Obzerv PIC-75 INTENSIFIED CCD CAMERA is a compact and lightweight night vision camera core. The PIC-75 will amplify low light in a wide range of wavelength hence revealing more details of the scene of interest in total darkness. This core module is composed of a high performance image intensifier coupled to a CCD sensor. It includes all the high voltage power supplies required for efficient fast gating. The image intensifier is an electro-optical component based on a Micro Channel Plate (MCP). The MCP amplifies electronically an image focused onto a photocathode. The intensified image is then transmitted from the intensifier phosphor screen to a CCD sensor by means of a proprietary fiber optic bundle coupling. The camera can be operated in continuous mode or gated at high frequencies. For range-gated camera applications, the PIC-75 offers considerable capabilities with a gating frequency up to 75 kHz.
Unlike Electron Multiplying CCD cameras (EMCCD), the PIC-75 does not require cooling of its CCD sensor, thus avoiding condensation problems. The PIC-75 camera can be configured in progressive scan mode providing better image quality without any frame to frame artifacts for highly dynamic scenes. With a physical size of 124 mm x 79 mm x 39 mm and weighting only 320 g, this Passive ICCD Camera is one of the smallest and lightest integrated core module on the market.
This core module can be used in a wide variety of applications, but if you are looking for a product that matches the stringent requirements of tactical situational awareness, the Passive Intensified CCD – PIC-75 is exactly what you need.
- Tactical Situational Awareness