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New High-Resolution SWIR Sensor for ISR Applications

The new SWIR sensor, NSC2101, features a 2MPIX resolution at 1920x1080px, an 8µm pixel pitch, 64dB dynamic range, and an ultra-low noise of only 25e- By Joe Macey / 07 May 2024
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New High-Resolution SWIR Sensor for ISR Applications

NIT (New Imaging Technologies) has introduced a new high-resolution Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) InGaAs sensor.

The new SWIR sensor, NSC2101, boasts features such as high-performance InGaAs sensor with an 8µm pixel pitch, delivering an impressive 2MPIX resolution at 1920x1080px. Its ultra-low noise of only 25e- ensures exceptional image clarity, even in challenging environments. Additionally, with a dynamic range of 64dB, the sensor captures a wide spectrum of light intensities with precision and accuracy.

  • 0.9µm to 1.7µm spectrum
  • 2MPix – 1920x1080px and 8µm pixel pitch
  • 25e- readout noise
  • 64dB dynamic range

Leveraging advanced technology and expertise, NIT has crafted a sensor that meets the rigorous standards of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) applications, offering crucial insights and intelligence in various scenarios.

The applications of this SWIR sensor are vast and diverse, catering to the needs of defense, security, and surveillance industries. The sensor’s capabilities are indispensable for enhancing situational awareness and decision-making, from monitoring border security to providing critical intelligence in tactical operations.

Typical applications include:

  • Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR)
  • Semiconductor, wafer, solar panel inspection

The camera version, integrating the NSC2101 sensor, is expected to be released soon.

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