sCMOS Scientific Cameras for Extreme Imaging Environments

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1600s

Radiation tolerant for quantitative measurements

The 1600s is built to perform when radiation tolerance is mandatory due to the harsh environment of the application. The 1600S accommodates a variety of large area, large pixel sCMOS sensors that are thermoelectrically (TE) cooled to reduce dark current.

RVT100

Radiation & vacuum tolerant for qualitative measurements

The RVT100 is a robust machine vision CMOS camera, specifically engineered for monitoring in harsh environments where imaging systems must be radiation tolerant and vacuum compatible.

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​Learn how the 1600s and RVT 100 were custom designed for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) to image implosion and study the integrity of optics used to focus 192 laser beams onto small targets at the National Ignition Facility.

As featured in:

"Development of Radiation Tolerant monitor cameras used at National Ignition Facility"

“1600s CMOS Camera Platform Development Technology and Timeline” White Paper By: Gary Sims, Ph.D. President and CTO

“Imaging Applications in Extreme Environments” White Paper By: By: Gary Sims, Ph.D. President/CTO & Daniel A. Gilmore, Spectral Instruments Application Scientist

Learn more about Custom Development for Novel Applications, OEM partnerships and Fiber Optic Sensor Bonding.

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