Infrared camera from First Light Imaging operates in extreme environmental conditions

The C-RED scientific infrared (IR) camera can acquire images 3507 times/s.

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The C-RED scientific infrared (IR) camera can acquire images 3507 times/s. Covering the IR wavelength from 0.8 to 2.5 μm, it uses an electron-initiated avalanche photodiode (e-APD) sensor, which allows noise-free signal multiplications. With a pulse-tube cooler, the camera is fully autonomous, does not need cryogenics instrumentation, and can operate in extreme environmental conditions.
First Light Imaging
Meyreuil, France

www.first-light.fr

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