Toptica Photonics InGaAs camera for IR and NIR imaging

The Lynceus-320 indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) focal plane array (FPA) camera from Toptica Photonics offers high sensitivity, a 47 dB dynamic range, 320 × 256 pixel resolution, and a 192 fps full frame rate.

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The Lynceus-320 indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) focal plane array (FPA) camera from Toptica Photonics (Victor, NY) offers high sensitivity, a 47 dB dynamic range, 320 × 256 pixel resolution, and a 192 fps full frame rate. Applications include infrared (IR) laser-beam profiling, near-IR (NIR) spectra or laser analysis, IR filter testing and NIR reflection behavior sorting.

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Lynceus-320 InGaAs Camera

TOPTICA introduces the Lynceus-320, a fast and lightweight InGaAs (focal plane array) camera with high sensitivity and a wide dynamic range of 47dB. This camera has a resolution of 320×256 pixels and offers a full frame rate of 192fps. A USB 2.0 interface serves as the power supply and guarantees an easy connection with computers running Windows 2000 and later versions.

Applications for this camera are diverse:

  • Water and moisture detection
  • Radiation insulation analysis
  • Infrared laser-beam profiling
  • NIR spectra or laser analysis
  • Silicon wafer testing
  • Thermal imaging
  • IR filter testing
  • NIR reflection behavior sorting

The NIR Camera will be demonstrated live at Photonics West 2011 in San Francisco at the TOPTICA booth 817.

TOPTICA Photonics develops, manufactures, services and distributes technology-leading diode and fiber lasers and laser systems for scientific and industrial applications. Sales and service is offered worldwide through TOPTICA Germany and its subsidiary TOPTICA USA, as well as all through 14 distributors. A key point of the company philosophy is the close cooperation between development and research to meet our customers’ demanding requirements for sophisticated customized system solutions and their subsequent commercialization.

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