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NIR-600/NIR-610P
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AVT GUPPY Camera

The NIR-600/ NIR 610P near-infrared cameras operate within the NIR range from 900 to 1700nm and have a very sensitive InGaAs sensor with a resolution of 640 x 512. InGaAs sensors also have good linearity and high damage threshold against intense illumination.

At a frame rate of 30 frames/sec. the NIR-600/ NIR 610P cameras deliver excellent, low noise images with a 14-bit resolution. In addition to a continuous image capture with 30 Hz, the camera has an Image-on-demand mode, enabling the exposure of all pixels at the same time.

Available with two different interfaces: Camera Link or Gigabit Ethernet the camera has Peltier cooling for longer exposure times which also permits exact measuring within the image.

Applications:    
**Near-infrared imaging **Thermal imaging of hot objects (in a range of 250°C to 800°C) **Laser beam profiling **Imaging spectroscopy
**Sorting according to plastic **Semiconductor inspection **Water or moisture detection **Medical science and biology
**Vision enhancement      

Model

NIR-600/ NIR 610P

Sensor Progressive scan, 16.8 mm x 12.8 mm InGaAs
Resolution 640 x 512
Pixel Size 25 µm 25 µm
Interface Camera Link or GigE
Spectral response 0.9 µm - 1.7 µm (NIR)
Frame rate up to 30 Hz
Lens Mount C-Mount (NIR-600) or F-Mount (NIR-610) optical interface
Temperature Ambient air temperature: 10°C up to 35°C. Forced air cooling for longer exposure times
Power + 12V (SELV) ** NIR-6x0PCL: 0.8 A (max. 1.1 A) ** NIR-6x0PGE: 1.0 A (max 1.3 A)
   

AVT NIR-600/ NIR 610P Camera Data sheet

 

 

 

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