The Cheetah-640-CL camera is the fastest InGaAs infrared camera in the world. The camera has been designed for applications where high speed imaging matters. Whether for adaptive optics, spectral analysis in the SWIR band, tracking of fast and hot objects, electro-coalescence, etc.
This unit is equipped with a dedicated high speed InGaAs detector array working up to 1.7 μm and comes in three speed versions: 400, 800 and 1700 Hz. It allows you to visualize the ultra high speed features of your specific research application.
The TE1-cooling reduces dark current and improves signal to noise ratios for contrast-rich and stable imaging performance.
The camera head interfaces to your frame grabbing system via CameraLink (base, full or dual medium – depending on the version).
The Cheetah-640-CL is delivered with a software development kit which offers direct access to various camera settings and allows easy integration with your own high speed image grabbing system.
The Cheetah-640CL TE3 camera is a high resolution, compact infrared camera, equipped with a dedicated low noise InGaAs detector array working from 0.9 μm up to 1.7 μm.
With its TE3 cooled sensor and water-cooled camerahead, the Cheetah-640CL TE3 is a highly sensitive camera achieving ultra low dark current at long integration times. It offers you an excellent measurement tool to image low light levels in the SWIR range such as for semiconductor failure analysis or for luminescence spectroscopy applications.
The Cheetah-640CL TE3 is delivered with a software development kit which offers direct access to various camera settings and allows easy integration with your own CameraLink image grabbing system.