Electrophysics® Introduces the New Standard in Infrared Imaging for Demanding R&D and Thermography Applications

Share Article

The New Silver™ high-performance IR camera from Electrophysics boasts remarkable sensitivity, accuracy and ultra-fast frame rates.

For infrared applications where accuracy and precision are vital, users can turn to Electrophysics and its high-performance Silver infrared (IR) cameras. The ultimate solution for all thermography related applications, including R&D, NDT, target signature analysis and medical research, the Silver is designed specifically to meet the needs of the most demanding users of IR technology. Combining unmatched speed and sensitivity in a sleek, modern design, Electrophysics is proud to showcase the Silver at this year’s 2006 Photonics West expo.

The Silver utilizes an ultra-sensitive, 320x256 InSb focal plane array sensor that offers users sensitivity better than 20mK, while keeping an extraordinary dynamic range and high linearity across the 3 to 5μm mid-wave spectral range. The Silver incorporates an integral 25mm lens, featuring motorized focus and optional extenders that provide the application specific field of view and target geometry. The Silver also features low noise 14-bit digital electronics and user performed calibration, providing fully-radiometric IR imagery at any selected integration setting.

”When dealing with demanding infrared applications, users should never bargain with performance or precision, said Chris Alicandro, Director of Sales-Infrared Products for Electrophysics. “Offering features commonly associated with higher price point systems, the Silver boasts an impressive price to performance ratio that brings together the speed and accuracy, and more importantly, the reliability that users can depend on, all in an affordable package,” concluded Alicandro.

Users can also take advantage of the Silver’s ultra-fast frame rate. Electrophysics offers two Silver models, which have full format programmable frame rates, ranging from 1hz to 100hz for the Silver 420M and 1hz to 400hz for the Silver 450M. Both models also offer user-friendly and flexible sub-windowing modes, which are adjustable in 1 μs increments. In 80x64 sub-window format, users can capture infrared images at up to 1,000hz with the Silver 420M and up to 20,000hz with the Silver 450M. The Silver IR camera can also incorporate an optional internal filter wheel that accepts up to four separate 25mm OD x1mm filters for viewing sub-spectral ranges. Like all Electrophysics imaging solutions, the Silver is backed by Electrophysics’ knowledgeable and dedicated customer service support staff.

Headquartered in Fairfield, New Jersey, Electrophysics develops advanced near infrared, night vision and thermal imaging systems for use in a host of imaging applications. Since 1969, Electrophysics has maintained its focus on delivering products that reflect the company’s exceptional engineering capabilities to meet specific real world demands while keeping pace with rapidly evolving imaging technologies. The Company has realized exceptional growth as a result of its customer-centric philosophy and remains firmly committed to continually innovating its products in order to enhance the experience of end-users. Electrophysics is vertically integrated with expertise in complex signal processing, optics, embedded software, PC software applications development and hardware design.

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Kyle Kappmeier
Visit website