NSC2001 – NIT Triple H SWIR sensor

NSC2001 – NIT Triple H SWIR sensor

NSC2001 is the NIT Triple H(*) SWIR sensor:

  • High Dynamic Range operating in linear and logarithmic mode response, it exhibits more than 120 dB of dynamic range
  • High Speed, capable of generating up to 1K frames per second in full frame mode, and much more with sub windowing
  • High Sensitivity and low noise figure (< 50e-)

 

Features Benefits
Pixel size 15×15µm Optimum pixel size for high-speed operation without sacrificing sensitivity
Resolution 320×256 pixels The ideal format for achieving a low price point
Noise level <50e- Capture low-light-level events
TEC-less operation Low power consumption
Linear and Logarithmic Response The high dynamic range available, ideal for laser and high photon flux application
Frame rate 1KHz Allow capturing fast transient phenomena

 

NSC2001 fully benefits from NIT’s new manufacturing factory installed in our brand-new clean room, which includes our high-yield hybridization process. Our new facility allows us to cover the entire design and manufacturing cycle of these sensors in volume with a level of quality never achieved before.

Moreover, NSC2001 was designed with the objective of addressing new markets that could not invest in expensive and difficult-to-use SWIR cameras. The result is that our WiDy SenS 320 camera based on NSC2001 exhibits the lowest price point on the market even in unit quantity.

Typical applications for NSC2001 are optical metrology and testing, additive manufacturing, welding, & laser communication, etc.

(*) Triple H is now a retired professional wrestler. He was widely regarded as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time

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Happy Holidays from New Imaging Technologies

Happy Holidays from New Imaging Technologies

Happy Holidays!

Wishing you a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year.

As we say farewell to 2022, the NIT team would like to thank you for being a part of our community and contributing to our success this past year. We are thankful to our amazing clients and our valued partners for paving the way to historic growth in 2022.

We hope we helped you make 2022 your best one yet through our continued focus on innovating SWIR imaging solutions.

Have an amazing holiday.

See you in the New Year!

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Where we’re heading…

World-class SWIR products at Booth #4110

SPIE Photonics West 2023 (31 Jan – 2 Feb 2023), San Francisco, California, USA. We look forward to seeing you at booth #4110 to present our latest SWIR solutions.

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Schedule an appointment for a discussion at our booth during the trade show! We look forward to your visit!

A New Distributor For Our SWIR Cameras in USA East Coast

A New Distributor For Our SWIR Cameras in USA East Coast

NIT, together with its US distributor Pembroke Instruments, have experienced large growth over the last years. The demand for our SWIR cameras is expanding from our large US customer base in the vision industry and defense.

To support this expansion, NIT is pleased to announce a new distribution partnership for the US East Coast with Tech Imaging. Tech Imaging will offer all our SWIR cameras and will support our clients and OEMs within the East coast while Pembroke Instruments will concentrate on the West coast.

“Tech Imaging Services is excited to announce our strategic partnership with New Imaging Technologies (NIT), a leader in SWIR sensors and cameras. This partnership will help us to provide the most comprehensive portfolio of SWIR technologies, as well as offer our customers state-of-the-art solutions to their application’s requirements. “ Jason O’Connell – President, Tech Imaging Services Inc

“We are extremely pleased with this partnership with Tech Imaging as the SWIR market is expanding to large volume and we need to develop our technical and sale capacities to bring to our customer base. Moreover, our recent investment into a new clean room building and manufacturing equipment will allow us to produce more InGaAs sensors and lower the price point. Tech Imaging together with our historical partner Pembroke Instruments will for sure contribute to this expansion. “ Pierre Potet – CEO, New Imaging Technologies (NIT)

About Tech Imaging With over 35 years of applied experience, Tech Imaging Services combines its vast imagery knowledge with today’s most advanced technology to provide state-of-the-art high-speed cameras, hyperspectral cameras, and infrared camera products for a wide variety of problem-solving engineering tools.

About NIT NIT is a leading manufacturer of InGaAs based cameras for various applications ranging from industry, machine vision, medical and defense. NIT masters in house of the development and manufacturing of its InGaAs sensors and cameras.

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The Largest Portfolio of SWIR Sensors of the Imaging Industry

The Largest Portfolio of SWIR Sensors of the Imaging Industry

NIT is widely known for its large range of SWIR cameras designed for industrial, defense, and medical markets. Less known is that NIT designs and manufactures in-house all the InGaAs sensors embedded into our cameras. We master the design of silicon read-out circuits, InGaAs photodiode arrays, and assembly technologies such as 3D stacking.

Our recent investment into a new clean room facility and back-end process machines will bring our production capacity to several ten thousand sensors per year with the highest quality. ​

Such vertical integration allows us to offer a line of cameras with specific features, all adapted to our customer markets and applications. Our cameras and their performances are unique as they don’t use third-party sensors. The sensitivity, noise level, frame rate, pitches, dynamic range, and pixel numbers of our InGaAs sensors make our cameras the best in their class.

Stay tuned with us as we will shortly disclose how our cameras benefit from the features of our sensors.​

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October trade shows invitations

October trade shows invitations

Test our products up close, and get first-hand information about new arrivals.  Welcome to our October events!

4th – 6th, October

VISION 2022

Messe Stuttgart, Germany

SenS 1280 at Booth #10B24

Are you heading to Stuttgart for VISION 2022 from Oct 4th – 6th? We will be there showing our state-of-art SWIR portfolio for machine vision & industrial applications. Secure your free entry code now and visit our Booth #10B24!

Schedule an appointment for a discussion at our booth during the trade show! We look forward to your visit!

11th- 13th, October

The Vision Show

Boston, MA, USA

Join us at #532, we can’t wait to see you there!

 NIT will showcase the latest products, and provide opportunities to meet and discuss in person all ambitious and innovative projects with the team at North America’s leading trade show and conference for vision and imaging solutions – The VISION Show. 

If you want to meet a certain member of our team, shoot them an email and organize a time to catch up.

18th- 20th, October

Optatec

Frankfurt, Germany

Join us at booth B106 – Hall 8 – Optatec 2022

This is a great chance for you to meet our technical experts and sales representatives for a discussion about the various application possibilities of the NIT complete range of SWIR cameras and sensors.

Book your booth appointment now to save precious time on-site.

NIT is quickly ramping up with production of InGaAs stacked sensors

NIT is quickly ramping up with production of InGaAs stacked sensors

NIT controls and masters in-house all the design and manufacturing phases of its InGaAs focal plane arrays.

One of the critical steps is the 3D stacking of the photodiode array to the read-out circuit, for which NIT has developed a very innovative flip chip process insuring high yield and low cost of production.

The 3D stacking process is able to produce FPA’s from pitch of 7.5um to 15um, studies are underway to lower this limit.

Number of hybrid InGaAs sensors produced with the in house process developed by NIT