UV camera

The Ultra-violet imaging camera is a scientific instrument for use in identifying and measuring polluting gases in the troposphere.  The camera consists of a highly sensitive CCD array (1344 x 1024 pixels). The ultra-violet region of the electromagnetic spectrum can be exploited to measure several important polluting gases, including SO2, NO2, O3 and BrO among others. The SO2 imaging camera utilises the region from about 280 –320 nm, has a high quantum efficiency detector and operates from a laptop computer and 12V power supply.