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

Nov 19, 2019 | News

To address the increasing demand for integrating SWIR cameras into custom systems, particularly small and lightweight gimbals, NIT has just released a split version of its flagship WiDy SenS cameraWiDy 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 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 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 a more flexible imaging solution adapted to your requirements without impairing performance.

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