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Acuros® SWIR Laser Inspection Camera
Acuros® CQD®SWIR laser beam inspection cameras have been designed for use in applications requiring direct imaging of laser sources without the use of an external lens or other optical components that can impact the beam shape or path. These cameras are being adopted by laser manufacturers, producers of laser system assemblies, and laser-based manufacturing organizations. The Acuros CQD SWIR sensors are used for applications that include laser beam diagnostic imaging, laser beam profiling, and laser alignment.
The cameras utilize 2D detector arrays. This enables the measurement of divergent laser sources and the direct imaging of emitter arrays, fiber ribbon cables, and other multi-source systems.
The Acuros Laser Series Cameras are feature image sensors built with colloidal quantum dot photodiode technology. These sensors provide a broad spectral response, allowing the characterization of lasers with wavelengths in the visible, near infrared, and shortwave infrared spectral region. The sensors are designed to allow short working distances between the sensor and the laser source and to reduce interference effects that arise from the imaging of coherent light sources.
SWIR Vision System is also proud to offer our extended SWIR laser beam inspection camera with a response out to 2000 nm for new emerging applications that utilize extended SWIR laser sources and wavelengths.
All Acuros cameras are GenICam compliant and come with USB3 or GigE Vision interfaces. For ease of export, the cameras are designated as EAR-99, requiring no license for lawful export.
- 640 x 512, 1280 x 1024, 1920 x 1080
- TEC cooling for low noise
- Full Visible-to-SWIR bandwidth
- USB3 Vision, GigE Vision interfaces
- Large sensor area for divergent emitters
- Short working distance
- Software GUI for camera control
- Pixel non-uniformity correction
Laser Imaging Standard SWIR
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Laser Imaging eSWIR
These cameras combine the benefits of the Laser imaging sensor areas with the extended responsivity from 400nm to 2000nm.
Learn more about the power of our broadband and image sensor technology.
Dozens of SWIR lenses that have been designed for use with InGaAs SWIR cameras are available.