FD-3SWIR camera offers three InGaAs sensors
FluxData has introduced the first commercially available common aperture three sensor multispectral SWIR camera.
The FluxData FD-3SWIR camera offers three InGaAs sensors fitted with customer specified optical filters to simultaneously capture sub-pixel aligned video through a single aperture lens.
FluxData has chosen Goodrich’s Sensors Unlimited as a partner in this product.
The Goodrich SUI C-Platform camera features:
- 640 x 512 pixel resolution with a 15-micron pitch.
- Camera Lin® digital output for plug-and play connectivity
- 12-bit imagery for viewing, digital processing and/or transmission
- Uncooled SWIR detector for images in real-time video (30Hz)
- On-board automatic gain control (AGC)
Goodrich’s SWIR C-platform model operates from 0.9 to 1.7 micron spectral range; the optional near infra-red (NIR) camera model extends the spectral response to include the range from 0.7 to 1.7 microns.
The camera operates in a wide temperature range from -35 degrees C to 71 degrees C. The FD-3SWIR has a total power consumption of 4.5W.
The flexibility of FluxData’s multi-sensor system along with the small size of the C-platform allows for a multitude of new spectral and polarimetric configurations for various applications, con-ops and payloads.
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A multispectral imager built by Fluxdata was launched into space aboard the Japanese HTV-2 mission, heading to the International Space Station (ISS), on 22 January 2011.
Fluxdata has added a Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) connectivity option to its 3CCD camera product line.
Fluxdata has introduced the FD-1665P, a compact real-time polarisation camera for use in surveillance, defence, medical and machine vision applications.
Fluxdata has introduced a multispectral imaging system with an integrated PC/104 computer system.