SenS 1280

High Definition, High Sensitivity SWIR

The SenS 1280 is an industry-leading SXVGA resolution short-wave infrared camera core that delivers high sensitivity and low noise imaging for a wide range of specialty applications.

Features

Developed by short-wave infrared specialists, New Imaging Technologies, the SenS 1280 is a versatile VGA resolution InGaAs short-wave infrared (SWIR) camera core with powerful capabilities for a wide variety of applications. Linear (LIN) response mode allows users to have maximum sensitivity in low light situations.

The camera also features powerful gated imaging functionality for niche applications in security, surveillance, counter UAS, 3D mapping and more.

As an authorized reseller of the SenS 1280, Sierra-Olympic Technologies offers superior service and integration support on these highly capable InGaAs specialty cameras across QVGA, VGA, and HD resolutions.

Product Highlights

Linear response mode delivers high sensitivity

SXGA 1280 x 1024 x 10 µm InGaAs sensor

Bad pixels replacement and smart non-uniformity correction

USB 3.0, CameraLink interfaces

Near infrared imaging 900-1,700 nm

Specifications

Detector type
SWIR InGaAs Tec. Stabilized
Format
1280 x 1024
Pixel pitch
10 µm
Spectral response
0.9-1.7 µm SWIR
Frame rate
60 Hz full frame rate
Response mode
Linear (CTIA) low and high gain
Modes
IWR/ITS, CDS, ROI
QE
>85% LG
Partial reading mode
ROI, selective line scanning
Dynamic range
52 dB typical in CTIA (High Gain) with CDS 61 dB typical in CTIA (Low Gain)
Sensor noise
typ. < 30e- in CTIA High Gain, <120e- in CTIA Low Gain
Full well capacity
>10ke- (CTIA High Gain), >130ke- (CTIA Low Gain)
Exposure Time
10 µs-500 ms
Dark current
Typical 50ke-/pix/s
GUI
NITVISION
SDK
USB Windows and Linux
Trigger
IN/OUT (LVTTL), Selectable delay
ADC
14 bits
Operating Temperature Range
-40º C to +71º C
Size (L x W x H)
58 x 58 x 70 mm
Weight
< 400 grams
Lens mount
C-Mount native
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