High speed & Low price point SWIR camera
WiDy SenS 320
QVGA SWIR camera with dual-response mode HDR & High sensitivity, delivering up to 1kHz. The camera is available with USB3 and CamLink interface.
Ideal for R&D and industrial applications.
HDR & High sensitivity SWIR camera
WiDy SenS 640 with SDI output
The WiDy SenS 640H-STE provides straightforward digital video SDI output interfacing with the most current electronic video platforms.
Ideal for airborne fire fighting, search and rescue, and agricultural mapping.
HD resolution SWIR camera
Our latest SWIR InGaAs HD (1280×1024) format camera with state-of-the-art 10μm pixel pitch sensor. The SXGA 1280×1024 pixels deliver crisp images with low noise values and a high dynamic range.
Ideal for machine vision and surveillance applications.
SWIR Line-scan array camera
Line scan array camera with 2048 pixels for industrial inspection. The smallest pixel size on the market of 7.5μm delivers sharp images at a high frame rate.
Genicam and external triggering capabilities allow easy integration into inspection systems.
High-performance SWIR camera
HiPe SenS 640
High-performance SWIR camera with low noise, high sensitivity, and long exposure time with simple air cooling.
Best performance and lowest price of its class for scientific and medical applications.
New imaging technologies
A world-leading company in SWIR sensor & camera design and manufacturing
Short-wave Infrared (SWIR) cameras
Performances, Cost-efficiency, Robustness – No compromises
Need to stay in the visible spectrum?
HDR CMOS cameras
Our products have been designed to meet the requirements of the most demanding applications
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MICROSCOPY & LIFE SCIENCE
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