owl 640 N. With ultra-low readout noise (<18e-) and dark current, the Owl 640 N is the first, state-of-the-art SWIR camera with digital night vision capability.
Raptor Publishes A New Application Note On The Use Of Swir Cameras For Driver Vision Enhancement
Raptor Photonics has published a new application note on Driver Vision Enhancement (DVE) highlighting how Raptor SWIR / InGaAs cameras provide a better alternative to passive thermal imaging systems. It shows how SWIR cameras can see through smoke, dust, and fog.
Xenics Participates In LynkEUs
Xenics, Europe’s leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared sensors, cameras and customized imaging solutions from the short-wave infrared (SWIR) to the long-wave infrared (LWIR) realm, announced today its participation in LynkEUs, a EDIDP multimillion Euro funded program.
Xenics Introduces The Dione Core
The Dione 640 has been announced today as the new long wave infrared (LWIR) core from Xenics, Europe’s leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared sensors, cameras and customized imaging solutions from the shortwave infrared (SWIR) to the LWIR realm. Dione 640 is a LWIR thermal imaging core optimized to meet today’s increased demand for smaller size, lower weight and lower power (SWaP). It is a cutting edge LWIR core for the safety and security market as well as industrial applications.
Raptor Launches An HD-SDI Version Of The Owl 1280 VIS-SWIR Camera
Raptor Photonics has launched an OEM version of the Owl 1280 with Serial Digital Interface (SDI) connectivity for high sensitivity imaging from 600nm-1700nm. The camera produces uncompressed, mono, progressive scan, digital video output to HD-SDI SMPTE-274M 1080p30 standard. SDI connectivity reduces system complexity, maximizes interface bandwidth, and expands the usable operational range.
SWIR CAMERA VIDEOS
Moisture And Chemical Detection, And How SWIR Can Help
On day two of SPIE’s 2016 DCS exhibition, Martin Ettenberg, CEO of Princeton Infrared Technologies, took some time out of the day to explain how SWIR technology is uniquely poised for use in moisture and chemical detection.
3 Considerations Before Purchasing A SWIR Imager
At SPIE’s DCS 2016 exhibition, Sensors Unlimited – A part of Collins Aerospace, Brendan Murphy, spent some time with Photonics Online to school us up on the three primary things one should consider before purchasing a SWIR imager — resolution, global availability, and cost.