The AG-7000 is scheduled for discontinuation. Last orders must be received by October 1, 2019, but sensor supplies are limited, so order fulfillment is not guaranteed and will be handled on a first-come, first-served basis.
The AG-7000 features a 2/3” interlaced CCD, which is fiber-optically coupled to an 18 mm Gen III Ultra intensifier tube to deliver outstanding low-light sensitivity as low as 1 x 10-7 lux at the face plate. It is one of the smallest intensified cameras in its class, yet it is both durable and filled with added functions not typically available in small intensified cameras.
The AG-7000 is not offered in all countries. The AG-7000 is an ITAR-controlled product and an export license is required for shipment outside the U.S.
Auto-gating for day/night operation
The AG-7000 features full auto-gating to automatically protect the sensor against bright environments and enable the camera to be safely used in a variety of day/night applications.
Integrated 3-axis controller
The AG-7000 is equipped with an integrated 3-axis lens controller for use with motorized lenses. Operators can use a software-based graphical user interface (GUI) to remotely control the focus, zoom, or iris settings on standard motorized lenses.
Here are a few applications where AG-7000 cameras are especially suitable
AG-7000 ICCD cameras provide ultra low-light sensitivity needed for a number of specialized machine vision applications.
Law enforcement and security
Night vision capabilities and remote lens control enable wide area surveillance even under cloudy starlight conditions.
Fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) and reflectance oximetry for examining retinal blood vessels are just two examples where extreme low-light imaging capability can be used in life sciences applications.
Scientific (physics) applications
Plasma dynamics and electrical discharge analysis are two applications where subtle light phenomena must be captured by ICCD cameras.
Aircraft and underwater imaging
Intensified cameras help guide airplanes in dark conditions and provide the low-light imaging capability needed to capture underwater scenes and lifeforms with minimal artificial lighting.