Sensors Unlimited, Inc. develops and manufactures indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) photodiodes, arrays, and cameras for near-infrared and shortwave infrared imaging applications. The company offers area cameras, linescan cameras, focal plane arrays, lenses and accessories, legacy cameras, microgimbals, and custom foundry services. Its products are used for military, security and surveillance, machine vision, photovoltaics, medical, spectroscopy, semiconductor inspection, instrumentation, thermography, and telecommunications, as well as defense, security, automated inspection, biomedical, spectroscopy, and solar cell inspection applications worldwide. The company was founded in 1991 and is he...
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Sensors Unlimited Introduces SWIR 2048-Pixel Line Scan Camera to Support Medical Diagnosis
Feb 2 15
Sensors Unlimited has introduced its fast 2k pixel shortwave infrared (SWIR) line scan camera. The GL2048R camera is specially-designed for applications in spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT), making it an ideal component for imaging the retina and choroid, the blood vessel below the retina. The higher speed of this new SWIR camera allows the entire front of the eye “ from the top of the cornea through to the bottom of the lens “ to be imaged in literally the blink of an eye. Thus, OCT systems that incorporate the GL2048R can be used at the front of the eye to measure corneal thickness, scar tissue and lens dimensions. The camera features the smallest linear array pixel pitch commercially available for the SWIR wavelength range. The resultant imaging width offers the potential to reduce the size of the optical components needed in OCT systems, as well as the overall system size. The speed of this camera minimizes motion blur while capturing the retina's full field of view. Its phase stability enables SD-OCT systems to measure and map the faster blood flows that occur in the larger vessels of the choroid.
Sensors Unlimited Receives Federal Contract for 'Small Swap Shortwave Infrared Camera Development for IDNST'
Oct 13 14
Office of Naval Research (Department of the Navy), ONR, has awarded a $1,642,475 federal contract on Aug. 6 for 'Small SWaP Shortwave Infrared Camera Development for IDNST'. The contract awarded to Sensors Unlimited Inc.