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Ninox 640 VIS-SWIR

High resolution, low noise, digital InGaAs camera


The Ninox-640 is a cooled, high sensitivity digital SWIR camera. Using a 640 x 512 InGaAs sensor from SCD, the Ninox 640 enables high sensitivity imaging from 0.4µm to 1.7µm. The 15µm x 15µm pixel pitch enables a high-resolution SWIR image and with less than 50 electrons readout noise the Ninox 640 enables the highest SWIR detection limit. Air cooled to -15°C, the Ninox 640 reduces dark current to typically <1,500e/p/s, allowing for longer exposure times. Available with a 14 bit Camera Link output, the Ninox 640 will run from 10 to 120Hz, enabling high speed digital video with intelligent Automated Gain Control (AGC).

Key Features & Benefits

  • VIS-SWIR InGaAs technology | Enables imaging from 0.4μm to 1.7μm
  • Cooled to -15°C | Allows longer integration avoiding dark current build-up.
  • 15µm x 15µm pixel pitch | Enables the highest resolution SWIR image
  • Ultra high intrascene dynamic range | Enables simultaneous capture of bright & dark portions of a scene
  • Onboard Automated Gain Control (AGC) | Enables clear video in all light conditions
  • Ultra compact, Low power | Ideal for hand-held, mobile or airborne systems

  • Astronomy
  • Beam Profiling
  • NIR-II Imaging
  • Fluorescence
  • Hyperspectral Imaging
  • Semiconductor Inspection
  • Solar Cell Inspection
  • Thermography
  • VIS v VIS SWIR. Courtesy of Alain Klotz

  • SWIR only. Courtesy of Lyu Abe

  • Jupiter in H-Band with a Ninox

    H-Band image of Jupiter with a #Ninox #InGaAs camera by Jose Rojas from Grupo Ciencias Planetarias with a 2.2m telescope at Calar Alto.

  • Saturn in H Band with Ninox

    H-Band image of Saturn with a Ninox InGaAs camera by Jose Rojas from Grupo Ciencias Planetarias with a 2.2m telescope at Calar Alto.

  • Jupiter in H Band taken with Ninox

    Jupiter taken with Ninox on a 1m telescope in H-band (1.5-1.8µm). 50ms exp. image. Lyu ABE, C2PU / Côte d'Azur.