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High Resolution Visible SWIR CameraSony Sensor, Notice: we can use Sony, USA, Europe, Taiwan, or China sensor based on your requirements.

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security, Military, Other
Array Type: InGaAs, QWIP, Colloidal Quantum Dot (CQD), InSb, Vanadium Oxide (VOx) Microbolometer, Pyroelectric, Si, Ge, Microbolometer, Mercury Cadmium Telluride (MCT, HgCdTe), Amorphous Silicon, Not Specified, Other
Spectral Band: 5-30um
# Pixels (Height): 1280
# Pixels (Width): 1024
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ZH480-S Corona Detection Camera is a cutting-edge handheld bi-spectral UV and Visible light imaging device for corona discharge detection. Nice out-of-band rejection performance achieves all-weather detection in daytime. Ergonomic & Compact coaxial optical design with a sleek and user-friendly interface, ZH480-S is easy to ...

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Sensor Type: InGaAs Array
# Pixels (Width): 1920
# Pixels (Height): 1080
Pixel Size (Square): 8.5 um
Peak Quantum Efficiency: 60 %
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KAIWEETS KTI-K01 smart touch screen display thermal imaging camera, 256x192 resolution. There are 4 image modes and 6 color palettes to choose from, and the Wi-Fi cloud mode can perform image analysis in real time. Necessary for daily home construction. If you want to wholesale KAIWEETS KTI-K01thermal camera, please click to visit ...

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security, Military
Array Type: Microbolometer
Spectral Band: 7-14um
# Pixels (Height): 256
# Pixels (Width): 192
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The Princeton Infrared Technologies’ extended SWIR response T2SL BPCam SWIR camera for laser beam profiling supports extended SWIR wavelength response with TEC cooled operation. This InGaAs/GaAsSb type-II super lattice (T2SL) detector camera enables high resolution 1280x1024 SWIR imaging at frame rates at 90 frames per second ...

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security, Military
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 0.4-2.1um
# Pixels (Height): 1280
# Pixels (Width): 1024
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The MVCam series SWIR and visible camera supports the highest commercially available frame rate at Megapixel resolution with no ITAR restrictions! This megapixel InGaAs SWIR camera provides 1280x1024 resolution shortwave infrared (SWIR) imagery at up to 90 frames per second (fps), with higher frame rates for user selectable regions ...

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security, Military
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 0.4-1.7um
# Pixels (Height): 1289
# Pixels (Width): 1024
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This Non-ITAR lattice matched InGaAs camera allows for high resolution SWIR and visible imaging 1280x1024 at high frame rates >93fps at full frame size.  This small pitch, 12μm array, combined with the high quantum efficiency of the lattice matched InGaAs arrays enables impressive imaging in the SWIR and visible ...

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Sensor Type: InGaAs Array
# Pixels (Width): 1280
# Pixels (Height): 1024
Pixel Size (Square): -- um
Peak Quantum Efficiency: 75 %
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256x192 resolution KAIWEETS KTI-W02 infrared thermal imager 32GTF memory, 18 languages available. Multifunctional rechargeable infrared thermal camera with 16 hours of long battery life. Supports PC screen projection analysis, professionally used for house construction inspection, electrical inspection, etc.

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security, Military, Other
Array Type: Microbolometer
Spectral Band: 7-14um
# Pixels (Height): 256
# Pixels (Width): 192
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KAIWEETS KTI-W01 handheld thermal imaging camera with resolution up to 256x192 and thermal sensitivity ≤50mk. Wide temperature measurement range (-4°F to 1022°F), 3.2-inch high-definition display, suitable for housing construction inspection and maintenance, automobile, fire protection, industrial inspection, and other ...

