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Rugged Construction Makes SWIR Camera From SUI Goodrich Ideal for Military Imaging


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Sensors Unlimited Inc
: 01 April, 2010  (New Product)
The SU320HX SWIR camera features compact, rugged design with high image sensitivity and image enhancement functions
Rugged Construction Makes SWIR Camera From SUI Goodrich Ideal for Military Imaging
Sensors Unlimited of Goodrich ISR Systems announces a new mil-hardened, uncooled, InGaAs (indium gallium arsenide) SWIR (shortwave infrared) video camera for military applications. Small and ultra-compact, the high sensitivity SU320HX video camera is designed for use in military imaging systems that are deployed and operate in harsh environments under extremely rugged conditions. Built on Goodrich’s highly successful KT camera platform, the SU320HX also includes the recently announced image enhancement functions for backward compatibility in existing applications.

Shortwave infrared imaging systems, based on InGaAs technology, have the capability to image through atmospheric obscurants, such as haze, fog, smoke, and dust. This combines with the ability to image during daytime or nighttime, including “crossover” hours at dawn and dusk, making InGaAs-SWIR video cameras especially useful for surveillance in manned and unmanned airborne and/or ground systems. Also ideal for surveillance applications and marine intelligence tasks, the Goodrich SU320HX solid-state camera is smaller, lighter weight and consumes much less power than cooled mid-wave or long-wave infrared imagers and the competing germanium-based IR cameras.

Sensors Unlimited’s new mil-hardened camera will premier at SPIE’s Defense, Security and Sensing (DSS) show, April 6-8, 2010 in Orlando, FL. Please stop by Goodrich’s booth #825 for a demonstration.
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