Not Only Sony: Attollo Introduces SWIR Sensor with 5um Pixel Pitch

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Attollo Engineering introduces the Phoenix, a 640 x 512 SWIR camera based on its claimed to be the industry’s smallest VGA sensor with 5 µm InGaAs pixels.

"The Attollo Phoenix SWIR camera is a VGA format (640x512), uncooled SWIR camera featuring the industry’s smallest SWIR VGA sensor - 5um pixel size. The Phoenix captures snapshot SWIR imagery using Attollo Engineering’s high‑performance InGaAs detector material and the extremely small pixel pitch enables more pixels on target with a short focal length optic. The Phoenix’s sensor is designed specifically to support broadband imaging along with day and night laser see‑spot and range-gated imaging capabilities.

The high-performance, InGaAs 640 x 512, 5 µm pixel pitch SWIR camera’s spectral response ranges from 1.0 µm to 1.65 µm with more than 99.5% operability and greater than 70% quantum efficiency. Selectable frame rates include 30 Hz, 60 Hz, 120 Hz, and 220 Hz, with windowing available. The Phoenix has a global shutter imaging mode and presets and user-defined integration time of 0.1µs (minimum), plus triggering options of sync-in (low-latency see-spot and range-gating) and sync-out. Other specifications include onboard processing with non-uniformity corrections (NUCs) and bad pixel replacement.

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