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security, Military
Array Type: Microbolometer
Spectral Band: 8-14um
# Pixels (Height): 256
# Pixels (Width): 192
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HIGH SPEED & HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE & HIGH SENSITIVITY, COST-EFFECTIVE SWIR CAMERA

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security, Military
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 0.9-1.7um
# Pixels (Height): 320
# Pixels (Width): 256
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High-end SWIR camera series with unique dual-mode InGaAs sensor (Linear & Logarithmic): easy-to-use, best trade-off on market between High sensitivity (linear response) & High Dynamic Range (Logarithmic response), fastest gating capability, available with USB3.0, CameraLink, GigE, and Analog.

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security, Military, Other
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 0.9-1.7um
# Pixels (Height): 640
# Pixels (Width): 512
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SXGA SWIR camera

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security, Military
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 0.9-1.7um
# Pixels (Height): 1280
# Pixels (Width): 1024
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The Wildcat+ 1280 series is based upon a state-of-the-art InGaAs photodiode array with 1280×1024 pixels and 5 μm pixel pitch. The camera offers superior, high-resolution SWIR imaging capabilities, comes in a versatile and industry-proven Wildcat camera package (GenICam compliant) and offers advanced on-board image ...

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 0.4-1.7um
# Pixels (Height): 1280
# Pixels (Width): 1024
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The Xeva 320 series is based on an in-house manufactured InGaAs detector with a 320 x 256 pixel resolution. The Xeva 320 cameras offer frame rates of more than 340 Hz. The camera comes with a CameraLink or USB interface. A visible enhanced short-wave infrared (vSWIR) option for extended wavelength response into the visible band is ...

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 0.5-1.7um
# Pixels (Height): 320
# Pixels (Width): 256
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The Cheetah 640 series is based on a cooled, in-house developed InGaAs detector with a 640 x 512 pixel resolution. The Cheetah 640 camera with single-stage TE-cooled detector offers high frame rates of either 400 Hz, 800 Hz or 1700 Hz while the version with three-stage TE-cooled detector offers a frame rate of up to 110 Hz. The ...

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Camera Type: Scientific, Security, Other
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 0.5-1.7um
# Pixels (Height): 640
# Pixels (Width): 512
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The Bobcat 320 Gated series is based on an in-house developed, temperature stabilised InGaAs detector with a 320 x 256 pixel resolution. The Bobcat 320 Gated cameras are able to provide maximum frame rates up to 400 Hz. The exposure time of the sensor is configurable from 100 ns up to 1 ms in steps of 100 ns, or from 1 ms to 40 ...

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 0.9-1.7um
# Pixels (Height): 320
# Pixels (Width): 256
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The Bobcat 640 series is based on an in-house developed, temperature stabilised InGaAs detector with a 640 x 512 pixel resolution. The Bobcat 640 cameras are offered with high frame rate of 100 Hz. The camera comes with a CameraLink or GigE Vision interface and features low weight and power. Either for machine vision inspection or ...

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 0.5-1.7um
# Pixels (Height): 640
# Pixels (Width): 512
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The Bobcat 320 series is based on an in-house developed, temperature stabilised InGaAs detector with a 320 x 256 pixel resolution. The Bobcat 320 cameras are offered with frame rates of either 100 Hz or 400 Hz. The camera comes with a CameraLink or GigE Vision interface and features low weight and power. The Bobcat 320 targets cost ...

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 0.9-1.7um
# Pixels (Height): 320
# Pixels (Width): 256
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The Lynx square (SQ) series, based on an in-house developed linear InGaAs detector, offer affordable short-wave infrared (SWIR) linescan imagers. The Lynx SQ cameras are able to image line rates up to 40 kHz for demanding machine vision applications. The cameras come with an industry-standard CameraLink or GigE Vision ...

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Camera Type: Industrial, Other
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 0.9-1.7um
# Pixels (Height): 25 (SQ)
# Pixels (Width): -
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Based on a brand new, in-house developed InGaAs linear detector, the Manx is a high-performance short-wave infrared (SWIR) camera providing high speed and quality linescan imaging. At unprecedented line rates of up to 256 kHz (or 128 kHz), the Manx stands as the fastest linescan InGaAs camera available in the world. The Manx is able ...

