MegaPixel SWIR Camera Claims No ITAR Export Restrictions

Princeton Infrared Technologies introduces what it is calling the world’s first MegaPixel (MP) shortwave-infrared (SWIR) camera with no ITAR export restrictions. The first camera in the family of SWIR imaging products with no ITAR restrictions is the 1280SciCam, with a 1280 x 1024 image sensor on a 12-µm pitch. It features long exposure times, low read noise, 14-bit digital output, and full frame rates up to 95 Hz. Designed for advanced scientific and astronomy applications, the camera detects light from the visible to the SWIR (0.4. to 1.7 microns). It is available with a variety of lens formats. PIRT’s 1280SciCam and LineCam12 cameras are now classified by the Export Administration Regulations as EAR 6A003.b.4.a for export.

 

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