CAMARILLO, Calif. – Attollo Engineering in Camarillo, Calif., is introducing the Phoenix shortwave infrared (SWIR) camera for broadband imaging as well as daylight and nighttime laser see-spot and range-gated imaging.
The 640-by-512-pixel has a small VGA sensor and a 5-micron pixel pitch. The cost-efficient miniature indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) uncooled SWIR camera can be integrated into small gimbals and other low-size, -weight, and -power consumption (SWaP) devices like handheld, helmet- and soldier-mounted systems.
Other applications include machine vision, precision agriculture, driver vision enhancement (DVE), covert illuminated imaging, and laser designator imaging and decode.
The camera's spectral response ranges from 1 micron to 1.65 microns with more than 99.5 percent operability and greater than 70 percent quantum efficiency. Selectable frame rates include 30 Hz, 60 Hz, 120 Hz, and 220 Hz, with windowing available.
The Phoenix SWIR camera has a global shutter imaging mode, and presets and user-defined integration time of 0.1 microseconds minimum, plus triggering options of sync-in low-latency see-spot and range-gating and sync-out. Other specifications include onboard processing with non-uniformity corrections (NUCs) and bad pixel replacement.
For more information contact Attollo Engineering online at www.attolloengineering.com.