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Hamamatsu Photonics has introduced the C10633, an InGaAs camera featuring spectral sensitivity in the infrared region from 900nm to 1700nm. With excellent quantum efficiency, more than 80 per cent at 1500nm, it provides superior imaging quality and offers high QE, greater than 50 per cent, in the visible region.

The C10633-13 and -23 support standard video output (either EIA 60Hz or CCIR 50Hz) and USB 2.0 interface for 14-bit image acquisition with exposure time control. The camera is ideal for many IR applications such as IR reflectography (art inspection), Silicon wafer inspection, laser beam measurement, recycling, and solar cell evaluation, among others.