Graphical user interface to setup, control and record images and to measure temperature.
Industrial LWIR camera with uncooled microbolometer in an IP67 housing for use in rough environments.
- LWIR camera with uncooled micro bolometer for thermal imaging
- High sensitivity and image resolution
- CameraLink or GigE Vision interface
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|Xenics Bobcat-640-CL||Data sheets||885.8 KB|
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|Xenics Gobi-640-CL||Data sheets||266.9 KB|
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The latest in Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) imaging technology from STEMMER IMAGING is helping manufacturers to perform advanced inspection, non-destructive testing or sorting tasks. Allied Vision’s Goldeye and Xenics’ Bobcat and Lynx SWIR cameras and a new range of high resolution lenses from Computar extend machine vision capabilities beyond the visible spectrum.
At this year's VISION show Xenics will introduce the newly developed Serval, a small-form-factor, maintenance-free thermal LWIR camera for industrial use based on the proven Xenics Gobi GigE series.
Xenics starts commercial production of its non-cooled, shortwave infrared line camera Lynx with GigE or CameraLink interface.