First Commercially Available InGaAs Sensor with a pitch of 7.5um

First Commercially Available InGaAs Sensor with a pitch of 7.5um

NIT introduces the First Commercially Available SWIR InGaAs Sensor @7.5um pitch

New Imaging Technologies (NIT) is pleased to announce its first commercially available SWIR InGaAs component with a pitch of 7.5µm, resulting from several years of R&D developing in-house an innovative hybridization process.

This process, which does not use the classical indium bumps technique, allows manufacturing hybrid sensors with very small pitches with high yield at a reduced cost.

The first available component at 7.5µm pitch is a line array with the following characteristics :

  • Pixel Number:  2048
  • Pitch: 7.5µm
  • Line speed: 60KHz @ full line
  • Well Fill: 25 Ke-
  • Readout Noise: <70e-
  • Dark Current: 8 fA @ 15°C

This component and associated technologies will be presented during the OPTRO 2020 symposium on Thursday, January 30th @ 9h30 :

« End-to-end production line for Short-Wavelength InfraRed camera development: use case of a 2048 pixel 7.5 µm pitch line scan sensor «

NIT launches High-performance air-cooled SWIR camera at Photonics West 2020

NIT launches High-performance air-cooled SWIR camera at Photonics West 2020

HiPe SenS SWIR camera

NIT is glad to present to you its newest High-Performance air-cooled SWIR camera featuring Low Dark current for Long exposure applications.

Key features

  • TEC & fan air-cooled
  • Long exposure time
  • High QE InGaAs from 0.9 to 1.7μm (SWIR)
  • VGA resolution, 640*512 effective pixels
  • Bad Pixels Replacement and Non-Uniformity Correction
  • USB3.0 interface

Applications

  • Medical & Life Science
  • Metrology (microscopy, hyperspectral)
  • Process control (industry, semiconductors, food, …)
  • Surveillance
  • Photon counting

If you plan to attend the SPIE – Photonics West 2020 trade show (February 4-6th) at San Francisco, California, United States, please pass by our booth #3269 to learn more about this High-Performance SWIR camera. 

    Contact us now to organize a quick meeting and obtain the invitation code.

    NIT will exhibit during the OPTRO 2020

    NIT will exhibit during the OPTRO 2020

    OPTRO 2020 (28-30 January 2020 – OECD Paris) – Booth #6

    New Imaging Technologies (NIT) will exhibit and demonstrate its line of SWIR InGaAs cameras dedicated to Defense and Security applications. Specific applications dedicated to Gated Imaging, Laser Detection and See Spot will be disclosed.

    Contact us now to organize a quick meeting and obtain the invitation code.

    In addition, NIT will present at Optro 2020 – PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME on Thursday, Jan 30th at 9h30 – room 1 titled “Advanced SWIR Sensors for Active Imaging and other Applications“, where the architecture of Gated Imaging Sensors will be presented.

    Invitation request

    POE option added to NIT WiDy SenS GigE

    POE option added to NIT WiDy SenS GigE

    A thank-you gift from NIT

    Thank you for your support and encouragement throughout the year. Before ending this successful year 2019, let us send you a wonderful gift.

    PoE is now available on all our WiDy Sens GigE cameras.

    Power Over Ethernet (PoE) and GigE are industrial standards allowing to use only one RJ45 connector to both control and power industrial vision cameras. PoE has been now fully implemented in our family of WiDy Sens GigE cameras, thus greatly simplifying cabling and connecting machine vision cameras to industrial networks, while keeping triggering options for system integration.
    Our GigE SWIR cameras deliver high sensitivity and high dynamic range (120dB) at a frame rate of up to 220 FPS in full VGA mode and are compatible with most third-party image players.

    What to see in 2020!

    HiPe New Year!!!!

    The new SWIR camera family is coming soon. We are eager to tell you more, so stay tuned!
    Keep in touch

    Best wishes and see you in 2020

    We will close on Wednesday, Dec 25th, 2019 and Wednesday, Jan 1st, 2020. (CET)

    NIT Releases a Split Version of its WiDy SenS Flagship Camera – WiDy SenS 640 OEM

    NIT Releases a Split Version of its WiDy SenS Flagship Camera – WiDy SenS 640 OEM

    To address the increasing demand for integrating SWIR cameras into custom systems, particularly small and light-weight gimbals, NIT has just released a split version of its flagship WiDy SenS camera – WiDy SenS 640 OEM.

    This camera version integrates the NIT  InGaAs sensor NSC1601 which is a 640x512pixel @ 15um, operating in the 900-1700nm range at a max full frame rate of 230 FPS, and higher sub-frame rates (up to 10KHz). Both electronics and sensors are linked by a flex cable that is available in different lengths to best suit your needs.

    This assembly allows integrators to separate processing electronics from the EO sensor for an easy and optimized mounting into the required part.

    All the great features of the WiDy SenS camera series, such as Fast gating capability, switchable Linear-Logarithmic mode and the low noise performances, are preserved.

    The cameras are available with USB 3.0 or CameraLink interface for ease of system integration.

    With the WiDy SenS 640 OEM, NIT offers you a more flexible imaging solution adapted to your requirements without impairing performance.

    Discover what you can’t see in high flux scenes!

    Discover what you can’t see in high flux scenes!

    Join us at FABTECH 2019 – booth#A3742 from November 11-14 to experience our cameras in action in the Welding & Additive Manufacturing industry:

    • Logarithmic CMOS camera – MC1003 (140dB) – acclaimed HDR visible camera for monitoring process.
    • HDR + TEC SWIR camera – WiDy SenS (120dB) – the perfect ally for Additive manufacturing analysis, control, and process optimization.

    No need to use any good-looking words to describe our technology, judge by yourself through our video demo here.