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Sensing & Measurement

CCD and VIS-SWIR cameras

Raptor Photonics

Raptor Photonics will display the Eagle V deep-cooled CCD camera (pictured) and the Ninox VIS-SWIR InGaAs camera at SPIE Photonics West 2015, 7-12 February in San Francisco.

The Eagle V camera is equipped with a 4 MPixel CCD42-40 back illuminated image sensor from e2v that features a 13.5 µm x 13.5 µm pixel size. It utilizes PentaVac technology, which along with multistage TEC and liquid, allows cooling to temperatures lower than delta 110°C, delivering extremely low dark current (0.0001 e/p/s) for exposure times of up to several hours.

The Ninox-640 is a TEC and liquid cooled VIS-SWIR camera that features a 640 x 512 InGaAs sensor from SCD and a 15 µm pixel pitch. The camera, which can capture images from 0.4 µm to 1.7 µm, also has a 14-bit Camera Link output and runs from 10 to 120 Hz, enabling high-speed digital video with intelligent automatic gain control, for clear video in all light conditions.