Atlas SWIR IP67摄像机

Visible and Short Wave IR Camera

The Atlas™ SWIR is a GigE PoE+ camera featuring wide-band and high-sensitivity Sony SenSWIR 1.3 MP IMX990 and 0.3 MP IMX991 InGaAs sensors, capable of capturing images across both visible and invisible light spectrums, and boasting a miniaturized pixel size of 5μm. The camera’s capability of capturing on the short-wavelength infrared light spectrum opens up a world of industrial applications with greater precision in fruit inspection and sorting, packaging, IR microscopy, semiconductor inspection, material sorting and more.

The Atlas™ SWIR is packed with industrial features designed to provide reliable operation in challenging environments.


Power Over Ethernet (PoE+)


Active Sensor Alignment

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Robust M12 and M8 Connectors

100m Cable Lengths

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Explore our Atlas SWIR IP67 camera models

**Preliminary Data**    For an in-depth look at model specifications please click the part numbers below.

ModelsMPResolutionFPSSensorSensor SizePixel SizeShutterLens MountChroma / Sensitivity rangeInterface
ATP003-WC0.3 MP640 x 512 px256 fpsSony IMX991 CMOS1/4“5 µmGlobalCMono / 400nm to 1700nmM12 GigE Vision
ATP013-WC1.3 MP1280 x 1024 px90 fpsSony IMX990 CMOS1/2“5 µmGlobalCMono / 400nm to 1700nmM12 GigE Vision

Advanced SWIR Pixel Technology

What can a SWIR camera do?

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SWIR is sensitive to water and can be used to detect moisture in fruits and vegetables. Differences in moisture levels can show up as bruising in produce. In the example above, normal wavelengths (left) are unable to detect any bruising but SWIR can detect bruising in the apples (right).


Different objects of the similar color and shape can be hard to differentiate from each other. SWIR wavelengths are absorbed and reflected differently depending on the object’s material (right). This can be used to detect foreign objects that might overwise go undetected using visible light (left).


SWIR can be used to inspect silicon wafers as silicon becomes translucent at wavelengths around 1150nm (right). While visible light can be used to help detect issues on the front-side of the wafer (left), SWIR allows foreign objects or imperfections to show up more easily on both the front-side and back-side of the wafer.


Certain materials do not change color in the visible light spectrum as they heat up (left). SWIR is much more sensitive to detecting temperature changes from 100°C to over 1600°C in objects (right).

Images Source Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation:

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Thermoelectric Cooling (TEC) For Consistent Imaging Performance

SWIR TEC Cooling

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The Atlas SWIR camera is equipped with an integrated single-stage thermoelectric sensor cooling (TEC1) for superior image quality and extended operating temperature range. The TEC1 offers a Delta T up to 30°C. In addition, the Atlas SWIR IP67 camera integrates an internal heatsink to quickly dissipate sensor heat to the camera case. The TEC, combined with an internal heatsink and aluminum case design, allows consistent imaging performance between -20 to 50°C case temperature.