Adaptive optics for rugged imaging camera for harsh environments offered by Nüvü

MONTREAL – Nüvü Cameras in Montreal is introducing adaptive optics for the company's HNü 128 EMCCD camera, which is designed for scientific imaging applications in harsh environments.

Jun 23rd, 2017
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

MONTREAL – Nüvü Cameras in Montreal is introducing adaptive optics for the company's HNü 128 EMCCD camera, which is designed for scientific imaging applications in harsh environments.

The cooling behind Nüvü adaptive optics option is optimized for rugged use in a non-vacuum packaging, and provides cooling for a fast frame rate in low light. The camera offers detection in near complete darkness.

The adaptive optics option is available with a 128-by-28-pixel scientific-grade EMCCD detector for imaging sensitivity between 500 and 1000 frames per second.

The camera is suitable for astronomy and biomedical uses, and offer qualitative and quantitative diagnostics. The adaptive optics option is limited to high acquisition speeds.

For more information contact Nüvü Cameras online at www.nuvucameras.com .

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