Raptor Ninox

  • Raptor launches the Ninox 640 SU, the best “scientific” SWIR camera in the World!

    Raptor launches the Ninox 640 SU, the best “scientific” SWIR camera in the World!

    High resolution, low noise, Deep cooled, digital SWIR camera

     has launched the Ninox 640 SU, a vacuum cooled InGaAs based camera with 640×512 sensor with a 15µm x 15µm pixel pitch for the highest spatial resolution. The Ninox 640SU is vacuum cooled to -80°C for ultra-long exposures of up to 5 minutes. Its ultra-low dark current and read-noise result in the best “scientific” SWIR camera on the market today. It is the perfect camera for staring applications in SWIR wavelengths (from 900nm – 1700nm) including NIR-II In-Vivo Imaging, Fluorescence Imaging and Astronomy.

  • Raptor Photonics Ninox 640 II VGA Resolution, Ultra Low Noise (18e-) , Cooled, Digital InGaAs Camera

    Raptor Photonics Ninox 640 II VGA Resolution, Ultra Low Noise (18e-) , Cooled, Digital InGaAs Camera

    The Raptor Photonics Ninox 640 II is the next generation of the highly successful Ninox 640. With an ultra low typical readout noise (rms) of 18 electrons and a typical dark current reading of <750e- at -15°C, the Ninox 640 II improves even further on it’s noise performance. The mechanical design of the camera is also much improved and the camera is significantly more compact than the initial Ninox 640. With dimensions of 87.30mm x 78.86mm x 79.30mm and weighing 550g, it is one of the most compact and lightweight scientific SWIR cameras available on the market.

  • Raptor launches NEW Ninox 1280 – VIS-SWIR imaging in HD

    Raptor launches NEW Ninox 1280 – VIS-SWIR imaging in HD

    Raptor Photonics, a global leader in the design and manufacture of high performance digital cameras has launched an additional member to its family of Visible SWIR cameras with the Ninox 1280, offering HD resolution for high end scientific and astronomy applications.

    Using a 1280 x 1024 InGaAs sensor, cooled to -15°C, the Ninox 1280 offers visible extension from 0.4µm to 1.7µm to enable high sensitivity imaging. The 10µm x 10µm pixel pitch enables the highest resolution imaging. It will offer less than 40 electrons readout noise combined with one of the lowest dark current readings on the market.  The camera will offer ultra-high intrascene dynamic range of 69dB enabling simultaneous capture of bright & dark portions of a scene.

    Available with a 12-bit CameraLink output, the Ninox 1280 will run up to 60Hz. The camera will feature On-board Automated Gain Control (AGC) which will enable the best contrast image from low light to bright as well as an on-board intelligent 3 point Non-Uniform Correction (NUC) algorithm providing the highest quality images. The camera comes with a range of analysis software including XCAP and Micromanager and a standard CameraLink frame grabber (EPIX).