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NIT introduces new GigE viewer software and SDK in Python.
NIT has designed a specific “Soft Trigger” mode for its flagship WiDy SenS VGA InGaAs SWIR GigE Vision camera
To fulfill the need for a fast and precise process monitoring, NIT has designed a specific “Soft Trigger” mode for its flagship WiDy SenS VGA InGaAs SWIR GigE Vision camera. This mode reduces the latency between the beginning of the exposure time and delivery to the host system of the produced image. Therefore, the inspection system increases the checking rate.
NIT introduces the First Commercially Available SWIR InGaAs Sensor @7.5um pitch
NIT is glad to present to you at Photonics West 2020 its newest High-Performance air-cooled SWIR camera featuring Low Dark current for Long exposure applications.
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....
PoE is now available on all our WiDy Sens GigE 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.
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...
Join us at FABTECH 2019 – booth#A3742 (Nov.11-14) to experience our cameras in action in the Welding & Additive Manufacturing industry
NIT’s presentation at EPIC Meeting on New Space