SWIR Area Scan Cameras
For the past years, the SWIR band has been recognized as one of the best wavelength regions for semiconductor inspection. Whether it is for detecting cracks and defect on a wafer or solar cell panels, or for achieving a failure analysis of integrated circuits, InGaAs wavelength (900m- 1700nm) imaging device are suited for seeing through inside silicon.
WiDy SWIR Camera Series
Enhanced Vision with
Wide Dynamic Range Technology
New Imaging Technologies is a French company pioneer in Wide Dynamic Range solutions. With over 15 years of academic research and our patented MAGIC™ pixel technology, NIT has master all the steps from the sensor design to complete camera engineering. The core is a team of experienced CMOS designers, all recognized experts in their felds, with a multi- disciplinary group of optical, mechanical and electronic engineers. NIT ofers a complete portfolio of cameras and detectors embracing Visible, Intensifed (I-CMOS) and SWIR technology. NIT serves various markets such as machine vision, instrumentation, night vision, biometrics. NIT also proposes fexible solutions and custom designs to best ft your specifc requirements.
The WiDy Family
A full range of SWIR InGaAs-based cameras for your applications
- The WiDy family is a complete line of InGaAs cameras designed to perform in multiple applications with an unmatched performance/price ratio.
- Equipped with NIT proprietary InGaAs sensors, the NIT WiDy cameras offers natively High Dynamic Range and high-quality SWIR images in all lighting conditions.
- Easy to integrate thanks the different form factors, NIT WiDy are available in a broad range of output, from USB3.0 to GigE including CameraLink and analog output.
|Series Name||Model||Reading Mode||Frame Rate (fps)||Format||Resolution (H X V)||Interface|
|WiDySens Series||WiDy SenS 640M-ST||Global Shutter||230||1"||640 x 512||CameraLink|
|WiDySens Series||WiDy SenS 640M-STP||Global Shutter / Gated Mode||230||1"||640 x 512 ||CameraLink|
|WiDySens Series||WiDy SenS 640V-ST||Global Shutter||230||1"||640 x 512 ||USB 3.0|
|WiDySens Series||WiDy SenS 640V-STP||Global Shutter / Gated Mode||230||1"||640 x 512 ||USB 3.0|
|WiDySens Series||WiDy SenS 640G-STE||Global Shutter||225||1"||640 x 512||GigE|
|WiDySens Series||WiDy SenS 640 M-ST OEM||Global Shutter||230||-||640 x 512||CameraLink|
|WiDySens Series||WiDy SenS 640A-STE||Global Shutter||25||1"||640 x 512||Analog|
|WiDy SWIR Series||WiDy SWIR 320M-ST||Global Shutter||200||1/1.6"||320 x 256||CameraLink|
|WiDy SWIR Series||WiDy SWIR 320V-ST||Global Shutter||200||1/1.6"||320 x 256||USB 3.0|
|WiDy SWIR Series||WiDy SWIR 640M-SE||Global Shutter||100||1"||640 x 512||CameraLink|
|WiDy SWIR Series||WiDy SWIR 640A-S||Global Shutter||25||1"||640 x 512||Analog|
|WiDy SWIR Series||WiDy SWIR 640G-SE||Global Shutter||100||1"||640 x 512||GigE|
|WiDy SWIR Series||WiDy SWIR 640M-S||Global Shutter||100||1"||640 x 512||CameraLink|
|WiDy SWIR Series||WiDy SWIR 640V-S||Global Shutter||100||1"||640 x 512||USB 3.0|
|WiDy Nano Series||WiDy NaNo 640V-S||Global Shutter||100||1"||640 x 512||USB 3.0|
Native WDR Technology
What does Native WDR technology means?
Native WDR technology refers to NIT proprietary pixel design which operates in voltage domain as opposed to charge domain like traditional photodiodes. The Native WDR technology allows to design and build a variety of imaging sensors, operating in various wavelengths – visible, infrared and UV – which have the unique property of delivering an intrinsic large dynamic of more than 140dB.