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Near-IR InGaAs Camera for Solar Cell, Semiconductor and Optics Analysis – C12741-11

The C12741-11 near-infrared (NIR) camera available from Hamamatsu uses a 640 × 512 pixel InGaAs sensor. Features like -70°C peltier cooling enables imaging with long exposure time and also minimizes dark current, leading to better image quality.

The C12741-11 camera is capable of sensing weak IR light signals with a high signal-to-noise (S/N) ratio, but images of these signals are rather difficult to capture with CMOS or CCD camera. The C12741-11 is ideal for evaluating optical communication or solar cell devices.

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Key Features

  • Low dark current with -70°C peltier cooling (water cooling)
  • Resolution: 640 × 512 pixels
  • High sensitivity in NIR region
  • Can be exchanged between water/air cooling


  • LED failure analysis
  • Semiconductor failure analysis
  • Optical communication device analysis
  • Solar cell evaluation
  • Non-invasive in-vivo imaging
  • EL/PL image acquisition

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