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QI-SWIR-HD10

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The newest addition to a line of high-performance SWIR cameras developed by Quantum Imaging (a SCD USA subsidiary) - the high definition SWIR camera QI-SWIR-HD10 – will beintroduced at the October Washington DC AUSA convention. This SWIR HD camera’s superior laser see-spot performance, reliability under all battlefield conditions and low SWaP make it suitable for use in a variety of military and industrial applications, including laser beam profiling, semiconductor and solar cell production, enhanced vision and persistent surveillance.

With SCD’s latest Low SWaP 10μm pixel pitch detector, advanced programmable on-chip features and a very low noise performance, the QI-SWIR-HD10 camera provides extended spectral range, a full-frame 2-Dimensional capture and X-Y position of short duration laser pulses in both daytime and nighttime. Multiple asynchronous spots events can be tracked in the same FOV. This capability is completely independent of imaging, assuring optimal imaging capability with laser spot detection.

“Our new SWIR HD camera’s performance, reliability and low SWaP make it ideal for use in a variety of military and industrial applications including laser beam profiling, semiconductor and solar cell production, enhanced vision and persistent surveillance", explains David Gardner, QI Executive VP.

Following the successful alliance of eight months ago between SCD.USA Infrared, LLC (SCD.USA-IR) and Quantum Imaging, Quantum lately announced its expansion in space and investment in manufacturing and test equipment infrastructure, a growth that allows additional capacity in manufacturing, engineering and customer support.

“The combination of the larger space with SCD investments in new infrastructure is expected to increase Quantum’s camera production capacity by roughly 500% over its current level”, says Robert McDaniel, President and CEO of SCD.USA Infrared, LLC.