InGaAs Camera from BaySpec

InGaAs Camera from BaySpec
BaySpec Inc.

The Nunavut from BaySpec Inc., Fremont, CA, is a line of InGaAs cameras/detectors for low-light spectroscopy in the near-IR (NIR) region. Features include 900–1700 nm, 1100–2200, and 1250–2500 nm wavelength ranges; real-time spectral DA; hermetic/vacuum sealing for operation in harsh environments; 5 V power supply design; and soft cooling to –20°C or deep air cooling to –55°F. Water cooling to –90°C is optional. Each camera is factory calibrated after extensive thermal cycling. The control electronics read out the processed digital signal; both the raw and processed data are available to the host. The camera is suited for use in the biomedical, pharmaceutical, chemical, food, semiconductor, homeland security, and optical telecommunications industries.

Contact Info

Company: BaySpec Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 510-661-2008

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