LASER World of PHOTONICS 2015: Scientific SWIR imaging

Hochempfindliche gekühlte VIS-SWIR Kamera
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Wir freuen uns sehr, auch dieses Jahr wieder auf der LASER World of PHOTONICS in München auszustellen.

Sie haben vom 22.06. - 25.06.2015 die Möglichkeit, in der Halle B3 am Stand 103 mehr über das attraktive Portfolio von Raptor Photonics Limited zu erfahren.

Jean-Edouard Communal, Scientific Sales Manager von Raptor Photonics Limited, hält am 22. Juni 2015 von 11:40 - 12:00 Uhr in Halle A2 im Forum Optical Metrology and Imaging auf der Laser World of Photonics 2015 einen Vortrag über:

Scientific SWIR imaging

Raptor Photonics, a leader in the design and development of digital cameras, introduces the Ninox, a next generation InGaAs FPA camera achieving the world’s lowest readout noise of < 50 electrons/pixel and thermal noise < 1500 electrons/pixel/second at -20 °C. This is achieved with simple air or water TE cooling in a compact and rugged format. This is believed to be the most sensitive VIS-SWIR camera in the world. Raptor will present the first breakthrough results obtained with the Ninox in various applications. In astronomy with observations in the J band (1.17 to 1.33 µm) and H band (1.49 to 1.78 µm) for satellite tracking, speckle imaging, stellar nursery observations. In biology, fluorescence imaging in the NIR-II band (1.0 to 1.7 µm) using high yield nanoparticles allows for large penetration depth in tissues and high speed acquisition.
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