High resolution powered VGA-InGaAs NIR Camera
Equipped with an imaging module, manufactured combining photodiode arrays with high pixel separation technology (high resolution) and the integration of logarithmic readout and ultrafine gold bump, it is one of our most reliable near-infrared cameras.
- Dynamic range
- Having a logarithmic mode and linear mode, a dynamic range of 8 digits or more can be obtained. Hardly developing halations like the case in conventional charge amplifier type infrared cameras, it is also suited for infrared transmission images with greater contrasts.
- Due to its original pixel isolation structure, it brings high resolution while maintaining excellent isolation between pixels. And by not having a groove separation structure but a planar element one, characteristic deterioration hardly occurs.
- High speed
- USB3.0 provides a 16 bit, 60 frames/second interface for speedy transfer of large amounts of pixel data.
- Built-in Peltier cooling system
- According to the newly developed Peltier built-in type package, when cooling chip efficiently with low power, it keeps the element at low temperature and maintains high sensitivity without being influenced by environmental temperature.
- Image data accuracy
- Thanks to the DC amplification method, absolute level image data can be obtained, instead of displaying only the contrast and AC coupled type suited for the human eye like the average camera.
- Built-in image processing chip
- It can acquire and correct data on a pixel-by-pixel basis in real time, and high-speed advanced data processing such as absolute sensitivity correction is possible as well.
- Image data acquisition /
- We offer a Windows based viewer App.
Option: LabVIEW Application
- In compliance with USB3 Vision, which is becoming the norm for industrial cameras, it is possible to mix multiple cameras including a visible camera in the same hub as well.
- Auto Dynamic Range Display
- Strength Distribution Graph Display
- PNG, TIFF format image storage
- User configurable items (default setting)
- Photodiode bias voltage
- Gain (CMOS x 1 to 4 dB, ADC 0 to 6 dB)
- CMOS clock setting
||Peltier built-in CLCC 52
|Chip imaging size
||9.6 x 7.7 mm
||15 x 15 um
|Number of pixels
||640 x 513
||C mount (compatible lens 1/2 inch or more)
|Camera casing dimensions, weight
||49 W x 49 H x 95 L mm, 430 g (excluding the lens)
||Wavelength range 970 to 1650 nm
Quantum efficiency 90% @ 1300 nm, 84% @ 1500 nm
||16 bit grayscale
||10 ~ 60fps
||PID control Peltier built-in type
(Sensor temperature ~ 0 ˚C and room temperature 28 ˚C)
|Digital I / F
||USB 3.0 Vision
|Digital I / F
||Send one frame worth of image with TTL trigger pulse
||6 to 24 V variable
(24 V 0.26 A, 12 V 0.51 A, 6 V 1A, at 0 ˚C setting)
||OS windows 7 or later Intel Core i5 or equivalent or higher processor (Can also operate on USB 2)
The frame rate may be delayed by the PC.
Cooling characteristics with built-in Peltier
Secure 20 fw / pixel (10 nW / cm 2) sensitivity at chip temperature 0 ˚C
I / O characteristics
Secure 8-digit dynamic range by range change
Preset setting example
(1)Setting: Dark 250 ˚C soldering iron
(2)Setting: Medium 250 ˚C soldering iron and poster
(3)Setting: Bright incandescent lamp filament
Identification of water and oily components
Water absorption is emphasized around 1500 nm
(1) Inspection of defects and deterioration by infrared light emission pattern of solar cell
(2) Blood vessel image by infrared light transmission illumination (1050 nm)