The new Goldeye G-034 XSWIR 2.2 TEC2 integrates a 636 x 508 pixel extended range InGaAs sensor allowing imaging beyond the 1.7 µm standard cut-off more traditional InGaAs sensors currently on the market.
The extended range InGaAs sensor offers a high quantum efficiency of over 60% QE between 1340 and 2100 nm at -20ºC. The compact industrial design integrates a 2-stage thermo-electric cooling (TEC2) for a maximum cooling delta of 60K, thus dramatically reducing the dark current, which is much greater in this spectral range. NUC (non-uniformity correction) tables are factory calibrated and automatically applied for -30ºC, -20ºC and -10ºC temperature set points.
The Goldeye G-034 XSWIR 2.2 TEC2 boasts a max frame rate at max resolution of 180 Hz in 14-bit, 238 Hz in 12-bit packed and up to 303 Hz in 8-bit mode. The already fast speed of the sensor can be further increased by applying the multi-line/multi-AOI (area of interest) readout feature. For example, in combination with a spectrometer, it is possible to select only the relevant wavebands and to further reduce the image processing time.
Typical applications include:
- Hyperspectral imaging
- Recycling / sorting
- laser beam profiling / optical alignment
- small animal imaging with emission around 2 µm
As with all Goldeye cameras:
- GenICam compliance and comprehensive software support provide you a plug & play feeling when setting up your system
- Robust housing with multiple mounting options and comprehensive I/O control options ease the integration into your imaging system
- 3 years warranty
For more information, visit our SWIR Imaging application page.
More info on the manufacturer’s website.
You might also check the Goldeye G-034 XSWIR 1.9 TEC2 with spectral range of 1100 to 1900 nm.