Tag Archives: Short-wavelength infrared (SWIR)

SWIR InGaAs Cameras from ARTRAY

All cameras feature: Wavelength: 400 – 1700 nm Pixel size: 5 x 5 µm Interface: USB Exposure time: 20.3 µs – 2 s Shutter: Global shutter A/D resolution: 12 bit Lens mount: C-Mount Features that vary for different models (compare specifications for the different models): SWIR sensor: SONY IMX990-AABA-C / IMX990-AABJ-C / IMX991-AABA-C / IMX991-AABJ-C … Continue reading

13-Aug-2023 ARTRAY, Blog, Cameras and Imaging

Which Detection Filters Are Used for IR Sensing Applications?

IR sensing technology harnesses the power of infrared radiation (which is invisible to the human eye) for various scientific and industrial applications. This technology leverages specially designed IR sensors and filters to detect energy levels and monitor changes in the surrounding environment. The utility of IR sensing spans thermal imaging, environmental monitoring, industrial process control, … Continue reading

06-Jun-2023 Blog, Iridian Spectral Technologies, Optics

Optical Filters for SWIR

Shortwave infrared (SWIR) is a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum often roughly defined as ranging from 1000 nm to 3000 nm. Improvements in light sources and detection equipment for this range have enabled the use of SWIR wavelengths in a number of remote sensing-based applications. As most items reflect or absorb SWIR wavelengths rather than … Continue reading

12-May-2023 Blog, Chroma Technology, Optics

Ion, Electron and Photon Detection plus Imaging Solutions

Enabling technological breakthroughs with innovative imaging and detection solutions, precise instrumentation is a key requirement to measuring and analyzing complex or unknown physical phenomena. Over the last century, many research projects have aimed at better understanding the infinitely small at imperceptible scale. Whether the application requires ion, electron or photon detection, Photonis has the right … Continue reading

10-Jan-2023 Blog, Detectors, Photonis

Multispectral Imaging in the SWIR with Optical Filters

Hyperspectral imaging is a powerful tool, enabling differentiation of multiple targets in highly dynamic environments. In some cases, it is the only solution. However, many machine vision applications can be addressed with multispectral techniques that are generally less expensive than more complex hyperspectral systems. On Wednesday, July 20, join Principle Product Engineer John Atkinson of … Continue reading

17-Jul-2022 Blog, Chroma Technology, Optics
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