The SenS 1280V-ST HD SWIR camera is ready for sale

May 17, 2021 | News

NIT expands its SWIR camera portfolio with the latest SenS 1280S-VT model which integrates NIT 1280x1024pixel @ 10um sensor. The camera operates with a USB3 output and is bundled with GUI – NITVISION software and SDK for major operating systems.

Sens1280V-ST exhibits outstanding world-class performances such as :

  • Readout noise of typ. 27e-
  • QE > 85%
  • Frame rate > 60Hz at full frame
  • Programmable Regions of Interest
  • 14bits Digital output

Applications include laser beam analysis, silicon, and solar wafer inspection, process control, medical, food analysis, microscopy, etc.

Sens1280V-ST is the first of the long list of HD cameras to be released in 2021, the next available one will be a Camlink version due in July.

Together with the high-performance air-cooled camera series – HiPe SenS, released last year, the SenS series propose more resolution options to clients in Linear response: VGA (640x512px) and SXGA (1280x1024px).

SenS 1280V-ST will be delivered with NITVISION. The new NITVISION software supports all the NIT cameras/ modules delivered today with USB3.0 and GigE interface. NITVISION manual guide and other related support documentation will be updated on the user’s library.

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