Raptor has enjoyed strong sustained growth over the last decade and is delighted to welcome yet another new addition, Bradley Moore, to the team. Bradley recently graduated with a degree in Marketing and has joined as Sales and Marketing Administrator. He will play a key role in marketing the Raptor brand to continue our amazing upward trend.
Raptor Photonics will be attending UK Space Conference 2023 in the ICC in Belfast, UK from 14-16 November 2023. Come and visit us at Booth #F3 to discuss your space camera requirements. Book an appointment with a member of our sales team here: email@example.com
Raptor Photonics will be attending SPIE Photonex 2023 in the SEC in Glasgow, UK from 25-26 October 2023. Come and visit us at Booth #407 to discuss your camera requirements. We will be on the Quantum Design UK & Ireland booth.
In our latest Application Note, Huiyan Li, from the National Center of Biomedical Analysis in Beijing, China is looking to understand how Chronobiology affects our well-being using our Eagle deep-cooled CCD camera.
The research may lead to novel therapy of circadian disruption-linked diseases like high blood pressure, obesity and other metabolic disorders.
Raptor Photonics, a leader in innovative digital camera solutions, has won in two categories at the recent Made in Northern Ireland 2023 Awards lunch, held on Friday 12th May at The Titanic Hotel in Belfast. The company picked up both the Digital Engineering/Technology Award and Manufacturer of the Year (under £25m) in a ceremony celebrating success across Northern Ireland. Both awards acknowledge Raptor’s continued strong growth and success in becoming a global market leader in camera design. Raptor now qualifies for the Made in the UK 2023 regional awards in Liverpool in June 2023, proudly representing Northern Ireland.
John Miller from Raptor receiving the Manufacturer of the Year (under £25m) award from Stuart Sproule, Cleaver Fulton Rankin Solicitors.
The Owl 640S now offers frame rates of up to 30.2kHz @ 32 x 4, perfect for high-speed imaging applications. As well as low readout noise of <50e-, the Owl 640S offers ultra-high intrascene dynamic range enabling simultaneous capture of bright & dark portions of a scene.
Raptor’s tour of duty continues, visiting a number of customers across India with our distributor S M Creative Electronics Ltd (SMCEL). A great week, much was learned and achieved. Tiring but very beneficial as the Raptor brand continues to grow in this important market.
This week the Raptor team met with Mr Kim, CEO of Hanaro Corporation, in Suwon-City, South Korea. Hanaro has been Raptor’s distributor in South Korea for the last 10 years. Raptor has been to visit several customers this week as well as undertaking some training for the Hanaro staff, strengthening our relationship.
Raptor Photonics has launched the Hawk Indigo, using a next generation 2/3” CMOS sensor, enabling ultimate UV sensitivity and high QE of 36% at 250nm. With a pixel size of 2.74µm, the camera achieves a resolution of 8.1MP and offers global shutter, progressive scan technology to enables real time, lag-free images at 15Hz full-frame through a CameraLink interface. The Hawk Indigo is extremely rugged and can be used in harsh environments, working from -20°C to +55°C, with more extreme temperatures on special request. It is ideal for integration into industrial applications offering greater precision in hyperspectral imaging, transparent materials (plastic and PET), semiconductor, wafer and mask inspection, material sorting, combustion imaging and high voltage technology.
Raptor Photonics will be attending SPIE Photonics West 2024 in the Moscone Centre in San Francisco from 30 January – 1 February 2024. Come and visit us at Booth #2042 to discuss your camera requirements.