Phoenix Engineering Rugged Low light Cameras
The Phoenix Engineering team brings an average of 30 years engineering development experience in a number of related hardware design, avionics, electro optics, optics, software development, and engineering support disciplines. We are in a unique position to be able to help with product selection and provide custom solutions.
Phoenix Engineering Inc. is a Woman Owned Small Business featuring a group of very experienced avionics specialists. The Company is headquartered in Norcross, Georgia. The company is 100% US owned and is eligible for small business set-asides as described by the US Federal Government FARs (Federal Acquisition Regulations) and fulfills government contractor set-aside requirements including the new 8(m) category for underrepresented small business NAICS.
GSA pricing is available.
Applications of our camera range include:
- Airborne or ground-based electro-optics systems
- Long-range surveillance
- Laser spot imaging: from 800nm to 1.06μm with EMCCD; from 900nm to 1.7μm with SWIR
- Long-range target identification
- Active SWIR imaging
Rugged low-light cameras for defence and security applications
Phoenix Engineering Inc. possesses an extensive understanding of the high-performance camera markets, where reliability and low failure rate are common. We offer:
- High-end surveillance / CCTV
- Defense and military
- Homeland security
Ultra-compact, rugged EMCCD cameras
Phoenix Engineering Inc. offers a wide range of ultra compact, rugged and high performance cameras such as the HAWK EMCCD, the FALCON EMCCD and the OWL SWIR. ?The HAWK camera is the smallest and most rugged EMCCD camera in the world. It has been specifically designed for integration into imaging systems such as small EO/IR surveillance platforms. It is small, lightweight, rugged and low power; it is therefore the ideal camera for OEM and integrators. The HAWK camera (monochrome or colour) is available in analogue or digital format.
The digital FALCON EMCCD camera combines high sensitivity, speed and high resolution. It uses Texas Instruments’ one megapixel frame transfer impactron device which provides QE up to 65%.
FALCON EM285 comes with a standard camera link output. It is the smallest and most rugged 1MP EMCCD camera in the world. It is ideally suited for any low light imaging application such as hyperspectral imaging, X-ray Imaging and low light surveillance. It is small, lightweight, low power and is therefore the ideal camera for OEM and integrators.
Short wave infrared camera
The OWL SW1.7 is a world leading camera using InGaAs technology for near and short wave infrared imaging. It offers the latest SWIR sensor technology providing unprecedented day-night surveillance performance. Featuring a State of the Art high sensitivity InGaAs FPA sensor, developed by Alcatel-Thales III-V lab, the OWL SW1.7 offers pixels resolution of 320×256, with pixel pitch of 30μm x 30μm.
The OWL SW1.7 series offers high sensitivity response in the range 0.9 to 1.7μm, allowing exposure time from 500ns to 500ms, to give optimum image quality in all conditions.
Full customized solutions
In addition to our wide range of standard products, Phoenix Engineering Inc. has the capability and expertise to create an entirely customised camera. We can also tailor our existing products in order to ensure easy integration and interfacing within your system. The vast majority of our OEM customers have some type of camera modification requirements.
Phoenix Engineering’s customization abilities offer a broad range of options for selecting a camera module that will work reliably and match your specific application in every aspect. Below is a list of options we can offer:
- Sensor options: CMOS, CCD, EMCCD, InGaAS, intensified CCD or
CMOS – Monochrome, Colour, Interline, progressive scan, mega pixel, full HD
- Communication options: RS232, RS485
- Digital output options: CameraLink, GigE, LVDS (RS644). USB
- Video output options: PAL. NTSC, Hotlink II, ITU-R BT.656-4
- Camera options: mechanical re-design to customer specification, remote heads, electronic re-design to customer specifications, flexible voltage supply, increased resistance to shock, vibrations and temperature (according to the housing specification)