7 Sep 2017
Goldeye cameras produce outstanding low-noise images with a high dynamic range thanks to a high sensitivity InGaAs sensor with active thermoelectric cooling. A version with additional external cooling is also available, which is optimised for scientific grade applications that require long exposure times.
All the cameras in the range have the same compact and ruggedized housing (55 mm x 55 mm x 78 mm) and comprehensive feature set. This includes non-uniformity correction and pixel defect and background correction for the sensor.
This feature set has been further enhanced with the new firmware updates:
The new firmware improves image quality in this mode by providing a correction to compensate for any trigger-induced distortions in the image.
The cameras also provide a host of features such as automatic exposure time control and trigger control. Comprehensive I/O control options simplify the connection to image processing software.
Goldeye cameras are very sensitive in the SWIR spectrum and are well-suited for many applications in a wide variety of industries:
Hyperspectral imaging is made possible through the addition of a spectrograph to separate the wavelengths reaching the camera. The 900 – 1700 nm region of the spectrum is particularly important for hyperspectral imaging since this is where many of the unique absorption bands occur that feature in the ‘chemical footprint’ of organic materials.
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