A new SWIR sensor in NIT portfolio

Jan 31, 2024 | News

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.

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