Cooled ¼ VGA High Speed InGaAs SWIR Camera

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OWL SW1.7HS SWIR 카메라는 최신의 SENSOR 기술을 이용하여 낮과 밤의 보안 시스템에 적합한 제품 입니다.
최첨단 고감도 InGaAs FPA 센서를 특징으로하는 OWL SW1.7HS는 픽셀 피치가 30µm x 30µm 인 320 x 256의 픽셀 해상도 입니다.
OWL SW1.7HS 시리즈는 0.9 ~ 1.7µm 범위의 고 감도 SENSOR 로 초고속 Application 에 적합하며  346Hz full-frame (ROI 사용시 더 빠름)의 속도를 제공하여 500ns ~ 500ms의 Exposure Time 조절이 가능합니다.

The OWL SW1.7HS camera features:

  • SWIR technology – Enables high sensitivity imaging from 0.9µm to 1.7µm
  • Optional Visible extention – Enables high sensitivity imaging from 0.4µm to 1.7µm
  • Frame rates of up to 346Hz full frame – for ultrafast applications
  • Easy control of camera parameters – Control of Exposure, Frame rate, Gain, Temperature, trigger, etc.
  • Ultra compact, Low power (< 5W) – Ideal for hand-held, mobile or airborne systems
  • Rugged, No fan – Enables integration into UAV, handheld or any Electro-Optic system
FPA Specification
Sensor Type InGaAs PIN-Photodiode
Active Pixel 320 x 256
Pixel Pitch 30µm x 30µm
Active Area 9.6mm x 7.68mm
Spectral response 0.9µm to 1.7µm
Noise (RMS) <225 electrons high gain
Quantum Efficiency >70% @ 1.5µm
Pixel Operability >99%
Camera Specification
Output Format 14 bit CameraLink
Exposure time 500ns to more than 500ms
Frame Rate Up to 346Hz full frame (Faster when using ROI)
Camera Setup / Control CameraLink
Trigger interface TTL trigger IN level
Image Correction 2 point NUC (offset & gain) + pixel correction
Optical Interface C mount (selection of SWIR lens available)
Power supply 12V DC ±10%
TE Cooling ON / OFF
Camera Power Consumption < 5W without TEC
Operating Case Temperature -20˚C to +55˚C
Storage Temperature -30˚C to +60˚C
Dimensions & Weight 62mm x 68mm x 50mm / 390g

Owl 320

OWL SW1.7HS Applications:

  • 860, 1064 & 1550nm laser line detection
  • Active Imaging
  • Airborne Payload
  • Hand Held
  • Vision enhancement
  • Imaging through fog
  • Range finding
  • Semiconductor Inspection
  • Solar Cell Inspection
  • Telecommunications
  • Thermography – Thermal imaging of hot objects (in a range of 150°C to 800°C)
  • Telecommunications
  • Astronomy