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Based on a sensitive InGaAs FPA, and integrating a four-stage TE cooler, Zephir™ delivers an astounding 345 frame-per-second rate while reaching unrivalled low noise levels. Perfectly adapted for challenging scientific applications.

 

CHARACTERISTICS

  • 345 frame-per-second

  • 4 stages TEC

  • Low noise level

  • InGaAs FPA

  • 0.5 to 1.7 µm

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APPLICATIONS

SAFETY & SECURITY

Photon etc’s infrared camera, is an ideal tool for the rapid detection of explosive liquid precursors.

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ENVIRONMENT & AGRICULTURE

Hyperspectral imagery can be efficiently used to identify any type of molecules through the analysis of its characteristic spectrum.

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS 

FOCAL PLAN ARRAY (FPA)  InGaAs
FPA SIZE  640 x 512
PIXEL SIZE  15 µm
SPECTRAL RANGE 

~ 0.8 - 1.69 µm @ 25°C
~ 0.8 - 1.62 µm @ -80°C

DARK CURRENT  300 ē/p/s
GAIN SETTING (HIGH, LOW)  0.366 ē/ADU, 18.31 ē/ADU
READOUT NOISE (HIGH GAIN, LOW GAIN)  45 ē, 180 ē
QUANTUM EFFICIENCY  Up to 85%
OPERABILITY (TYPICAL)  > 99%
FULL WELL CAPACITY (HIGH GAIN, LOW GAIN)  12 Kē, 600 Kē
DYNAMIC RANGE  13/15 bits
 FULL FRAME RATE  350 fps (13 bits) or 120 fps (15 bits)
INTEGRATION TIME RANGE  1 µs to minutes
READOUT MODES  ITR, IWR, LNIM
COOLING  TEC 4 stages, forced air
FPA OPERATING TEMPERATURE  -80 °C
COOL DOWN TIME  3 minutes
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE RANGE  0°C to 40°C
COLD SHIELD  Yes
COMPUTER INTERFACE   CameraLink™ (dual), USB3.0
EXTERNAL CONTROL   IN/OUT TTL
POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENT   12 VDC @ 5 A
PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS   169 mm x 130 mm x 97.25 mm
WEIGHT  4 Kg
NOTE: Photon etc. reserves the right to change the design and specification of the product at any time, without notice.

PUBLICATIONS

VIDEO

Photon etc's Global Imaging Technology

This video shows the conceptual difference between hyperspectral global imaging and raster scan (line-scan, push-broom). With global imaging, the gain in acquiring 3D data, 2D spatial and 1D spectral, is important since the only a few monochromatic images are required to cover the complete  spectral range where one  needs to take the full spectrum for each point or  line in the image with other technologies.