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Electronic Imaging & Signal Processing

Digital line scan near-infrared camera

Sensors Unlimited, Inc., part of Goodrich Corporation, global suppliers of shortwave infrared (SWIR) imaging systems based on indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) technology, announces a higher line rate for the high resolution SU-LDH Digital Line Scan Near-Infrared Camera. The revolutionary, near infrared (NIR) InGaAs camera increases line rates for 1024 pixels to greater than 46,000 lines per second, making it ideal for FD-OCT (Fourier domain optical coherence tomography). For high-data-rate industrial process control and machine vision, the new SU-LDH provides wavelength response from 0.8 to 1.7 microns.

The SU-LDH camera features high sensitivity, room-temperature-stabilized operation and integrate-while-read capability for faster readout speeds with minimal dead time. The next-generation high speed imager is also used for hot glass and metals processing, agricultural inspection, wood inspection, remote ground sensing, materials classification and sorting, and high-speed spectroscopy.

Sensor Unlimited employees will present two papers on the new high-speed camera and linear arrays at SPIE's BiOS-Photonics West Conference 2008, and Doug Malchow, Manager, Commercial Business Development, will be presenting a product demonstration on the new SU-LDH camera at Photonics West on Wednesday, January 23, at 11:30 AM in Hall 3, Demo Area II. For more information, please visit both Sensors Unlimited Exhibitor Booths at Booth #8336 at BiOS and at Booth #1344 at Photonics West.