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In many different industries, quality inspection relies heavily on SWIR (short-wavelength infrared) image sensors. To find tiny flaws or pollutants that are invisible to the human eye, product inspections might make use of the SWIR spectrum, a region of the infrared spectrum outside the visible light band.
Only a lesser size is actually realised by the SWIR image sensor. The dynamic range of this image sensor, which includes the visible light spectrum, is unmatched. There is a tale of difficulties that were unheard of during the construction of this unique image sensor.
The SWIR image sensor makes use of these qualities to visualise what the human eye is unable to see. It differs characteristically from visible light in terms of reflection and absorption.
In the meanwhile, some materials enable SWIR light to pass through, making it feasible to see what is concealed behind them.
The Global SWIR Image Sensor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
SenSWIRTM technology has allowed Sony to overcome difficulties with pixel shrinking in the IMX990 and IMX991 in order to provide sensors that are small, high-resolution, and capable of imaging from visible light to SWIR wavelengths.
Global shutter sensors like the IMX990 and IMX991 with digital outputs enable various features and functionalities in industrial camera applications including ROI and Trigger Mode.
The IMX990 and IMX991’s improvements in performance and functionality pave the way for the creation of SWIR industrial cameras and inspection equipment for a variety of applications, including inspection, identification, and measurement.
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