Infrared cameras are used for image processing applications in the spectral range from 0.9 µm to 14 µm. This range is not accessible to the human eye. The long-wave ranges between 3-14 µm (MWIR and LWIR) are preferably used in thermal imaging in the medical field, rescue services or also for finding defects in electrics, electronics and construction, but also in research.
The short-wave infrared range (SWIR) of 900 - 2500 nm is particularly attractive for image processing. Imaging in this spectral range simplifies applications such as wafer and solar cell inspection, fruit sorting, plant growth monitoring or security feature detection.
The compact Xenics Bobcat 320 camera series provides high sensitivity in the short wave infrared, in a size, weight and power optimized package.
The Acuros Series of VIS-SWIR cameras enable high resolution with up to 1920x1080 pixel in a spectral range of 400-1700 nm.
The Xenics Gobi camera series provide high accuracy thermography measurements with a sensitivity of down to 50 mK.
The Cheetah camera series by Xenics, as world's fastest InGaAs-camera, delivers up to 1700 VGA-Frames per second for demanding applications in high speed.
The Xenics Tigris camera series allows for fast and high quality mid-infrared imaging between 3 and 5 microns.
The uncooled microbolometer camera modules of the Dione series by Xenics offer highest performance in smallest space.
Xenics' Xeva eSWIR cameras with their thermo-electrically cooled T2SL detector, cover an extended range from 1000 - 2350 nm.
The Xenics Xeva 320 series provides a very flexible camera, especially suited for research and development applications.
The Xenics Wildcat 640 camera series combines a wide dynamic range, low noise and low dark current InGaAs sensor in a high performance camera.
The thermally stabilized Xenics Bobcat 640 series ensures constant high image quality in various conditions.
The Xenics Bobcat Gated series with its high sensitivity InGaAs detector has been developed for short integration times in the sub-microsecond range.
With line rates of up to 40 kHz, the Xenics Lynx SQ cameras enable fast acquisition for demanding machine vision applications.