Windowless Cameras

Windowless cameras are particularly useful for applications that are sensitive to interference fringes resulting from multiple reflections due to the existence of the glass window in front of the CMOS sensor. One example of such an application is laser beam profiling. In addition, windowless cameras are usually more sensitive to UV than their windowed counterpart, and hence the former might be useful for acquiring UV images.
Windowless Cameras
1.3MP Monochrome CMOS 8-bit - Unbuffered
1.3MP Monochrome CMOS 8-bit - Unbuffered
1.3MP Monochrome CMOS 10-bit - Buffered
1.3MP Monochrome CMOS 10-bit - Buffered
     
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