Defence Vision Systems’ short-wave infrared camera is suitable for military applications and 360° panoramic viewing systems.
The SWIR camera weighs more than 1kg and operates on an input voltage of 12Vdc and typical power of 20W.
DVS’s SWIR camera can operate in temperature ranges between -30°C to 60°C. but can be stored in even more extreme temperatures of -40°C to 70°C. Shock and vibration details vary depending on customer specification, but are available on request.
The SWIR model is a round mono-body camera. measuring 153mm in length, 70mm in width and 73mm in height.
The SWIR camera has a range of optical features that can be specified depending on customer request:
- Lens fitting: C-mount (custom fittings on request)
- Digital output through GigE
- CCD type: InGaAs sensor operating in the wavelength between 900nm to 1700nm
- CCD format: 2/3in or 1in
- Active pixels: 320(H) x 256(V) or 640(H) x 512(V) – specify at time of order
- Image readout: user selectable through switch on rear of camera
- Digital GigE or analogue CCIR
Options and additional features
In addition to the customer specification features avaliable in the camera’s optics, the SWIR camera allows customers to have manual control of the camera functions using an onscreen menu. Other specification options include:
- Customer specific configurations
- Customer specific housing
- NIR lenses available on request
The SWIR camera connectors operate on Power 3-way Hirose HR30 models and through GigE control. The unit contains BNC analogue, and I/O 12-way HR30. The programme is for factory use only.
Designed and manufactured in the UK, DVS cameras are built to withstand the effects of shock, vibration and temperature up to defence standards.
All image intensified cameras are subject to UK export licence regulation. DVS reserve the right to modify the data outlined without prior notice (E & OE).