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NIRvana 640ST

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Princeton Instruments has introduced a new member of the NIRvana family of InGaAs imaging cameras, the NIRvana 640ST. The scientific-grade camera series uses a deep-cooled indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) focal plane array.

The NIRvana 640ST has been designed for scientific imaging applications in the shortwave infrared (SWIR). High resolution and sensitivity from 900 to 1,700nm help make the camera a perfect tool for standard SWIR fluorescence imaging, small animal imaging, astronomy, deep tissue imaging, and applications where short integration times in the SWIR region are required.

The 640ST offers either built-in air or liquid cooling, or a combination of the two, for use in thermally and vibration-sensitive environments. It also features a Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) data interface that allows remote operation from up to 50 metres and delivers a maximum frame rate of 110fps at full resolution.

The camera is available with the Princeton Instruments LightField data acquisition software, which affords complete control over all NIRvana hardware features via an intuitive user interface. LightField provides automatic defect correction, precision exposure control of up to minutes, and a host of innovative functions for easy capture and export of imaging and spectral data.