The NSC1801 line scan sensor from NIT was designed initially for imaging linearly moving objects with high frame rate, high sensitivity and low noise. Its pixel has the world’s smallest size of 7.5µm, contributing lower manufacturing costs without increasing the cost of lenses.
Now NIT is pleased to release an updated version of NSC1801, where all key parameters have been reworked and overall performances improved. NSC1801 is currently installed in NIT Lisa SWIR cameras.
|Pixel size 7.5×7.5µm||Lowest pixel size in the industry to capture sharp details|
|Resolution 2048 pixels||Large field of view compatible with most lenses from the market|
|Three gain modes available||Allows selecting the best dynamic range for the scene.|
|QE >85%||Boost sensitivity to the maximum available|
|Line rate up to 60KHz||For imaging fast-moving objects|
|Exposure time 10µs to 220ms||Fully configurable for capturing the best signal-to-noise ratio|
NSC1801 fully benefits from NIT’s new manufacturing factory installed in our brand-new clean room, which includes our high-yield hybridization process. Our new facility allows for covering the full design and manufacturing cycle of these sensors in volume with a level of quality never achieved before.
Moreover, NSC1801 was designed with the objective of addressing new markets that could not invest in expensive and difficult to use SWIR cameras. The SWIR camera based on NSC1801 exhibits the lowest price point on the market even in unit quantity.
Typical applications for NSC1801 are waste sorting, semiconductor and photovoltaic cell inspection, food and vegetable inspection and pharmaceutical inspection.
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