Digital cameras are today a commodity in various industrial and scientific applications such as classical image processing, microscopy, machine vision, astronomy, fundamental research, quality control and many other applications.
High sensitivity, low readout noise, high resolution, low dark current, interface type, frame rate, dark current, spectral bandwidth and much more, are some important parameters to consider when selecting the appropriate device or solution.
We provide an extensive range of cameras and camera solutions for equally wide application ranges to meet the demand of users today. Below you will find our offering for your particular needs and demands.
High Speed Cameras
CQD® SWIR Cameras
Teraherz Imaging Technology
An extensive range of cooled full-frame CCD cameras for imaging and spectroscopy in the range of X-ray to near-infrared (NIR) is offered. The new Terahertz imaging technologies are now available as well as the SWIR imaging sensor for short wave infrared applications
Perfect high-speed cameras for recording short and extreamly fast events. Best fit for automotive crash tests, range testes or other applications where operator interaction is not possible. This product family starts with the ultra small MICRO-G1 camera and ends with the L-PRI camera with stunning 128 GB built-in image memory.
With the patented innovation of a moving sensor Sound Scanners are able to simulate up to 480 microphone positions on a circular area while using only five built-in microphones. Comparable acoustic cameras are normally equipped with about 100 microphones. This advantage has significant impact on the measurement quality. The unique mobility and handling and high-quality measurement results make the Sound Scanner P132 a modern high-performance measurement device that can be used and transported easily. No laptop, power adapter or data recorder needed – more space for other things.
The selection comprises of a range of high-speed cameras, machine vision cameras, scientific cameras including spectroscopy solutions, polarization, Terahertz, SWIR as well as hyperspectral solutions