Near-infrared (NIR) DLP Products are optimized for 700 to 2500 nm and provide users exceptional performance for optical sensing applications requiring high signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). Advanced controller features enable programmable wavelength selection for single sensor designs in NIR spectroscopy or optical networking. These devices can also be used for non-contact 3D scanning using NIR structured light patterns in bright ambient light as well as targeting transparent or highly reflective objects.
Learn how millions of micromirrors work in a DLP chipset to provide high speed and precise pixel control.
Spectroscopy is a powerful technique for recognizing and characterizing physical materials through the variations in absorption or emission of different wavelengths of light by a material in any of the various physical phases: solid, liquid, gas, or plasma, and may be light emitting or light absorbing.
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