NSC2001 is the NIT Triple H(*) SWIR sensor:
- High Dynamic Range operating in linear and logarithmic mode response, it exhibits more than 120 dB of dynamic range
- High Speed, capable of generating up to 1K frames per second in full frame mode, and much more with sub windowing
- High Sensitivity and low noise figure (< 50e-)
|Pixel size 15×15µm
|Optimum pixel size for high-speed operation without sacrificing sensitivity
|Resolution 320×256 pixels
|The ideal format for achieving a low price point
|Noise level <50e-
|Capture low-light-level events
|Low power consumption
|Linear and Logarithmic Response
|The high dynamic range available, ideal for laser and high photon flux application
|Frame rate 1KHz
|Allow capturing fast transient phenomena
NSC2001 fully benefits from NIT’s new manufacturing factory installed in our brand-new clean room, which includes our high-yield hybridization process. Our new facility allows us to cover the entire design and manufacturing cycle of these sensors in volume with a level of quality never achieved before.
Moreover, NSC2001 was designed with the objective of addressing new markets that could not invest in expensive and difficult-to-use SWIR cameras. The result is that our WiDy SenS 320 camera based on NSC2001 exhibits the lowest price point on the market even in unit quantity.
(*) Triple H is now a retired professional wrestler. He was widely regarded as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time
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