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Sensor Uses Thermoelectric Cooling

Mon, 06/16/2008 - 11:18am

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nextreme swirUtilizing thin-film thermoelectric coolers, Nextreme Thermal Solutions’ and Princeton Lightwave’s SWIR (short wave infrared) focal plane sensor features Indium Gallium Arsenide (InGaAs) 2-D focal plane arrays. The eye-safe device senses nightglow radiation at 1.6 um wavelengths. The imaging sensor is suited for weapon-sights and laser-based ranging, as well as night vision goggles and tracking devices.

Nextreme Thermal Solutions, Inc.
919-597-7348, www.nextreme.com

Princeton Lightwave, Inc.
609-495-2554, www.princetonlightwave.com

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