High-resolution NIR camera is based on InGaAs sensor

VDS Vosskühler has released the NIR-600 camera, which extends the company's near-infrared delivery program with a high-resolution camera with 640 x 512-pixel resolution. The NIR-600 is based on an InGaAs sensor optimized for wavelengths between 0.9 and 1.7 m. At 640 x 512 pixels the camera delivers up to 30 images/s, digitalized and processed with 14 bit.

VDS Vosskühler has released the NIR-600 camera, which extends the company's near-infrared delivery program with a high-resolution camera with 640 x 512-pixel resolution. The NIR-600 is based on an InGaAs sensor optimized for wavelengths between 0.9 and 1.7 m. At 640 x 512 pixels the camera delivers up to 30 images/s, digitalized and processed with 14 bit. Camera Link or Gigabit Ethernet are available as data output. The camera is actively cooled and temperature stabilized and therefore achieves a high image quality and longtime stability. The camera will be introduced at Laser, World of Photonics, Hall B2, Booth 104.
VDS Vosskühler
Osnabrück, Germany
www.vdsvossk.de

Posted by C. Settino, www.laserfocusworld.com


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PRESS RELEASE

High-resolution NIR camera with InGaAs sensor

With the NIR-600 camera VDS Vosskhler extends its Near-Infrared delivery program by a high resolution camera version with 640 x 512 pixels.

The NIR-600 is based on an InGaAs sensor, being optimized for wave lengths within 0.9 - 1.7 m. At 640 x 512 pixels the camera delivers up to 30 images/sec., digitalized and processed with 14 bit. CameraLink or Gigabit Ethernet are available as data output.

The NIR-600 camera is actively cooled and temperature stabilized and therefore achieves a high image quality and long time stability.

Please visit us at:
Laser World of Photonics 2009, Hall B2, Booth 104 Visit us at: www.vdsvossk.de
or email us: vds@vdsvossk.de

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