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High-Resolution, Extended SWIR Camera for Beam Profiling

Supports extended SWIR wavelength response for beam profiling from the visible to 2050 nm using single imager

Published: Wednesday, February 9, 2022 - 12:57

(Princeton Infrared Technologies: Monmouth Junction, NJ) -- Princeton Infrared Technologies (PIRT), specialists in indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) imaging technology and affordable shortwave-infrared (SWIR) linescan cameras, visible-SWIR science cameras, and 1- and 2D imaging arrays, has introduced the 1280BPCam, an extended-SWIR response camera developed specifically for laser beam profiling.

The new InGaAs/GaAsSb (InGaAs/gallium arsenide antimonide) type-II super lattice (T2SL) detector features 1280 x 1024 pixels on a small 12-µm array pitch that delivers 90 frames per second (fps) at full resolution. The extended wavelength response of the T2SL material, plus the three-stage thermoelectric cooler (TEC), enable high sensitivity from 400 nm to 2050 nm, making it possible to image from the visible out to the SWIR spectrum with a single imager. The high-resolution imagers are specially fabricated on 100 mm substrates to enable low-cost production.

The 1280BPCam’s advanced focal plane array integrated in the camera generates full 14-bit pixel data at high resolution, which is reliably transferred by a medium camera link interface. Other notable features include snapshot exposure, selectable trigger modes, and user-selectable regions of interest. Integration times range from 50 µs to greater than 16 ms. With less than 275 e-read noise, high dynamic range of greater than 1000:1, plus greater than 20-percent quantum efficiency for 1.9 µm, the extended SWIR beam profiling detector camera is ideal for use in a variety of industrial, medical, and defense applications.

For more information on Princeton Infrared Technologies’ infrared imaging technology and affordable SWIR cameras, visit the company’s website or call 1–609–917–3380.

About Princeton Infrared Technologies

Specialists in InGaAs imaging technology, PIRT focuses on design and manufacture of both shortwave infrared cameras, and one- and two-dimensional imaging arrays. All products are created in the company’s fabless environment under strict testing and quality control guidelines to provide innovative and cost-effective detectors that image in the visible, near- and shortwave-infrared wavelengths. Application areas include spectroscopy for sorting materials, moisture detection, thermal imaging, night vision, and laser imaging for military, industrial, and commercial markets.

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