WiDy SenS 320 – NEW High-Speed Version

Mar 13, 2024 | News

We are thrilled to announce the new High-Speed SWIR camera version, a cutting-edge addition to our WiDy SenS 320 series. This new iteration boasts an impressive 10kHz (ROI) frame rate, alongside a minimum exposure time of 1µs, all seamlessly integrated into a USB 3.0 interface.

Designed with precision and performance in mind, the WiDy SenS 320 High-Speed Version maintains the exceptional features of its predecessors while elevating capabilities to new heights. Key highlights of this camera include:

  • qVGA Resolution: With a resolution of 320×256 pixels with a pixel pitch of 15µm, this camera delivers unparalleled clarity and detail in every frame.
  • Dual-Response Mode: Offering both Linear and logarithmic modes, users have the flexibility to adapt the camera’s response to meet diverse application requirements with ease.
  • High Dynamic Range: Experience a unique dynamic range of 120dB without any risk of saturation, ensuring accurate capture of both high and low-intensity scenes.
  • Exceptional Sensitivity: Boasting a sensitivity of 50e- and minimal noise levels, the WiDy SenS 320 High-Speed Version excels in delivering crisp, clear images even in challenging lighting conditions.
  • Compact and Compatible: With a 30mm cage compatibility, this camera effortlessly integrates into existing setups, providing a seamless user experience.
  • Low price point: the camera itself has been redesigned with cost-effective components without sacrificing the overall performance.
  • Main applications: Industrial process monitoring; Laser Beam Profiling & Tracking; Laser alignment; R&D purposes, etc…

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Contact NIT today for more information about this NEW WiDy SenS 320 version

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