CinCam InGaAs/Goldeye SWIR

CinCam InGaAs/Goldeye SWIR

Sensitivity

High QE 900 - 1700 nm or 400 -1700 nm

Large active area

As large as 15.9 x 12.7 mm

Small pixel pitch

As low as 5 µm (minimum beam size ~50 µm)

ISO Standard

ISO 11145, 11146, 11554, 11670, 13694

Main features

Beam width, Centroid, Pointing stability, Divergence, Beam Quality

Interface

GigE Ethernet (or USB3.0 with adapter)

The CinCam InGaAs is a complete turn-key solution for laser beam profiling of laser which wavelengths are in the range of 900 to 1800 nm.

The CinCam InGaAs combines a machine vision grade SWIR InGaAs camera with the advanced beam profiling software RayCi allowing simple and accurate laser beam analysis according to ISO standards.

The thermo-electric cooling (TEC1) ensures stable, repeatable and quantitative measurements in any environment (laboratory or industrial).

The CinCam InGaAs solution includes:

  • 1 of the 5 Goldeye SWIR cameras:
    • CinCam 320/Goldeye G-008 TEC1 with 320 x 256 pixels and 30 µm pitch
    • CinCam 640/Goldeye G-033 TEC1  with 640 x 512 pixels and 15 µm pitch
    • CinCam 656/Goldeye G-030 TEC1 with 656 x 520 pixels and 5 µm pitch
    • CinCam 636/Goldeye G032 TEC1 with 636 x 508 pixels and 25 µm pitch
    • CinCam 1280/Goldeye G-130 TEC1 with 1280 x 1024 pixels and 5 µm pitch
  • 1 CinCam kit:
    • 1 RayCi software license (Standard or Pro) with USB dongle*
    • 1 C-mount to SM1 adapter
    • 1 mounted absorptive ND filter, OD3.0, AR coated: 1050-1700nm
    • 1 SM1 end cap
    • 1 power supply
    • 1 ethernet cable
    • 1 pelican case

*includes free SDK for C/C++, Python, LabVIEW

Featured by Allied Vision

 

Description

CinCam SWIR InGaAs bea profiling camera solution

CinCam InGaAs is a plug-and-play solution including a SWIR InGaAs beam profiling camera and a dedicated laser beam profiling software called RayCi. The camera comes with GigE ethernet interface or USB using a simple adapter.

The CinCam InGaAs combines a machine vision grade SWIR InGaAs camera with the advanced beam profiling software RayCi allowing simple and accurate laser beam analysis according to ISO standards.

The thermo-electric cooling (TEC1) ensures stable, repeatable and quantitative measurements in any environment (laboratory or industrial).

The CinCam InGaAs solution includes:

  • 1 of the 3 Goldeye SWIR cameras:
    • CinCam 320/Goldeye G008 TEC1 with 320 x 256 pixels and 30µm pitch
    • CinCam 640/Goldeye G033 TEC1  with 640 x 512 pixels and 15µm pitch
    • CinCam 636/Goldeye G032 TEC1 with 636 x 508 pixels and 25µm pitch

Goldeye cameras are short-wave infrared cameras (SWIR) featuring InGaAs sensor technology making them sensitive in the short wave infrared spectrum ranging from 900 nm to 1,700 nm. They are the perfect choice for demanding and cost sensitive industrial applications beyond the visible spectrum. They are available with either a Camera Link or a GigE Vision interface, and with TEC1 and TEC2 thermo-electric cooling, or TECless (without thermo-electric cooling) options.

New InGaAs beam profiling cameras

The new the Goldeye G/CL-033 is a TECless InGaAs camera that is most suited for demanding, and cost-sensitive short-wave infrared applications. In temperature-stable environments, the camera delivers high quality images with outstanding low noise performance (low read-out noise of 32 electrons in high gain mode).

Advanced background correction functionalities can be used to further improve the image quality. With up to 301 frames per second at full resolution the Goldeye G/CL-033 TECless is the fastest VGA resolution short-wave infrared camera with Camera Link and GigE Vision interface. It also offers low power consumption of 6 W (<7.5 W with PoE) compared to more than 10W for a camera with a single-stage thermo-electric cooling element (TEC1).

The Goldeye G/CL-008 Cool TEC1, is an InGaAs SWIR camera for applications with high temperature fluctuations. The camera is equipped with a nitrogen filled cooling chamber which encloses the sensor including the single-stage thermo-electric cooler (TEC1) to enable low-noise imaging in the spectral range from 900 nm to 1,700 nm. This avoids condensation on the sensor and makes the camera especially useful in warm and humid environments. The camera also features a controllable fan to further enhance the efficiency of the cooling. The InGaAs sensor is by default stabilized and calibrated at +5°C. A temperature difference of up to ΔT=30°C from the sensor towards the housing can be reached.

illustrates CinCam InGaAs SWIR beam profiler
CinCam InGaAS beam profiler