SWIR camera uses uncooled 1K InGaAs sensor

Feb. 9, 2021
The allPIXA SWIR camera identifies invisible product defects in the 950–1700 nm range.

The allPIXA SWIR camera identifies invisible product defects in the 9501700 nm range with 1024 × 1 resolution and 12.5 × 12.5 µm square pixels with up to 40 kHz data transfer of 12-bit images. Able to differentiate foods by moisture content in sorting applications, it uses an uncooled 1K InGaAs sensor in a rugged IP40 housing.


Konstanz, Germany



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