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Camera Type: Industrial, Other
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 0.9-1.7um
# Pixels (Height): 250 (R) / 12.5 (SQ)
# Pixels (Width): -
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The Dione 640 OEM & CAM series are based on an uncooled 12 μm pitch microbolometer detector with a 640×480 resolution and NETD of less than 40 mK (available upon request) or 50 mK The camera cores are optimized for low SWaP (Size, Weight and Power). The Dione 640 is both lightweight and small. It utilizes Xenics image ...

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Camera Type: Security, Other
Array Type: Microbolometer
Spectral Band: 8-14um
# Pixels (Height): 480
# Pixels (Width): 640
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The Crius series are true SWaP optimized and affordable thermal imaging camera cores. With shutterless technology, each Crius generates outstanding thermal profile. In Crius series, Crius 1280 is the most compact and lightest high resolution LWIR core ever, ideal for long-range observation and surveillance.

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Camera Type: Industrial, Security, Military, Other
Array Type: Microbolometer
Spectral Band: 8-14um
# Pixels (Height): 1280
# Pixels (Width): 1024
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ZH640 SF6/VOC gas leakage infrared imager is a high-precision optical gas imaging device used to visualize sulfur hexafluoride (SF₆) , ammonia (NH₃) , ethylene (C₂H₄) , and other industrial gas leaks in various environments. It uses longwave quantum well infrared photoelectric (QWIP) detection technology, making it a breakthrough ...

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Camera Type: Industrial
Array Type: QWIP
Spectral Band: 3.1-10.7um
# Pixels (Height): 640/320
# Pixels (Width): 512/256
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ZH480 UV Camera is a powerful dual-channel UV imaging equipment with a wide-angle and telephoto lens. It can accurately locate corona and arc, display and record the photon number of discharge 24 hours a day. It can realize the prospective and pre-maintenance inspection of electrical equipment such as substation, transmission and ...

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Camera Type: Industrial, Scientific, Security
Array Type: InGaAs
Spectral Band: 240-280um
# Pixels (Height): 576
# Pixels (Width): 736
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The hyperspectral imager is a light sensor suitable for field operations. Spectral imaging system, the camera has a built-in power module, no need for external wiring, and it can be used on field. Built-in portable hyperspectral imager equipped with laser ranging module and automatic alignment focusing lens, which can quickly ...

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Number Of Channels: >4
Sensor Type: CCD, CMOS
Wavelength Range: 250-1700nm
Pixel Size: 12um, 17um
Wavelength: 400-1000nm
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GaiaSky-VIS/NIR camera provide extremely high-resolution images by scanning and taking multiple images to construct a hyperspectral datacube. Hyperspectral imaging devices (GaiaSky) for lens scanning obtain slit spectra by projecting a strip of the scene onto a slit and dispersing the slit image with a prism or a grating. In ...

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Number Of Channels: >4
Sensor Type: CCD
Wavelength Range: 400-1000nm
Spectral Resolution: 3.5 nm
Numerical Aperture: F/2.8
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Frequently Asked Questions

FindLight has a wide range of cameras, including industrial cameras, scientific cameras, machine vision cameras, and microscopy cameras offered directly by suppliers and manufacturers.

CMOS cameras are typically faster and use less power than CCD cameras, but may have lower sensitivity and image quality. CCD cameras, on the other hand, tend to have better image quality and sensitivity, but may be slower and use more power.

Monochrome cameras capture images in black and white, while color cameras capture images in full color. Color cameras may use a filter array (such as a Bayer filter) to capture color information, which can result in a slight loss of image resolution.

Yes, many of the suppliers on FindLight offer technical support and assistance with installation, calibration, and troubleshooting. Check the product description or contact the supplier directly for more information.

An area scan camera captures a two-dimensional image of a scene, while a line scan camera captures a single line of pixels at a time as it moves over an object. Area scan cameras are best for capturing still or slow-moving objects, while line scan cameras are best for capturing fast-moving objects or inspecting continuous web-based materials.

