Large Format IR Cameras have modular design
 
Large Format IR Cameras have modular design.
Large Format IR Cameras have modular design.

May 23, 2003 07:40 - Phoenix? cameras include near-, midwave-, and longwave-IR cameras manufactured with proprietary CMOS readout integrated circuits. They offer 14-bit extended dynamic range with resolutions of 320 x 256 or 640 x 512 pixels. Phoenix NIR is equipped with InGaAs detector, MWIR features InSb detector, and LWIR sensor has QWIP (Quantum-Well Photodetector). Offerings include snapshot pixel exposure, adjustable gain, variable exposure times, and windowing capability.

Indigo Systems' Large Format Phoenix Cameras Available, Ready to Deliver

May 15, 2003 ¨C Goleta, CA ¨C The Phoenix? family of large format infrared (IR) cameras from Indigo Systems is now available for immediate delivery. The near-, midwave-, and longwave-IR cameras are manufactured in-house with Indigo's proprietary CMOS readout integrated circuits (ROICs) and feature 14-bit extended dynamic range with excellent resolution, available at 320 x 256 or 640 x 512 pixels. Flexible, modular design, rugged housing and compact size make these cameras ideal for industrial, scientific and military applications.

The Phoenix NIR large format camera is equipped with an InGaAs (Indium Gallium Arsenide) detector, the MWIR features an InSb (Indium Antimonide) and the LWIR sensor is QWIP (Quantum-Well Photodetector). The Phoenix family of cameras offers many advanced features, such as snapshot (simultaneous) pixel exposure, adjustable gain, variable exposure times, high frame rate and windowing capability, and invert/revert. The compact camera head housing is an ideal enclosure for severe environmental conditions. Optional optics, e.g. microscopes and telescopes, are also available.

All three Phoenix infrared camera heads are compatible with Indigo Systems' new Rtools? software suite, designed to acquire, radiometrically calibrate, process, analyze, and archive data from advanced, digital infrared imaging systems. The RTools software kit offers the advanced IR camera user the capability to realize spatial, temporal, and spectral radiometric data in units of absolute or contrast radiance, irradiance, radiant intensity and temperature.

Indigo Systems Corporation (www.indigosystems.com), based in Goleta, California, is a premier developer and supplier of advanced infrared cameras and components, covering the entire infrared spectrum including near-, midwave-, and longwave-IR. Since 1996, Indigo has provided IR cameras, software, and enclosure solutions for commercial, industrial, security, military and R&D applications. Indigo Systems is a next-generation IR company, whose unique structure and mix of commercial and defense expertise allows it to deliver military-grade infrared products while driving down costs to enable new, commercial applications of infrared cameras.
Contacts:

General Information:
Aileen Wrench
USA
Phone: 805-964-9797
FAX: 806-685-2711

Company Information:
Name: Indigo Systems Corp.
Address: 5385-T Hollister Ave., Suite 103
City: Santa Barbara
State: CA
ZIP: 93111
Country: USA
Phone: 805-964-9797
FAX: 805-964-7708


 
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