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Attollo Engineering has launched a 640 x 512 shortwave infrared (SWIR) camera using a VGA sensor with a 5 µm pixel pitch (writes Nick Flaherty). The Phoenix InGaAs uncooled SWIR camera is suited to being integrated into small gimbals and other low-SWaP devices, for example for precision agriculture. The camera’s spectral response ranges from 1.0 to 1.65 µm, with more than 99.5% operability and greater than 70% quantum efficiency. Selectable frame rates include 30, 60, 120 and 220 Hz, with windowing available. The Phoenix has a global shutter imaging mode, and presets and a user-defined integration time of 0.1 µs (minimum).  Attollo rises with Phoenix Imaging The Phoenix SWIR camera is suited to integration into low- SWaP devices