Choosing the right camera sensor size depends on the field of view, resolution, and image quality required for the application. Larger sensors generally provide higher resolution and better low-light sensitivity, while smaller sensors may be more cost-effective or provide faster frame rates.

A global shutter captures the entire image at once, while a rolling shutter captures the image line by line. Global shutters are ideal for capturing high-speed motion, while rolling shutters are more susceptible to image distortion and motion artifacts.

Cameras can be designed for high-temperature environments using materials and components that can withstand extreme temperatures. However, not all cameras are suitable for such environments, so it is important to choose a camera that is specifically designed for the application.

The interface affects camera performance and data transfer by dictating the speed, bandwidth, and ease of use of the camera. For example, USB cameras are generally easy to use but may have lower bandwidth and higher latency compared to other interfaces like Camera Link or CoaXPress. It is important to choose an interface that can handle the data requirements and environmental conditions of the application.

Acoustic infrared cameras represent the pinnacle of advanced monitoring and analysis technology. By harnessing the combined power of acoustic and thermal imaging, these cutting-edge devices offer unparalleled capabilities in detecting and localizing sound sources with exceptional precision. Whether it's for industrial processes, maintenance tasks, or safety applications, acoustic infrared cameras provide a comprehensive solution that goes beyond traditional imaging systems.

One of the key advantages of acoustic infrared cameras is their ability to capture both audio and thermal data simultaneously. This unique capability enables users to identify and analyze potential issues in real-time, saving valuable time and resources. With the integration of acoustic and thermal imaging, these cameras can detect and visualize hidden anomalies that would otherwise remain undetected. From identifying leaks in pressurized systems to pinpointing faulty machinery or electrical components, acoustic infrared cameras offer a non-invasive and efficient solution for proactive maintenance and troubleshooting.

In industrial settings, acoustic infrared cameras play a crucial role in optimizing operational efficiency and ensuring a safe working environment. By leveraging their advanced capabilities, users can monitor complex processes and identify potential malfunctions before they escalate into costly breakdowns or accidents. For instance, in manufacturing facilities, acoustic infrared cameras can detect abnormal noises or vibrations in machinery, allowing operators to take immediate corrective actions and prevent costly downtime.

Furthermore, acoustic infrared cameras find extensive use in the field of predictive maintenance. By continuously monitoring equipment and analyzing acoustic and thermal patterns, these cameras enable businesses to implement condition-based maintenance strategies. This proactive approach helps organizations to schedule maintenance tasks based on actual asset health, reducing unnecessary downtime and extending the lifespan of critical equipment.

Beyond industrial applications, acoustic infrared cameras have proven to be invaluable tools for safety and security purposes. These cameras can detect and locate sounds such as breaking glass, gunshots, or abnormal activity, aiding in the swift response to potential threats. In sensitive environments like airports, transportation hubs, or public spaces, acoustic infrared cameras enhance situational awareness and enable early intervention in critical situations.

In conclusion, acoustic infrared cameras represent a significant advancement in monitoring and analysis technology. With their ability to capture both acoustic and thermal data simultaneously, these cameras empower businesses to proactively address maintenance, safety, and security challenges. By harnessing the power of acoustic and thermal imaging, users can unlock valuable insights, optimize operations, and ensure the smooth functioning of critical systems. Invest in acoustic infrared cameras to stay ahead of the curve and unlock a new level of efficiency and safety for your organization

Find a diverse range of cameras for industrial, scientific, machine vision, and microscopy applications on FindLight. Whether you're looking for high-resolution cameras for medical imaging, cameras for quality control in manufacturing, or cameras for scientific research, we have a wide selection from top suppliers worldwide. Explore different camera types, including area scan, line scan, and 3D cameras, to meet your imaging needs. With a variety of features, such as high frame rates, low noise, and customizable settings, you can find the right camera for your specific application on FindLight.

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