Low Cost HD SWIR Sensor for Mass-Market Applications

Low Cost HD SWIR Sensor for Mass-Market Applications

While SWIR cameras have been solving complex vision challenges by utilizing an exotic compound of materials (InGaAs), they have not been available until recently for mass-market applications. TriEye now introduces a CMOS-based HD SWIR sensor that is finally enabling SWIR to enter mainstream usage.

Image 1 | The CMOS-based SWIR sensor Raven has a resolution of 1,284X960 Pixel, a sensor spectrum of 0.4-1.6µm and a maximum speed of 120fps (full frame). The sensors are manufactured at a cost one thousand times lower than that of InGaAs-based SWIR sensors. (Image: TriEye Technologies, LTD.)

Image 1 | The CMOS-based SWIR sensor Raven has a resolution of 1,284X960 Pixel, a sensor spectrum of 0.4-1.6µm and a maximum speed of 120fps (full frame). The sensors are manufactured at a cost one thousand times lower than that of InGaAs-based SWIR sensors. (Image: TriEye Technologies, LTD.)

Resolution: 1284X960 Pixel

Sensor Spectrum: 0.4µm-1.6µm

Shutter Mode: Global/Rolling

Maximum speed: 120fps (full frame)

InGaAs-based sensors involve multiple complex steps, which reduce the yield and make the technology prohibitively expensive. Therefore, it mainly services niche industries who can afford the high cost and require low volume like the science, aerospace, and defence industries. Due to its high price and the limited capability to scale the manufacturing, InGaAs-based technology is not adopted by mass-market applications which can highly benefit from SWIR capabilities, such as seeing in adverse conditions or remote material sensing.

Table 1 | Comparison of the TriEye Raven SWIR sensor with typical InGaAs sensors and the Sony VIS-/SWIR sensor IMX990. (Image: TriEye Technologies, LTD.)

Table 1 | Comparison of the TriEye Raven SWIR sensor with typical InGaAs sensors and the Sony VIS-/SWIR sensor IMX990. (Image: TriEye Technologies, LTD.)

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