Two New Models of SWIR Megapixel Cameras

Jan 9, 2024 | News

NIT proudly introduces new additions to its megapixel SWIR camera lineup – SenS 1280:

Two new SWIR cameras:

  • Sens 1280 CxP is an HD resolution SWIR camera with a CoaXpress video output compatible with the GenIcam protocol. 
  • Sens 1280 SDI equipped with an SDI video output, compatible with most video platforms used in ground, naval, and aircraft applications

Key Features

These two models are equipped with NIT NSC1901 SWIR sensor, a 1280×1024 pixel focal plane array with a pitch of 10µm. This advanced InGaAs sensor exhibits the best Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) and sensitivity of the market. 

In addition, both models use NIT’s latest embedded video processing unit for onboard processing of images at full frame rate and minimal latency delay.

Applications

  • Sens 1280 CxP: Industrial machine vision, semiconductor inspection, solar cell inspection.
  • Sens 1280 SDI: Wide-area surveillance in gimbal and naval platforms.

Availability

OEM modules are also available with a low form factor for easy integration into different systems.

The SenS 1280 SDI is available for purchase as other interfaces, including USB 3.0 and CameraLink (both normal and smart versions).

The SenS 1280 CxP will be first presented at SPIE Photonics West 2024.

SenS 1280 CxP SWIR cameras

Don’t miss the SenS 1280 CxP showcase at SPIE Photonics West 2024.

30 January – 1 February 2024
San Francisco, California, USA

Save the day and join us at booth #5419

SenS 1280 CxP at SPIE Photonics West 2024 booth 5419

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