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Sensors Unlimited

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Founded: 1991
Founders: Prof. Stephen Forrest, Greg Olsen
Product/Service: InGaAs technology, products, and shortwave IR imaging solutions
Location: Princeton, NJ
Acquired By: Goodrich Corporation, Optical and Space Systems Division Nov 1, 2005

Short wave infrared linear arrays and near-infrared cameras meet many application needs in such diverse applications as defense, security, automated inspection, biomedical, spectroscopy and solar cell inspection. Sensors Unlimited, Inc. produces NIR and SWIR cameras and arrays - all based on InGaAs imaging technology - that see beyond the visible wavelength spectrum. [Sensors Unlimited Website, Home]

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military and aerospace electronics logoApr 2, 2009

Military shortwave infrared cameras benefit from Sensors Unlimited 50 millimeter lens for SWIR cameras

PRINCETON, NJ Sensors Unlimited Inc. in Princeton, N.J., is introducing the high performance SWIR optimized 50-millimeter lens for shortwave infrared cameras used in advanced military infrared imaging and other shortwave infrared viewer applications in the 0.7 to 1.7 micron spectral range.

The SWIR camera lens is ruggedly designed for military infrared imaging applications, as well as other industrial and commercial infrared camera applications.

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goodrich logoSep 6, 2005

Goodrich to Acquire Sensors Unlimited, Inc. -- Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) Technology Innovators

Addition of SWIR aligns with existing Goodrich intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems

CHARLOTTE, NC — Goodrich Corporation (NYSE: GR) announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Sensors Unlimited, Inc. The $60 million cash transaction, which has been approved by the Boards of Directors of Goodrich and Sensors Unlimited, Inc. is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2005. The transaction is subject to approval by U.S. regulatory agencies. 2005 sales for the new business are expected to be $19 million.

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