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Xenics Bobcat

Compact shortwave infrared (SWIR) camera

The Xenics Bobcat series of InGaAs cameras provides customers with exceptional performance when working in the SWIR part of the spectrum.

The detectors can see through glass which makes the use of standard C-mount lenses a possibility, although high specification SWIR tuned lenses are also available to enhance image quality. Triggering is a common feature across the range, as is the ability to adjust integration time.



Reasons to choose the Xenics Bobcat

Excellent image quality

The Xenics Bobcat 640 is the smallest, high performance SWIR camera in the world. The thermoelectric cooling ensures that the sensor has excellent low noise and low dark current characteristics. This perfectly supports imaging with long exposure times.

Wide coverage of wavelengths

The camera can be supplied with a 0.9 μm to 1.7 μm sensitivity range or an optional Visual NIR version from 0.4 μm to 1.7 μm for extended flexibility.

High speeds on industry standard interfaces

The camera offers frequencies from 100 to 400 images per second (Bobcat-320) and transfers its data with either CameraLink or GigE Vision. Thanks to these standardized industrial imaging interfaces, a wide variety of software can be used for data processing.

Flexible configuration options

The Xenics Bobcat 320 uncooled camera is an affordable option for SWIR imaging. Output options range from CameraLink through GigE. A gated model exists which offers an integration time down to 80 ns making this an ideal camera for imaging of very hot or fast moving objects.


Specifications

  • Sensor: InGaAs detector with >99% pixel operability
  • Resolution: 320 x 256 pixels or 640 x 512 pixels
  • Frame rate: up to 400 Hz
  • Responsitivity: 0.9 µm to 1.7 µm sensitivity (0.4 µm option)
  • Lens mount: C-mount
  • I/O: analogue out or trigger input available
  • Interface: CameraLink, GigE Vision
  • Power supply: 12 VDC or PoE
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 50°C or -40°C to 70°C
  • Dimensions: 58 x 62 x 72 mm (55 x 55 x 85 mm for the Bobcat 640 version)

Markets and Applications

  • Night vision
  • Hyper-spectral imaging
  • Vision systems with extended wavelength coverage
  • R&D SWIR (0.9 µm to 1.7 µm band)
  • Thermal imaging of hot objects (300°C to 800°C range) 

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Model Resolution (Megapixel) Frame rate (Hz) Lens mount Horizontal res. Vertical res. Sensor format
XENICS BOBCAT VISNIR 640-20-100-CL 0.3 100 C-mount 640 512 1"
XENICS BOBCAT VISNIR 640-20-100-GE 0.3 100 C-mount 640 512 1"
XENICS BOBCAT-320-20-100-CL 0.08 100 C-mount 320 256 1"
XENICS BOBCAT-320-20-100-GE 0.08 100 C-mount 320 256 1"
XENICS BOBCAT-320-20-400-CL 0.08 400 C-mount 320 256 1"
XENICS BOBCAT-320-20-400-GE 0.08 400 C-mount 320 256 1"
XENICS BOBCAT-640-20-100-CL 0.3 100 C-mount 640 512 1"
XENICS BOBCAT-640-20-100-GE 0.3 100 C-mount 640 512 1"
File Topics Size
Xenics Bobcat-1.7-320
Data sheets
351.1 KB
Xenics Bobcat-640-CL
Data sheets
885.8 KB
Xenics Bobcat-640-GigE
Data sheets
1.0 MB
Xenics Datasheet Document Bobcat-640 & 320 GigE&CL | 003
Manuals
550.1 KB
Xenics Datasheet Document Bobcat-640 GigE&CL | 001
Manuals
185.8 KB
Xenics IR cameras
Data sheets
332.2 KB
Xenics User Manual Bobcat640 & 320 GigE&CL | 005
Manuals
396.6 KB
Xenics Xeneth Installation Manual | 2.6 (ENG-2016-UMN006-R001)
Manuals
593.0 KB
Xenics Xeneth User Manual | 2.6 (ENG-2013-UMN004-R001)
Manuals
3.5 MB