A New WiDy SenS Camera Compatible with most Video Platforms used in UAVs and PZTs

Aug 25, 2021 | News

NIT is pleased to introduce its latest member of the popular SWIR WiDy SenS family. The WiDy SenS 640H-STE was designed for UAV gimbal and PZT manufacturers who want to integrate a SWIR channel in their systems. 

The WiDy SenS 640H-STE provides straightforward interfacing with the most current electronic video platforms. WiDy SenS 640H-STE has a digital video SDI output directly compatible with processing units such as NVidia, Texas Instruments, ARM processors or Analog devices, and many others. This camera integrates the NSC1601 SWIR VGA sensor that offers a high dynamic range of more than 120dB and high sensitivity with low noise, making the camera ideal for airborne fire fighting, search and rescue, and agricultural mapping.  

The control and command of the camera can be programmed through our SDKs, available for Windows and Linux or more simply from our NITVision software suite.

In addition, WiDy SenS with SDI interface has a small form factor that facilitates its mechanical integration and also exhibits a very low power consumption of less than 5W that makes it ideal for battery-powered devices. 

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