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InGaAs area image sensor for hyperspectral cameras

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Hamamatsu Photonics has developed an InGaAs area image sensor for hyperspectral cameras, capable of detecting shortwave infrared light up to 2.55µm.

Hamamatsu’s InGaAs image sensor, G14674-0808W, is fabricated using compound opto-semiconductor manufacturing technology. 

Installing this new InGaAs area image sensor into hyperspectral cameras for plastic recycling will boost the recycling rate. Hyperspectral cameras can screen and sort plastics containing flame-retardant resin to separate them out from other plastics, which has been extremely difficult up until now.

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