InGaAs Camera with Sensitivity in the Near-Infrared Region from 950 nm to 1700 nm—C14041-10U

Hamamatsu Photonics’ C14041-10U is an InGaAs camera that has sensitivity in the near-infrared region from 950 nm to 1700 nm. It includes a USB 3.0 interface port that supports exposure time adjustment and 14-bit image acquisition. This renders the C14041-10U suitable for use in a broad array of applications such as laser beam alignment, internal inspection of silicon wafers and devices, and assessment of solar cells.


  • Resolution of 320 × 256 pixels
  • High sensitivity in the near-infrared region
  • High-image-quality rolling shutter mode and the global shutter mode enable concurrent exposure to the whole screen mounted
  • Minimal noise and high stability with cooling
  • Frame rate of approximately 216 frames/second (rolling shutter mode)


  • EL/PL image acquisition
  • Internal inspections of silicon wafers and devices
  • Evaluation and analysis of optical communication devices
  • Evaluation of solar cells

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