Electrophysics Introduces New Near Infrared Camera for R&D Applications

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Electrophysics has introduced a new near-infrared imaging camera for use with spectroscopy, laser beam profiling and infrared analysis in the wavelength range from visible to 2 microns.

Electrophysics has introduced a new near-infrared imaging camera for use with spectroscopy, laser beam profiling and infrared analysis in the wavelength range from visible to 2 microns. The new MicronViewer 7292M is extremely useful for R&D applications requiring high-quality imaging performance, flexibility for image analysis and maximum stability.

The 7292M camera features a separate camera head and control unit facilitating adjustments while the camera is in use. Front panel controls allow for a variety of different optimization methods. Controls for auto/manual gain and black level selection permit the maximum possible contrast enhancement for the most demanding of low contrast imaging applications. Shading controls and gamma correction permit the optimization of image uniformity. A number of interchangeable lenses and filters are available for the MicronViewer which further allows users to optimize the camera for specific applications.

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.

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