A new offer from NIT

A new offer from NIT

New Imaging Technologies (NIT) is widely recognized as a major supplier of SWIR cameras, based upon an innovative range of in-house designed SWIR focal plane array sensors. With a strong emphasis on innovation and quality, NIT is now pleased to announce the commercial availability of SWIR sensors alone to meet the market’s diverse needs for volume-qualified OEM customers.

NIT’s VGA sensor is available for release.

NSC 1601: A wide dynamic range response VGA 640×512 pixels at a 15µm pitch, exhibiting Linear and Logarithmic response and a full frame of 230fps.

Key Features of NSC 1601:

  • Resolution: 640×512 pixels
  • Dual-Mode Response: a unique dual-response mode with switchable logarithmic and linear options, providing flexibility and customization.
  • High Dynamics Range: up to 120dB
  • Sensitivity: High sensitivity of 15µm with Low noise of 50e- with Thermoelectric Cooling (TEC)
  • Frame Rate: Experience seamless imaging with a full frame rate of 230 fps, enabling swift and accurate capture of dynamic scenes.

Why choose NIT’s Sensors

  • French Innovation: Designed and manufactured in France, the NSC 1601 represents the pinnacle of technological excellence, backed by rigorous quality standards.
  • Advanced Production Facility: NIT’s state-of-the-art clean room facility is equipped for high-volume production, guaranteeing consistent and reliable performance.
  • Hybridization Expertise: Benefit from NIT’s advanced hybridization process, renowned for its reliability and superior performance even in demanding environments.

NSC1601 - NIT's VGA sensor

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NIT VGA sensor NSC1601
New High-Resolution, SWIR Sensor with High Performance

New High-Resolution, SWIR Sensor with High Performance

NIT (New Imaging Technologies) introduces its latest innovation in the realm of SWIR imaging technology: a high-resolution Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) InGaAs sensor designed for the most demanding challenges in the field.

Overview

The new SWIR sensor – NSC2101 boasts remarkable features, including a high-performance InGaAs sensor with an 8µm pixel pitch, delivering an impressive 2MPIX resolution at 1920x1080px. Its ultra-low noise of only 25e- ensures exceptional image clarity, even in challenging environments. Additionally, with a dynamic range of 64dB, the sensor captures a wide spectrum of light intensities with precision and accuracy.

  • 0.9µm to 1.7µm spectrum
  • 2MPix1920x1080px @8µm pixel pitch
  • 25e- readout noise
  • 64dB dynamic range

This cutting-edge sensor is designed and manufactured by NIT in France and promises unparalleled performance and reliability. Leveraging advanced technology and expertise, NIT has crafted a sensor that meets the rigorous standards of ISR applications, offering crucial insights and intelligence in various scenarios.

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Applications

The applications of this SWIR sensor are vast and diverse, catering to the needs of defense, security, and surveillance industries. The sensor’s capabilities are indispensable for enhancing situational awareness and decision-making, from monitoring border security to providing critical intelligence in tactical operations.

Typical applications:

  • Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR)
  • Semiconductor, wafer, solar panel inspection

Extension

Moreover, NIT’s commitment to innovation extends beyond the sensor itself. The camera version, integrating the NSC2101 sensor, will be released soon.

 

Full HD SWIR sensor

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New release SWIR products at SPIE DCS

New release SWIR products at SPIE DCS

Join us at booth #1232 – SWIR cameras for Defense & Commercial Sensing applications

Pierre POTET our CEO, François Coursaget and Regis TULAZA will be pleased to present our latest innovative cameras amongst which

and : 

  • Our latest mystery sensor –  high resolution, small pitch, ultra-low noise SWIR component. 

Visit our booth to learn more

SWIR imaging solutions at SPIE DCS

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WiDy SenS 320 – NEW High-Speed Version

WiDy SenS 320 – NEW High-Speed Version

We are thrilled to announce the new High-Speed SWIR camera version, a cutting-edge addition to our WiDy SenS 320 series. This new iteration boasts an impressive 10kHz (ROI) frame rate, alongside a minimum exposure time of 1µs, all seamlessly integrated into a USB 3.0 interface.

Designed with precision and performance in mind, the WiDy SenS 320 High-Speed Version maintains the exceptional features of its predecessors while elevating capabilities to new heights. Key highlights of this camera include:

  • qVGA Resolution: With a resolution of 320×256 pixels with a pixel pitch of 15µm, this camera delivers unparalleled clarity and detail in every frame.
  • Dual-Response Mode: Offering both Linear and logarithmic modes, users have the flexibility to adapt the camera’s response to meet diverse application requirements with ease.
  • High Dynamic Range: Experience a unique dynamic range of 120dB without any risk of saturation, ensuring accurate capture of both high and low-intensity scenes.
  • Exceptional Sensitivity: Boasting a sensitivity of 50e- and minimal noise levels, the WiDy SenS 320 High-Speed Version excels in delivering crisp, clear images even in challenging lighting conditions.
  • Compact and Compatible: With a 30mm cage compatibility, this camera effortlessly integrates into existing setups, providing a seamless user experience.
  • Low price point: the camera itself has been redesigned with cost-effective components without sacrificing the overall performance.
  • Main applications: Industrial process monitoring; Laser Beam Profiling & Tracking; Laser alignment; R&D purposes, etc…

High- speed SWIR imaging solutions

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A new SWIR sensor in NIT portfolio

A new SWIR sensor in NIT portfolio

NIT is pleased to announce the upcoming release of the NSC2201, which is a low-noise VGA sensor at 10µm pitch, optimized for volume productionNSC2201 leverages the latest developments made by NIT in low noise high-density ROIC design where the pixel design achieves the highest available compacity in a 10µm pitch without sacrificing signal linearity and noise performance.

Moreover, NSC2201 was designed to facilitate high-volume production by leveraging the recent investment made by NIT in its new manufacturing clean room, including NIT’s high-yield 3D stacking technology.

As a result, NSC2201 is certainly the most advanced price/performance SWIR VGA sensor in the industry.

SWIR imaging solutions

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NSC2201 sensor
Two New Models of SWIR Megapixel Cameras

Two New Models of SWIR Megapixel Cameras

NIT proudly introduces new additions to its megapixel SWIR camera lineup – SenS 1280:

Two new SWIR cameras:

  • Sens 1280 CxP is an HD resolution SWIR camera with a CoaXpress video output compatible with the GenIcam protocol. 
  • Sens 1280 SDI equipped with an SDI video output, compatible with most video platforms used in ground, naval, and aircraft applications

Key Features

These two models are equipped with NIT NSC1901 SWIR sensor, a 1280×1024 pixel focal plane array with a pitch of 10µm. This advanced InGaAs sensor exhibits the best Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) and sensitivity of the market. 

In addition, both models use NIT’s latest embedded video processing unit for onboard processing of images at full frame rate and minimal latency delay.

Applications

  • Sens 1280 CxP: Industrial machine vision, semiconductor inspection, solar cell inspection.
  • Sens 1280 SDI: Wide-area surveillance in gimbal and naval platforms.

Availability

OEM modules are also available with a low form factor for easy integration into different systems.

The SenS 1280 SDI is available for purchase as other interfaces, including USB 3.0 and CameraLink (both normal and smart versions).

The SenS 1280 CxP will be first presented at SPIE Photonics West 2024.

SenS 1280 CxP SWIR cameras

Don’t miss the SenS 1280 CxP showcase at SPIE Photonics West 2024.

30 January – 1 February 2024
San Francisco, California, USA

Save the day and join us at booth #5419

SenS 1280 CxP at SPIE Photonics West 2024 booth 5419